There are no longer any crosses in Malvern Priory.
Until recently there were 11 crosses outside at the East End of the Priory. The remaining bases are in the photographs
All bar one of the crosses disintegrated with time and a decision was taken by the Priory to save the last one, that belonging to 2nd Lieut Richard Hartland Woods. (Photo 2 shows the base of this cross in detail) That cross was sent to a museum. The guide I spoke to said it was sent to Woolwich / Royal Artillery Museum*. He did not know when.
In the place of the missing crosses there is a plaque on the Priory Wall over the remaining bases.
Temporary wooden crosses from the First World War graves of these soldiers stood here for many years from 1922
Everard Ferguson Calthrop
Richard Hartland Woods
Ernest Henry Huntington
Humphry Nisbet Swann
John Lancelot Walmsley Stock
James Mulock Thompson Stock
Charles Gilbert Andree Wylde
Frank Bailey Perkins
Stanley Colt Faber
John Arden Acworth
Douglas Harry Acworth
We will remember them
Survey and Photographs courtesy of Lindsay Whitehurst
Date of survey: 16/08/2016
*The cross at Woolwich does not match this. The marker is here.