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The plaque below reads--


"NORTHAMPTON'S TOWN AND COUNTY WAR MEMORIAL TO THE FALLEN OF THE 
GREAT WAR (1914-19) WAS DESIGNED BY THE FAMOUS ARCHITECT SIR EDWIN
LUTYENS, WHO ALSO DESIGNED THE CENOTAPH IN WHITEHALL. IT WAS
UNVEILED BY GENERAL LORD HORNE ON 11TH NOVEMBER 1926, THE EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ARMISTICE ALSO COMMEMORATED ARE THE 
DEAD OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR (A939 - 45).

PLACED BY NORTHAMPTON BOROUGH COUNCIL - 1988."


      




NORTHAMPTON


Billings Rd. Cemetery











Towcester Rd. Cemetery.
(Military Section)
Northampton.









Towcester Road Cemetery in Northampton contains 116 First World War burials and 17 from the Second World War, most of which form a combined war graves plot to the left of the chapel. The cemetery also contains five non-war service burials and three Czech war graves.

Extract from "Traces of War" website.
Towcester Rd. Cemetery. Northampton.

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