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Glynde, St. Mary the Virgin Church: WW1 & WW2 Cross Memorial

Identifier: 17118 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Cross memorial with a lantern commemorating those who died in WW1 and WW2, situated in the churchyard of St Mary the Virgin parish church, Glynde.

Kingswood Parish Memorial Wheel Cross – Poss duplicate of St Andrews (war memorial)

Identifier: 23690 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Celtic stone cross with strapwork design. Octagonal three-tier base.

Mayfield, Village Green: Five Ashes Cross Memorial

Identifier: 17283 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Cross memorial dedicated to the dead of the village in WW1 and WW2.

Brookwood Cemetery Cross Of Sacrifice

Identifier: 23766 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Standard Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cross of Sacrifice bronze sword of sacrifice on front face.

Brookwood Cemetery Canadian Cross Of Sacrifice

Identifier: 23769 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Standard Commonwealth War Graves Commission cross of sacrifice bronze sword of sacrifice on front face.

St. John the Evangelist Church, Bodle Street Green : WW1 & WW2 Cross

Identifier: 17297 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Stone Cross located in the churchyard of St. John the Evangelist Church at Bodle Street Green.

Sidcup Cemetery

Identifier: SHMEM_W_M_6222 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Seven First and 21 Second World War Commonwealth War Graves Commission burials.

Sidcup – WW1 and WW2

Identifier: 54591 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

A grey stone cenotaph with three bronze plaques on the 6 o'clock face, and a bronze plaque beneath a bronze wreath on both 9 and 3 o'clock faces. The cenotaph sits on paved area with low stone wall...

Sidcup, Merton Court Prep School Tablet WW1 and WW2

Identifier: 17968 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

Stone tablet with carved inscription

Corfe Memorial Cross

Identifier: 24929 · Author: Surrey War Memorials

A tall Celtic-style cross with carved Celtic tracery on the front and rear faces. The cross has a rectangular shaft, below which is a tapering plinth on a wide, single-stepped base.