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- Rock/Rough Stone Rock/Rough Stone
About the memorial:
A rock with a bronze plaque on its top showing ship badge and dedication in raised lettering.
"There had been three previous Glorys, the first, a ship of the line of 1933 tons and 98 guns which took part in the "Glorious 1st of June 1794" battle during which she had 52 killed. Next came a fifth rate of 1153 tons and 38 guns; she took part in the capture of Martinique and Guadeloupe. The third was a battleship with four 12" and twelve 6" guns which took part in Gallipoli and Dardenelles in support of the Anzac Division" HMS Glory Website.
There is also a tree "John's Tree" with a blue, oval plaque dedicated to HMS Glory.