Spridlington - Maj G M Hutton DSO

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St Hilary

Church Hill




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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Unknown
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
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About the memorial: brass tablet 535 x 750 x 3mm, in the embossed border of leaves is inscribed on the left starting at top 1889-60, Chin-Lushai, Cape Colony, Turela Heints, Orange River State & Relief of Ladysmith and on the right Laing's Nik, Belfast, S.Africa 1901 and S.Africa 1902. The inscription reads:
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TO THE BELOVED MEMORY OF GILBERT MONTGROMIE HUTTON D.S.O. MAJOR ROYAL ENGINEERS WHO DIED AS THE RESULT OF AN ACCIDENT 19TH OCT. 1911, AGED 46. BURIED AT PETERSFIELD. HANTS Record of Service Chin-Lushai Expedition 1889 – 1890. South African Campaign 1899 – 1902 Distinguished Service Order. Mentioned in Dispatches London Gazette. India Frontier medal and clasp Queen's South African medal and 6 clasps King's South African medal and 2 clasps

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