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Cockley Cley - Great War Roll of Honour
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Norfolk12
N 52° 36.348 E 000° 38.676
31U E 340504 N 5831025
Quick Description: A Marble plaque, in All Saints Church listing those from this small village that perished in the GREAT WAR .
Location: United Kingdom
Date Posted: 4/10/2008 1:53:27 PM
Waymark Code: WM3J3Q
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member BruceS
Views: 1

Long Description:
To the west of Swaffham, Cockley Cley is a pretty little village on both sides of the little River Gadder. The church sits to the west of the intriguingly named Twenty Churchwardens pub, which refers to a type of clay pipe. All Saints was once a round towered church, but on 29th August 1991 the tower collapsed. This was unfortunate, because it was pretty much the only surviving medieval work in the whole church, the Roll of honour is just inside to the left.
There is also a high decorative handwritten list of all those that served.
Date the Monument or Memorial was built or dedicated: 01/01/1920

Private or Public Monument?: Government

Name of the Private Organization or Government Entity that built this Monument: local church authority

Geographic Region where the Monument is located: Europe

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Physical Address of Monument: Not listed

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