Lostwithiel War Memorial & Garden of Remembrance

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4 Responses to Lostwithiel War Memorial & Garden of Remembrance

  1. Arthur Warren Nicholls says:

    The pictures of the war memorial and in the Garden of Rememberance were made by my Grandfather Joseph Nicholls, J Nicholls and son. He was paid by Lostwithiel Council £175, to bye the granite from a qarry on Bodmin Moor, except for the top section, which came from he qurry at Luxilyan, and a second £175 when it war compleatedin 1921, By father added the wwii block in 1946. I have kept them in good order for the post 30 years.

  2. Magicfingers says:

    And you’ve done a fine job Arthur, if I may say so. As did your father. Your comments add a nice piece of history to my photographs. Thank you.

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