Crimean War Memorial

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Reference WMO236766

Address:

St Peter's Church

Leeds

England

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Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Other church fitting
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • Crimean War (1853-1856)
About the memorial: Church fitting
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In memory of Lieutenant James MARSHALL, 68th Regiment Light Infantry The non-Commissioned Officers and Privates, natives of Leeds who died for their county in the Crimean War from 1854 to 1856.

Pte. James CREENWELL, Pte 3443 George LANGWORTHY, Pte 3654 Thomas LEVITT, Pte 2774 Joseph MERRITT, Pte 2714 Thomas PARKER, Pte 2153 Charles PEAT, Pte 3268 Thomas PRATT, Pte 1724 John RILEY, Pte 3548 John SIMMONS, George SWALES, Either Pte 2084 or 2466 Joseph SMITH, Pte 2808 Charles FOLLEY, Pte 1818 Charles WARD, Pte 3281 Isaac WALTON. 86th Regiment. Sergeant James MATTHEWMAN. Killed in trenches 17th October 95th Regiment. Private ?062, James PICKLES. Clasps for Alma and Inkerman 97th Regiment. Privates, Robert TURTON, killed in the trenches 16th December 1855 and Alfred ELSWORTH Sapper and Miners. Private 1214, John HEATON. Royal Engineers. Supposed to be dead Land Transport Service. George VAREY 5th Dragoon Guards. Private 1900, John TURNBULL. Died 10th October 1854 VIIIth Hussars. Sergeant, John MACAULEY. 13th Light Dragoons. Private 1045, John MURPHY. Scots Fusilier Guards. Private 5407 John SMITH. 7th Royal Fusiliers. Corporal 2511, William HARGREAVES. The remaining names have been covered from view by a display board.

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