Lt Edward Younghusband and Lt George Austen Patterson Younghusband

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Reference WMO262560

Address:

St Aidan's Church

Radcliffe Road

Bamburgh, Northumberland

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:
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • Colonial India
  • Indian Mutiny (1857-1858)
About the memorial: Brass plaque with five brothers, all army officers but only the last two named died in conflict. There is also a marble plaque in the church with some earlier Younghusbands who died tragic deaths at sea, but not in conflict.
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TO THE GLORY OF GOD/ AND IN MEMORY OF THE FIVE SONS/ OF/ MAJOR-GENERAL CHARLES YOUNGHUSBAND/ ROYAL ARTILLERY/ GENERAL ROBERT ROMER YOUNGHUSBAND C.B./ BOMBAY STAFF CORPS/ BORN 10TH DECEMBER 1819, DIED 12TH DECEMBER 1905./ LIEUT-GEN. CHARLES WRIGHT YOUNGHUSBAND C.B. F.R.S./ ROYAL ARTILLERY/ BORN 20TH JUNE 1821, DIED 28TH OCTOBER 1899./ MAJOR-GENERAL JOHN WILLIAM YOUNGHUSBAND C.S.I./ BOMBAY STAFF CORPS/ BORN 2ND JANUARY 1823, DIED 20TH JULY 1907./ LIEUTENANT EDWARD YOUNGHUSBAND/ 9TH BOMBAY/ BORN 30TH JULY 1824, KILLED IN ACTION AT/ THE SIEGE OF MOOLTAN 27TH DECEMBER 1848./ LIEUT. GEORGE AUSTEN PATTERSON YOUNGHUSBAND/ 5TH PUNJAB CAVALRY/ BORN 18TH NOVEMBER 1831, MORTALLY WOUNDED/ AT FUTTEHGHUR DURING THE INDIAN MUTINY/ 2ND JANUARY 1858./ REQUIESCANT IN PACE

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