War Memorial tablet, Hot Lane, Cobridge

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Date:1970 - 1980 (c.)

Description:This memorial tablet is built into the corner of what was previously The Dog and Partridge public house at the southern end of Hot Lane, Cobridge. The inscription reads:
In the memory and honour of the men from Hot Lane and Elder Road who fell in The Great War 1914 -1919.
R. Rowley
W. Brookes
J. Sutton
J. Hyde
T. Harding
E. Mahon
J. Mahon
P. Roberts
S. Hulson
J. Kerrigan
A. Wardles
J. Artaud
S. Bamford
I. Stevenson
H. Hulme
J. Barker
T. Lewis
F. Lovatt
E. Boulton
P. Boulton
J. Boulton
E. Millward
J. Standeven
T. Hancock
W. Turner
H. Tudor
J. Wellings
D. Lightfoot
J. T. Lightfoot
S. Ford
F. Gavenor
T. Yates
R. Foster
W. Vaughan
J. Plant
W. Donally

Whose self sacrifice has left behind unfading memories.
Subscribed by neighbours and friends. This tablet was unveiled by Dr. Good.

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Donor ref:(5/11620)

Source: The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

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