Lieutenant Lancelot Machell

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Reference WMO259509

Address:

Beverley Minster

Minster Yard North

Beverley

HU17 0DP

England

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Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Conflicts:
  • Revolutionary/Napoleonic (1792-1815)
About the memorial: A memorial plaque in Beverley Minster.
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To the Memory of LANCELOT MACHELL, Lieut. in the Royal Engineers, the third son of CHRISTOPHER and ANN MACHELL He was killed in the Trenches at St. SEBASTIAN in SPAIN, after the unfuccefsful attack upon that place, on the 25th. of July 1813, in the 21st Year of his Age. efteemed and respected in his public and private Character. The three Officers of the Engineers employed to conduct the different parts of the columns of attack behaved admirably, but fuffered feverely. Capt Lewis loft his leg, Lieut. Jones was wounded and taken, and Lieut Machell, on his return was killed in the Trenches Lieut. General St. T. Graham's Report 26th July..

Lieutenant Lancelot Machell

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