The Beable Monument
|the Beable Monument
Mockridge Heights [47,63]
Humans and zombies alike will see the following (permanent) description when standing in front of the monument:
"You are at the Beable Monument, a metal statue of a soldier engraved with memorial dates."
This monument was commemorated in memory of Jeremy Beable, a parishioner of the nearby St. Gall's Church. Jeremy Beable was the only member of the parish who served in both World Wars, and upon his return was a popular figure within the parish, helping anyone in need, no matter what their problem.
The monument was unveiled on the 7th of July, 1963, a year to the day after Jeremy Beable was murdered on his way to St Gall's Church in Dartside.
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