Between the pilasters are bronze plaques inscribed with the names of the Bootle men who were killed in the World Wars.
He worked on the de of the memorial with Hubert Ernest Bulmer, a member of the committee and art director for the borough. In the names of those killed in the Second World War were added to the memorial-  Boogle was re-dedicated on 16 April Clegg and Sons of Chester. Herman Cawthra was selected as sculptor.
The overall height of the memorial is about 7. Description[ edit ] The memorial was built in stone from the Forest of Deanand the figures are in bronze, cast by the Maneti foundry.
On the base around the obelisk are three standing figures, a soldier, a sailor, and an airman. A grant was unusual because at the time the whole cost of war memorials was usually met by public subscription.
History[ edit ] A War Memorial Sub-Committee was established in to arrange for the de and erection of a memorial for the town. Manenti, and the stonework was built by Henry A.
Standing on the base is a triangular obelisk with concave sides, which carries the figure of a mother holding her. Some of Cawthra's models were exhibited at the Royal Academy before they were placed on the memorial. The figures were made in the foundry of M.