2nd Lt Arthur Cecil Marden

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Church of St Mary the Virgin

Marston Magna

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Stained glass window
Materials:
  • Glass Stained Glass
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Stained-glass window in the south wall of the nave; contains representations of St Gabriel, Victory, and St Ariel; also the badge of the Royal Garrison Artillery, and a Memorial Plaque (dead man's penny). Contains the inscription: TO THE GLORY OF GOD | AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF | ARTHUR CECIL MARDEN | 2nd LIEUT. R.G.A. WHO DIED | OF WOUNDS RECEIVED | NEAR YPRES DEC. 11th 1917 | ERECTED BY HIS PARENTS | E. D. AND J. MARDEN | HE DIED THE NOBLEST | DEATH THAN MAN CAN DIE | FIGHTING FOR GOD | AND RIGHT, AND | LIBERTY AND SUCH A DEATH | IS IMMORTALITY The window is signed by A. L. and C. E. Moore, of Upper Bedford Place, London, from A. L. Moore & Son. The artists were Arthur Louis Moore and Charles Eustace Moore.
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TO THE GLORY OF GOD | AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF | ARTHUR CECIL MARDEN | 2nd LIEUT. R.G.A. WHO DIED | OF WOUNDS RECEIVED | NEAR YPRES DEC. 11th 1917 | ERECTED BY HIS PARENTS | E. D. AND J. MARDEN | HE DIED THE NOBLEST | DEATH THAN MAN CAN DIE | FIGHTING FOR GOD AND RIGHT, AND | LIBERTY AND SUCH A DEATH | IS IMMORTALITY

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