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Description: Statue to William Dennis, in Front of Kirton Town Hall
Date Listed: 5 April 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 192109
OS Grid Reference: TF3074438458
OS Grid Coordinates: 530744, 338458
Latitude/Longitude: 52.9276, -0.0564
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TF 33 NW KIRTON STATION ROAD
9/56 Statue to William
Dennis, in front
of Kirton Town Hall
Statue to William Dennis. 1930. Sculptor P. Lindsey Clark.
Ashlar and bronze. Portland stone base with carved panels to 3
sides representing potato production, drainage and wheat growing.
On the face the inscription "William Dennis 1841-1921". The
bronze figure is seated, with crossed ankles and a walking stick.
At the rear is his hat. William Dennis made his fortune with a
huge potato empire at the turn of the century and gave Kirton its
town hall outside which the statue is located. Kirton Town Hall,
mentioned in the address, is not a listed building. Source:
Neil R. Wright.
Listing NGR: TF3074438458
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Source: English Heritage
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