Quarrington - William Carleton Barrett

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Reference WMO/264008


St. Botolph's Church

Town Road



NG34 8RS


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Stained glass window
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Memorial Window. East end of North Wall 1.6m wide in total, 1.88m high at each side rising to approx 2.1m at the centre. Each light is 0.41m wide. What may not be obvious from the photo is the fact that the word Valour appears at the top of the left light and Devotion at the top of the right one.
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To the glory of God and in loving memory of William Carlton Barrett, Captain of the S.S Stuart Prince who nobly went down with his ship 22nd March 1917 after being torpedoed by enemy submarine off the north coast of Ireland. Also in affectionate remembrance of Eileen the only child of William Carlton and Letitia Kate Barrett, born 7th October 1896, died 16th November 1901. There’s a home for little children, above the bright blue sky. This window was placed here to their beloved memory by his widow Letitia Kate Barrett who was formerly a worshipper in this church of St Botolph, Quarrington.

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