Capt Christopher Neeld Jones

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Reference WMO233146

Address:

Church of St Nicholas

Kelston

England

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Type: Non freestanding
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Conflicts:
  • Egypt and the Sudan (1882-1899)
About the memorial: White marble tablet inscribed: SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF AGNES ANNE JONES, THIRD DAUGHTER OF THE LATE LIEUT. COL. INIGO JONES, OF KELSTON, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE AFTER MANY YEARS OF PATIENT SUFFERING ON MARCH 7TH 1882, AT CANNES, AGED 29. 'CHOSEN OF GOD AND PRECIOUS.' 1ST PETER II.4 ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF CHRISTOPHER NEELD JONES, CAPTAIN IN H.M. CONNAUGHT RANGERS, (94TH REGIMENT;) SECOND SON OF THE LATE LIEUT. COL. INIGO JONES, OF KELSTON, WHO HAVING VOLUNTEERED INTO THE ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT, WAS KILLED AT THE BATTLE OF TEL-EL-KEBIR, IN EGYPT, ON SEPTEMBER 13TH 1882; AGED 31. 'HIS BANNER OVER ME WAS LOVE.' CANT. II.4.
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SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | AGNES ANNE JONES, THIRD DAUGHTER OF | THE LATE LIEUT. COL. INIGO JONES, OF KELSTON, | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | AFTER MANY YEARS OF PATIENT SUFFERING | ON MARCH 7TH 1882, AT CANNES, AGED 29. | 'CHOSEN OF GOD AND PRECIOUS.' 1ST PETER II.4 | ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF | CHRISTOPHER NEELD JONES, CAPTAIN IN H.M. | CONNAUGHT RANGERS, (94TH REGIMENT;) | SECOND SON OF THE LATE LIEUT. COL. INIGO JONES, | OF KELSTON, WHO HAVING VOLUNTEERED INTO THE | ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT, WAS KILLED | AT THE BATTLE OF TEL-EL-KEBIR, IN EGYPT, | ON SEPTEMBER 13TH 1882; AGED 31. | 'HIS BANNER OVER ME WAS LOVE.' CANT. II.4.

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