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Description: Cross 400 Metres North of Ceres Lodge
Date Listed: 20 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 242262
OS Grid Reference: SK6281069878
OS Grid Coordinates: 462810, 369878
Latitude/Longitude: 53.2222, -1.0607
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PERLETHORPE THORESBY PARK
SK 66 NW
3/120 Cross 400M north of
Memorial cross. 1798. Dressed gritstone. Square base with
octagonal-sectioned cross with domed ends, cross inscribed to
south 'Fear God Honour the King ... 1798...Nile' and to north,
'Love one Another'. Base inscribed to south, 'Deedes Not
Wordes/God Save the Queen/Victorian Jubilee July 20 1897'. The
other sides are inscribed 'Swear not at all','Thou shalt not
covet' and 'Drink the ruin of millions'. Originally part of a
group of memorials to the Battle of the Nile, erected by the
owner of the Thoresby Estate, who was a naval officer.
Listing NGR: SK6281069878
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Source: English Heritage
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