Morton - Lt. C.G. Danks

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Reference WMO264215

Address:

St Paul's Church

10-16 Front Street

Morton

Gainsborough

DN21 3AA

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Unknown
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Stained glass window
About the memorial: Description of Window William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones installed 1901 South Aisle 3rd from West 1901. 3 lights L – ST MARTIN [BJ 398], in blue, green and pink C – ST EDMUND [Elhelbert, BJ 534], in red and brown R – ST GEORGE [BJ 397], in green and pink Doc. The entry in the Catalogue of Designs, dated 7 October 1901, names the glass-painters as follows: St Martin by Stokes; At Edmund by Walters; St George by Bowman; quarries designed by Dearle; quarries and inscription painted by Wren
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Quarry Grounds. Inscribed: 'In Memory Of Cyril German Danks Lieut In The Manchester Regiment Who Was Wounded At Elandslaagte On The Twenty First Day Of October One Thousand Eight Hundred And Ninety Nine And Died At Aldershot On The Thirty First Day Of May 1900'

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