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All Saints - Bertie Wright Robinson Plaque

Conflict Commemorated:South African War

Address:All Saints Church

Parish:Belton-in-Axholme

Type of Memorial:Board/Plaque/Tablet

Manufacturer:J. Wuppel & Company, Exeter & London

Materials Used:Brass

Description:A brass plaque, mounted on the wall of the north aisle. The plaque features an engraved single-line border, coloured black, with the top line broken by a red-coloured engraving of a Templar cross. Dimensions: 383mm x 507mm x 5mm

Inscription:ERECTED BY SUBSCRIPTION TO THE MEMORY OF CORPORAL BERTIE WRIGHT ROBINSON OF THE KING'S OWN YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY WHO DIED AT ELANDSFONTEIN MAY 24TH, 1901 DURING THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR AGED 24 YEARS

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Last updated: 13 Dec 2016

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