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Municipal Building

The Promenade


GL50 9SA


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Serviceman/woman sculpture
  • Metal Bronze
Lettering: Leaded
  • Boer War, Second (1899-1902)
About the memorial: Bronze figure of a Boer War soldier with arms reversed set atop a white stone plinth. Inscription on front face of those who died, side faces for those who served. Set in formal garden.
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South Africa 1899 - 1902. This memorial is erected in memory of those Cheltenham men who, either as Regulars, or Volunteers, died in their country's service during the South African War and on the side panels hereof are recorded the names of those Cheltenham men who volunteered and served in the War. Unveiled by Lt. Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton K.C.B. 17th July 1907. W Nash Skillicorne, Mayor. L. Boulton & Sons, Cheltm. 1907

William Aldworth D.S.O., C Aston, J Averies, H G Baggs, E Baldwin, J Barrow, J Bond, T Bradley, R G Brooke, H T Brookes, W Browning, W Butler, J Calderwood, Ian Alastair Campbell, A G Clapham, Welman Collins, A Cooper, George Edward Courtenay, W E Cullis, R J C Daubeney, T H Davis, W Davis, W Dee, John Tracton Dennis, William Henry Dick-Cunyngham V.C., T C Dodwell, Percy James Vaughan Drew, W Drew, Edward Boaz Eagar, G H Evans, H A Eves, Gilbert Charles Dalrymple Fergusson, W Granville, B Gray, J Gurney, Baillie Guthrie, W Harris, F E Hewer, C H Hooper, T S Jenkins, F Kidman, A King, Eustace Chaloner Knox, Arthur Charles Septimus Knox-Fletcher, T Maisey, F C Martin, Robert Evelyn Meyricke, W Miles, Thomas Morris, W R Mott, C Naish, Arthur Cormack Neave, A Pearce, A J Pigeon, C Powell, T Regan, Reid, Eden Currie Showers, E A Sole, W C Stone, A Tayleur, Stanley Reay Theobald, H J Waite, C White, W W Wilcox.

Grade II (England)


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