Pencoys with Carnmenellis (Four Lanes) War Memorial & St. Andrews Church

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Interesting to see this inscription remembering the men of the United States Army who were billeted around here in 1944.

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One killed so far from home, one so near, and yet so far.  So sad.

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4 Responses to Pencoys with Carnmenellis (Four Lanes) War Memorial & St. Andrews Church

  1. Susan says:

    Again, some great photos. The one for the 7-year-old evacuee especially sad and the one of the crosses with the poppies worn off so poignant. Thanks for sharing.

    • Magicfingers says:

      Tell me about it. Terribly sad.

      You are too kind, Susan! Unfortunately, and ironically, I may have subsequently let you down. I’m not so sure that the post I have just uploaded (Desplanque Farm Cemetery) will come up to your high expectations photography-wise. Mind you, it does have atmosphere, I think you’ll find.

      • Susan says:

        LOL! I have no expectations at all – how could you let me down? There is no other way for me to see these wonderful places – you could post Polaroids and I’d enjoy them. The fact that you do take such care is just a bonus.

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