Photograph above is of the restored stocks in Poulton le Fylde. These were formerly under the lych gate (since removed) of

St. Chad's church.

Poulton le Fylde

with St. Chad's Church


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© St. Chad's Church, Poulton-le-Fylde


There are a number of war graves in this cemetery plus an additional military casualty who is remembered. There are two graves listed that I couldn't find despite looking very thoroughly.

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Photograph above depicts the Skull and Crossed Bones on the grave of Edward and Ellen Sherdely next to the apse of St. Chad's church (nick-named the 'Pirate's Grave' but having no connection with pirates at all).

Photograph above is of the Apse of St. Chad's church, constructed in 1868.

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