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The Threapwood War Memorial commemorates those local people who died in World War 1.
Threapwood is a village in Cheshire, England and sits on the border with Wales. Until Victorian times the village was partly in Cheshire, England and partly in Flintshire, Wales. But in 1896, the county and national boundary, which passed through the village, was adjusted slightly in favour of Cheshire.
The memorial takes the form of a Marble obelisk.
THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED BY
THE PARISHIONERS AND FRIENDS
IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF
THE MEN FROM THREAPWOOD
WHO HAVING RESPONDED
TO THEIR COUNTRY'S CALL
FELL IN THE GREAT WAR
1914 - 1918
- Threapwood War Memorial at the Clwyd FHS website
- Threapwood War Memorial
- Commonwealth War Graves Commission
- British Army WWI Service Records, 1914-1920
- England and Wales Census, 1901 &England and Wales Census, 1911.
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