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St. Swithin - F. G. Mountain Plaque

Conflict Commemorated:South African War

Address:St. Swithin's Church

Parish:Bicker

Locality:St. Swithin's Church

Type of Memorial:Board/Plaque/Tablet

Commisioned By:Family

Materials Used:Brass

Description:A brass plaque mounted on the southern wall of the nave. The plaque features a two-line black border which contains a decorative pattern. To the corners are floral designs, incorporating the rivets which affix the plaque to the church's wall. The inscription is in black and red lettering. Dimensions: 760mm x 360mm.

Inscription:IN LOVING MEMORY OF FARNDON GROOM MOUNTAIN CORPORAL IN THE 72ND COMPANY IMPERIAL YEOMANRY (ROUGH RIDERS) AND FOR MANY YEARS A CHORISTER OF THIS CHURCH WHO DIED AT PRETORIA IN THE SERVICE OF HIS COUNTRY DURING THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR 18TH DECEMBER 1900 AGED 19

Surveyor/ Supplier of Information:M.P.

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Last updated: 13 Dec 2016

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