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Eleanor Crosses:

see Eleanor of CastileEleanor of Castile
, d.1290, queen consort of Edward I of England and daughter of Ferdinand III of Castile. At her marriage (1254) she brought to Prince Edward the territories of Ponthieu and Montreuil and claims to Gascony.
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Right: Fading statues on Eleanor Cross war memorial
One of the memorials being restored with the help of the WMT is the site of that rusty collection box: the Eleanor Cross in the Yorkshire village of Sledmere - seen far right.
It would be awful to see the Eleanor Cross fall into disrepair.
Sledmere's Eleanor Cross was built in the 1890s and is a copy of 12 erected in the late 13th century in honour of King Edward I's first wife, Eleanor of Castile.
Built in 1865, the hotel can lay claim to being the most central hotel in the capital - the Eleanor Cross, just outside the hotel, is regarded as the official centre of London.
Joining Anna will be guitarist James Dewdney and Eleanor Cross on double bass.
In one, Eleanor Cross, a medical geographer at the Naval Medical Research Institute in Bethesda, Md.
DEDICATED One of the memorials being restored with the help of the WMT is the site of that rusty collection box: the Eleanor Cross in the Yorkshire village of Sledmere - seen far right.
It was a good day for Bootle with Charlie Whittaker, Eleanor Cross, Emilia Hunt and Laura Evans getting podium finishes with Connor O'Boyle and Izobel Roberts amongst a plethora of Everton successes.
It is in the form of an Eleanor Cross which echoes the 13th century memorials to Queen-Consort Eleanor.