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 Tributes and Memorials to George Moore

After George Moore's tragic death in 1876, caused by him being struck by a runaway horse in Carlisle, there were, in addition to The George Moore Memorial Hall built in 1879 in Mealsgate, the hamlet where he was born in 1806, numerous other tributes and memorials to him. These include the following:

1. A Local Tribute involving the establishment of educational scholarships and exhibitions in Cumbria

2. A Marble Tablet erected in Carlisle Cathedral

3.  Bells placed in the church at Silloth

4.  A new window placed in the church in Wigton

5.  Marble busts of George Moore were placed in The George Moore Memorial Hall and in the Mausoleum of the Old All Hallows Church

6.  A Life Boat was provided and stationed at Porthdinllaen on the North side of the Lleyn Peninsula in Gwynedd, North Wales.

7.  A Plaque was placed on the wall in AllHallows New Church commemmorating George Moore's part in the relief of Paris

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