In the grounds of St Werburgh's Church, Warburton, Cheshire.
A marble cross. It records the name, rank and regiment of the men of Warburton who fell in the first and second world wars. The metal letters on mottled marble are not easy to read.
Cpl Sam BRETT, Roy'l Flying Squadron
Cap't J EGERTON-WARBURTON, Scots Guards
Pte Thomas HAMPSON, 1st Cheshire Regt
Pte Ernest OAKES, 13th Cheshire Regt
Pte Charles Wm PHILLIPS, 10th Glocester Regt
Pte James PRENDERGAST, 7th Manchester Regt
Pte Harry SUMNER, Royal Irish Rifles
Pte Fred Leigh WARBURTON, 22nd Cheshire Regt
Pte Joseph WARHAM, 6th Cheshire Regt
Sig'n Raymond W LEATHER, Royal Signals
Private Edward ROUSE, Pioneer Corps
They whom this Cross commemorates were among
those who in the Great War of 1914 - 1919 endured
hardness faced danger and passed out of the sight
of men by the path of duty and self sacrifice.
"Their name liveth for evermore" Ecclesiasticus c44 v14