Lt Henry Richmund Inigo Jones

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Reference WMO233144

Address:

Church of St Nicholas

Kelston, Somerset

England

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Status: Unknown
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Brass tablet for the Inigo Jones family, inscribed: IN MEMORY OF | MAJOR GENERAL RICHMUND INIGO JONES, C.B., C.V.O., OF KELSTON | PARK, COMMANDED 2ND BATT. SCOTS GUARDS 1896-1900, COMMANDED | GUARDS BRIGADE, SOUTH AFRICAN WAR, 1900-1902, COMMANDED SCOTS | GUARDS 1903-1905, G.O.C. SINGAPORE 1905-1906, BORN 23. SEPT. 1848. | DIED 20 JULY 1914. ALSO OF HIS SECOND WIFE ELINOR MARGARET, ELDEST DAUGHTER OF | LT. COL. THE HON RICHARD BUTLER CHARTERIS, SCOTS GUARDS AND | LADY MARGARET CHARTERIS, BORN 1 SEPT. 1859, DIED 31. OCT. 1940. ALSO OF THEIR ONLY SON LIEUT. HENRY RICHMUND INIGO JONES, | SCOTS GUARDS, BORN 17. DEC. 1891, KILLED IN ACTION AT THE | BATTLE OF THE AISNE, FRANCE, 14. SEPT. 1914.
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IN MEMORY OF | MAJOR GENERAL RICHMUND INIGO JONES, C.B., C.V.O., OF KELSTON | PARK, COMMANDED 2ND BATT. SCOTS GUARDS 1896-1900, COMMANDED | GUARDS BRIGADE, SOUTH AFRICAN WAR, 1900-1902, COMMANDED SCOTS | GUARDS 1903-1905, G.O.C. SINGAPORE 1905-1906, BORN 23. SEPT. 1848. | DIED 20 JULY 1914. | ALSO OF HIS SECOND WIFE ELINOR MARGARET, ELDEST DAUGHTER OF | LT. COL. THE HON RICHARD BUTLER CHARTERIS, SCOTS GUARDS AND | LADY MARGARET CHARTERIS, BORN 1 SEPT. 1859, DIED 31. OCT. 1940. | ALSO OF THEIR ONLY SON LIEUT. HENRY RICHMUND INIGO JONES, | SCOTS GUARDS, BORN 17. DEC. 1891, KILLED IN ACTION AT THE | BATTLE OF THE AISNE, FRANCE, 14. SEPT. 1914.

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