Hamilton Brothers

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Reference WMO/264451

Address:

All Saints Church

Church Lane

Mixbury

NN13 5RJ

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
Conflicts:
  • Boer War, Second (1899-1902)
About the memorial: The Altar and Pulpit Rails and Two associated rectangular metal plaques, lettering in black with red capitals and border.
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Plaque 1: 1900/ TO THE GLORY OF GOD/ AND/ IN MEMORY OF/ KENNETH C.M.I. DIED OF ENTERIC AT BLOEMFONTEIN/ MAY 16TH AGED 24 AND OF/ ERNEST B.M.I. KILLED IN ACTION AT VRYHIED/ WHILE GALLANTLY SERVING A MAXIM GUN MAY 20 AGED 22/ SONS OF MAJOR BRAMSTON HAMILTON/ "LOVELY AND PLEASANT IN THEIR LIVES AND IN/ THEIR DEATH THEY WERE NOT DIVIDED" II SAMUEL 1.23/ THIS ALTAR RAIL IS ERECTED BY THEIR AUNT, THE WIFE OF THE REV P.R. KIRBY RECTOR OF THIS PARISH Plaque 2: TO THE GLORY OF GOD/ AND/ IN LOVING MEMORY/ ALISTAIR LATE OF THE ROYAL IRISH FUSILIERS/ SON OF THE LATE/ MAJOR BRAMSTON HAMILTON R.A./ KILLED BY THE ACTION OF SECURING TWO BOERS AT MACHODOLORP(?) SOUTH AFRICA/ THE PULPIT RAIL IN THIS CHURCH WAS ERECTED / "BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART"

Kenneth Hamilton, Alistair Hamilton, Ernest Hamilton

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