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This website is dedicated to the men from Morland and the surrounding area who lost their lives in the service of their Country
There are sixteen names on the memorial of those who lost their lives during WW1 and one name from the Boer war

If you have any information about the men and women from Morland and the surrounding villages who took part in WW1 that you would like to share please contact Jean Scott or Dean Langhorn.


The Memorial can be found in the graveyard of St. Lawrence Church, Morland at the top of of the village just before the entrance to the church. (NY598236). It is in the form of a tall Celtic cross made from red sandstone on a red sandstone square plinth, with a four stepped base. 
There are sixteen names on the memorial for the 1914-1918 war.
 
The memorial was unveiled on Sunday 24th October 1920 by The Dean of Carlisle
Inside the Church on the north wall is a handsome framed mural tablet in bronze dedicated to the fallen with the names of the men of the village who died during the First World War.


The inscription on the memorial states: