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About the memorial:
The memorial can be found in the South Aisle just outside the Lady Chapel.
It's a memorial to William Norford who is the father of Lieutenant James and Captain Henry, both named on the memorial.
It talks about William then goes on to say
Of his Children by his second wife consisting of 7 Sons and 3 Daughters
Thomas,M.D. the eldest, James, Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, and Henry, Captain in his Majesty's seventy-sixth Regiment. Were prematurely cut off at the ages of 27,29 and 26. But not before they had given the most flattering promise of eminence in their Respective Professions.
To Henry, who was killed, after having greatly signalized himself in an Action with Holkar, at Deeg in the East Indies; and whose death deprived his widowed mother of that consolation and support which she enjoyed from his filial attentions. His brother officers paid a very honourable tribute of their respect for his Gallantry as a Soldier, and his amiable qualities as a Man. By subscribing for a monument to his memory, near the spot on which he fell.
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