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THE WARE WAR MEMORIAL
On Sunday 31 January 1921, the Ware War Memorial was unveiled to a large crowd of people in the center of Ware.
In total 650 men from the town of ware went off to fight in the war, but 220 of them didn't come back.
It's said that every family lost a son, brother, father, husband or friend.
The memorial says the names of 2012 men who fought bravely for their country and died.The other 8 families decided not to have the names of their loved ones put up, as they didn't want to be reminded of the sacrifice.
Sir Reginald Blomfeild designed the memorial . It's made out or Portland Stone and has the cross of sacrifice at the head of it. The men's names are then engraved in them.
St. PETER'S CHURCH WAR MEMORIAL
Tewin Memorial commemorates the residents of tewin who were killed or missing.Under World War One they have 31 names on the list.
It is a combined memorial, so the names are made up of both victims from the First and Second World Wars. There are 38 names on the list altogether.
The memorial is made of stone, and sealed with wooden crosses and wreathes with poppies bu local school.
HATFIELD HEATH WAR MEMORIAL
This war memorial is a Portland stone wheel cross on a trapezium shaped base with sloping faces. There is a circle of stone in the middle of the cross.
The names of the heroes who died are carved on the plinth which is a piece of square stone which is held up by the base.
On one side of the base is a laurel wreath with a crown in the centre . The memorial is on square slabs of stone with a metal chain fence around it.
On the front of the plinth is the dedication :
" In memory of our men who fell in the Great War 1914-1919 "
" Memorials in Hertfordshire "
"La carte d'identité des monuments du Hertfordshire "
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Armistice Day Service at The War Memorial,
Hatfield Heath on Monday 11 november 2013