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Haron Baronian
Haron Baronian
Haron Baronian
Haron Baronian
Haron Baronian
Haron Baronian
Haron Baronian
Haron Baronian
Haron Baronian
Haron Baronian

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The life-sized bronze figure of the First World War soldier was commissioned by members of the Baronian family in memory of their son who was killed in battle. The family commissioned William Hamo Thornycroft to carry out the work. The statue was originally situated in the garden of Brae Cottage until the family left the cottage in the early 1930s. The statue was then moved to a temporary site in a small garden at Booth Hall on the edge of Booth Park near Chelford Road.






H 180 x W (?) x D (?) cm

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Acquisition method

commissioned by the Baronian family

Work type

War memorial


Cheshire East Council


Cheshire East Council

Work status


Unveiling date


Inscription description

on the front of the pedestal: PRO PATRIA 1914–1918 1939–1945


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Located at

Toft Road, Knutsford

WA16 0PG

Sited in front of Knutsford Library.