Lt F E Cadge And Capt W Cadge

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Reference WMO259775

Address:

Holy Trinity Church

Market Place

Loddon

NR14 6EY

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Elaborate tablet with concave oval bas-relief in white, depicting a double head and shoulders portrait of the two brothers. Above the portraits in high relief are three badges, Left: Essex Regiment, Centre: Unidentified badge with Latin inscription NEC TEMERER NEC TIMIDE, Right: Royal Norfolk Regiment 9th Service Battalion.
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TO THE GLORY OF GOD / AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF / (Left column) LIEUT: FRANCIS EDWARD CADGE, / 4TH SON OF EDWARD & CAROLINE E. CADGE, / BORN 7TH FEBRUARY 1893, AT LODDON. / EDUCATED HAILEYBURY, & / ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE, / CAMBERLEY. / GAZETTED TO 1ST BATT: ESSEX REGT. 1912. / INDIA 1912, MAURITIUS 1913 - 1914. / RETURNED TO ENGLAND / DECEMBER 1914. / KILLED IN ACTION ON LANDING OF / 29TH DIVISION ON GALLIPOLI / 30TH APRIL 1915. / BURIED AT KRITHIA // (Right column) CAPTAIN WILLIAM CADGE, / 2ND SON OF EDWARD & CAROLINE E. CADGE, / BORN 14TH MARCH 1889, AT LODDON / EDUCATED HAILEYBURY COLLEGE. / CEYLON 1909. TO JULY. / RETURNED HOME JULY 1914. / OBTAINED TEMPORARY COMMISSION IN / THE ARMY AUGUST 1914. / PROCEEDED TO FRANCE WITH / 9TH BATT: NORFOLK REGT. 24TH. DIVN. / KILLED IN ACTION NEAR HULLOACH / IN THE BATTLE OF LOOS / 26TH SEPTEMBER 1915. / (Under both columns) FOR KING AND COUNTRY. //

Francis Edward Cadge, William Cadge

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