Saturday, 28 December 2013


This has been in Uxbridge as long as I can remember. Probable since before I was born, but I never knew what it was, so I went and had a look.

On the front it says: Erected in honour and in memory of all those men and women of Uxbridge who served or fell in the great war 1914 - 1918 an expression of gratitude from their fellow townsmen.

On the left side it says: In memoriam 1939 - 1945.

On the back it says: Sons of this place let this of you be said. That you who live are worthy of your dead. They gave their lives that you in peace may reap a richer harvest ere you fall asleep.

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