Stoke Rochford - Cholmeley Memorial

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Reference WMO263098

Address:

Saint Andrew and Saint Mary

Village Street

Stoke Rochford, Grantham

NG33 5ED

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Alabaster
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Proposed by our petitioner Mabel Jeanetta Lady Cholmeley of Easton Hall, Widow and Lewin Charles Cholmeley of 28 Lincoln Inn Fields, London to provide and place a memorial tablet on the south wall of the south aisle of the parish church of Stoke in memory of members of the Cholmeley family who lost their lives in the Great War That the said tablet is to be of Alabaster about five feet three inches in height and about two feet ten inches in width.
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“In memory of those servant members of the Cholmeley family whose bodies now at rest in peace in the battle fields of France and Flanders having given their lives for Freedom” Sir Montague Aubrey Rowley Cholmeley, Bart. Captain Grenadier Guards, age 38, Festbert, 24th December 1914 Hugh Ralph Cholmeley, 2nd Lieut, The Royal Field Artillery, age 24, Ypres, 14th June 1915 Hugh Valentine Cholmeley, 2nd Lieut. Grenadier Guards, age 28, Ypres. 7th April 1916. Harry Lewin Cholmeley, Lieut. Border Regiment, age 23, Beaumont Hamel. 1st July 1916. Eric Randolph Cholmeley, Lieut., The Prince of Wales’s West Yorkshire Regiment, age 21, La Boiselle 1st July 1916. Humphrey Jasper Cholmeley. Private, The Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regt., age 18, Highwood 15th July 1916. Also Roger James Cholmeley M.C., Captain, The Cheshire Regt., age 47 (after serving 3 years in France) The Murnansh Front 16th August 1919.

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