The Sherburn Hill War Memorial was unveiled on the 21st October 1921 by Major Dorman. It is an Obelisk on a square base and granite step, is 12 feet high with four further stone steps. Heroes from both The Great War and World War II are listed with the latter added on a pink marble slab.
This is a multi-cache and can be found by working out the coordinates from the clues below. The actual cache can be found a short walk away at N 54° 46.ABC W 001° 28.DEF
The front faces the road, note that some online sites do not list the sides correctly.
A =Number of heroes whose surname starts with an A who gave their lives in The Great War
B =Number of letters of the ninth word of the inscription on the front of the memorial (second plaque)
C =Number of heroes with middle name initials on the right side divide by two
D =On the front of the memorial reading from the very top what is the second digit you can see
E =Number of letters of the twelfth word of the inscription on the front of the memorial (second plaque)
F =From the inscription at the very bottom the word "are" is the xth word
Checksum for numbers is 32
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