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Christ Church, Great Lumley (Great Lumley)

A church described as "A small unpretentious, well maintained Victorian (1861) church by M Thompson, with a Catholic tradition, situated in the centre of the village" (1).

The church is known to contain a First World War Roll of Honour memorial as well as the Lych Gate memorial in the churchyard. The churchyard also contains a WW2 comemmoration stone dedicated to Pte. Thomas Brown, 8th Bn. D.L.I., killed in action at Dauses, 1940. (3-4).

Reference number:D8102
Historical period: Post Medieval (1540 to 1901)
First World War (1914 to 1918)

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Source of Reference
Local History of Great Lumley

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