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PostSubject: Memorial and Grave Locations (Photos Needed)   Thu Sep 04, 2014 9:55 pm

Pte C Pugh
Address
Newcastle-under-Lyme Cemetery
Lymewood Grove
Newcastle
STAFFORDSHIRE
England
ST5 2EH
Inscription
DUTY NOBLY DONE/ Pte CHARLES PUGH/ ZULU WAR 1879/ 1st KINGS DRAGOON GUARDS
Components
Component Material(s) Height Width Depth Condition
GRAVESTONE Stone Good
Physical Description
Additional inscription added to the Pugh family gravestone. Above the inscription two regimental badges are engraved.
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The Hon E V W Edgell
Address
Parish church of St Nicholas
Rectory Lane
Stanford-on-Avon
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
England
LE17 5LU
Type: Pillar/Column
Denomination: Church of England
Other Location Details: In the north aisle
Inscription
IN PATRI DESIDERATISSIMO/ EDMONDO VERNEY/ EDGELL WYATT EDGELL ET HENRIETAE BARONISSAE BRAYE/ FILIO NATU MAXIMO/ LITERARUM STUDIIS PRAECLARO/ NECNON ET TURMAE CAPITI VICTRICIS/ IN PRAELIO ULUNDENSI/ MORE PRO PATRIA PRAECLAR/ FRATER UNICE SUPERSTES/ ALUREDUS BARO BRAYE/ POSUIT
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Component Material(s) Height Width Depth Condition
COLUMN MARBLE Good
Base MARBLE Good
Physical Description
Marble column incorporating an inset sculpted portrait, on a marble base with dedicatory inscription. Standing on a 3 stepped base Zulu Wars (1879)
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VERNON FAMILY WINDOW
Address
PARISH CHURCH
WIGMORE
HEREFORD AND WORCESTER
England
Type: Window
Denomination: Church of England
Inscription
LT REGINALD WILLIAM VERNON/ DIED IN SOUTH AFRICA/ FEB 30TH 1879 (INCOMPLETE)
Components
Component Material(s) Height Width Depth Condition
Window GLASS Good
Physical Description
THREE LIGHT WINDOW, SUBJECTS NOT CLEAR
Wars Commemorated & People Remembered
War Zulu Wars (1879)
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PostSubject: Re: Memorial and Grave Locations (Photos Needed)   Thu Sep 04, 2014 10:15 pm

LH,

The Prince Imperial's statue outside Old College Sandhurst:

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PostSubject: Memorial & Graves    Thu Sep 04, 2014 11:14 pm

If anyone has a copy of ' But Burdens Shouldered ' by Tim Day , there is a photograph of Frederick Nicholson's memorial at Kensington on Page 31 .

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PostSubject: Re: Memorial and Grave Locations (Photos Needed)   Thu Sep 04, 2014 11:32 pm

yeah i do mate, give me a bit to find it.
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PostSubject: Re: Memorial and Grave Locations (Photos Needed)   Thu Sep 04, 2014 11:38 pm

Prince Imperial's Memorial in its original location at Woolwich.

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PostSubject: Memorials and Graves Locations    Fri Sep 05, 2014 2:10 am

Hi xHosa
Excellent work that man and quick , quicklier ( zulu dawn lol ) , well done Les
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PostSubject: Re: Memorial and Grave Locations (Photos Needed)   Fri Sep 05, 2014 11:08 am

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PostSubject: Re: Memorial and Grave Locations (Photos Needed)   Fri Sep 05, 2014 4:09 pm


Littlehand,

A few of the memorials are on the forum:


Franklin window, Wigmore

http://www.1879zuluwar.com/search?search_keywords=Franklin&typerecherche=interne&show_results=topics


Pardoe tablet, Highcliffe

http://www.1879zuluwar.com/t668-lt-g-pardoe-1st-btn-13th-somerset-light-infantry?highlight=Pardoe


Hicken window, Hanley

http://www.1879zuluwar.com/t2174-pte-w-hickin-1st-btn-24th-regiment?highlight=Hickin


I'll ask Admin to post my photos of the Nicolson mural in London, Durnford window in Rochester & Evelyn plaque in Wotton.


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