James, Frederick, William and Henry Worsley

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Reference WMO/179115


St. Olave's Church


PO30 3EJ


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
  • Revolutionary/Napoleonic (1792-1815)
About the memorial: A white marble tablet on the nave wall
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TO THE MEMORY/ OF/ The Revd JAMES WORSLEY M.A./ Rector of Gatcombe/ who died Octr 3rd 1798, Aged 49/ OF/ ANNE, his wife/ who died Octr 27th 1824, Aged 75/ AND OF/ Seven of their Children/ MARY, died Augt 31st 1790/ HARRIET, died Augt 8th 1797/ ANNE, Wife of Capt Henry Hill, R.N./ died Sepr 23rd 1805/ JAMES, Capt : Royal Artillery, died of Fever/ at Jamaica, May 5th 1806/ FREDERICK, Lieut, R.N. of H.M. Ship/ Undaunted, died of wounds received/ in a gallant attack on the Enemy,/ in the bay of Marseilles, March 24th 1813/ WILLIAM, Lieut, R.N. died of Fever/ off the Malabar Coast, April 6th 1813/ HENRY, Brevet Lieut-Col, C.B. H.M. 34th Regt./ after a course of arduous service/ particularly at Walcheren & in the Peninsular War/ for his gallant conduct in which he was/ rewarded by his Sovereign with many medals/ died of Consumption, May 13th 1820./ The Revd James Worsley M.A. was the second son of/ Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcombe House by Dame Elizabeth/ daughter of Sir John Miller, Bart, and Grand-daughter of/ Sir William Meux of Kingston, Bart, and Great Grand-daughter/ of Sir John Meux, Bart, by Dame Elizabeth, daughter of/ Sir Richard Worsley, Bart./ Sir Edward Worsley was descended from John Worsley, a/ younger Branch of the Appuldurcombe family, and Brother/ of Sir Richard Worsley, created a Baronet, June 11th 1511/ Erected by/ Their affectionate Daughter, and Sister,/ ELIZABETH DIXON 1836

James Worsley, Frederick Worsley, William Worsley, Henry Worsley

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