This memorial is a Cenotaph constructed of York and Portland Stone. It was unveiled July 24th 1922 by Maj.Gen. Sir R.A. Kerr Montgomery, KCMG., CB., DSO, and dedicated by Rev. R.E. Holmes, Vicar of Christ Church, North Shields.
There are two other identical monuments, one in South Shields and the other in Normanby. Each monument carries the names from all three locations
This is a multi-cache and can be found a short walk away at N 55 00.ABC W 001 27.DEF by working out the coordinates from the clues below.
As the cenotaph is very weathered the names can be taken from the stones in front and behind the memorial.
A = Number of letters of the first hero listed beginning with A minus the 4th number of the stone above.
B = Number of heroes with the surname beginning with F
C = Number of letters in the surname of the hero with the surname beginning with K
Now go to the stones on the opposite side
D = Number of letters of the surname of the last hero listed on the first stone (M)
E = Above the names is an inscription, add the first and last number listed together
F = Number of letters in the surname of the last hero listed
Checksum for numbers is 24
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