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Reginald Bertram Talbot Cliff

Conflict Commemorated:WW1

Address:St Andrew


Type of Memorial:Board/Plaque/Tablet

Commisioned By:Mary Randolph Cliff

Materials Used:Brass

Description:On the south wall near the chancel arch is a brass plaque 700 x 435 on a wooden base 770 x 490. The brass palque is framed with a decorative leaf design, with a stylised rose at each corner. Military insignia are in the top left and right protions of the plaque.

Inscription:In loving memory of Reginald Bertram Talbot Cliff/ Captain in the Royal Field Artillery (T)/ who gave his life for King and Country/ on September 23rd 1915/ at the Battle of Ypres/ Aged 33/ Until the day breaks and the shadows flee away. Song II. 17

Notes:Mary Randolph Cliff (nee Nicholson) married again and became Mary Randolph Reeve. Her grave with a memorial inscription for Captain RBT Cliff is in the churchyard.

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Last updated: 13 Dec 2016

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