Lieut Frederick Gerald Harington Philpot

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Reference WMO264492

Address:

Winchester Cathedral

9 The Close

Winchester

Winchester

SO23 9LS

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 Stone (any)
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • 20th Century Wars
About the memorial: Memorial tablet to 5 members of the Philpot fAmily, descendants of Sir John de Philpot Kt of Kent and Lord Mayor of London 1378
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TO THE GLORY OF GOD IN MEMORY OF THE FOLLOWING DESCENDANTS OF SIR JOHN DE PHILIPOT KT OF KENT LORD MAYOR OF LONDON 1378 DIED 1384 THIS WINDOW IS DEDICATED IN 1917 BY ALICE PHILPOT WIDOW OF MAJOR PHILIP PHILPOT JOHN PHILPOT ARCHDEACON OF WINCHESTER THIRD SON OF SIR PETER PHILPOT KT BORN AT COMPTON HAMPSHIRE 1516 SCHOLAR OF WINCHESTER COLLEGE 1526 FELLOW OF NEW COLLEGE OXFORD 1534 - 1541 SUFFERED MARTYRDOM AT SMITHFIELD 18TH DECEMBER 1555 FOR DEFENDING THE PRINCIPLES OF THE REFORMATION GENERAL PHILIP PHILPOT COLONEL-IN-CHIEF 11TH HUSSARS IN 1839 SUBSEQUENTLY OF 8TH HUSSARS DIED IN KENSINGTON 1843 AGED 73 HIS ONLY SON MAJOR PHILIP PHILPOT OF THE 74TH HIGHS 11TH AND 28TH REGIMENTS WAS ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED FISHING THE USK RIVER CRICKHOWELL BRECONSHIRE 5TH JULY 1888 AGED 56 LEAVING ONE CHILD FREDK GERALD HARINGTON PHILPOT BORN 18TH MARCH 1882 EDUCATED AT WINCHESTER COLLEGE AND SANDHURST LIEUT. RIFLE BRIGADE DIED IN THE SERVICE OF HIS COUNTRY 2ND OCT 1907 BURIED LLANGENNY CRICKHOWELL BRECONS ALICE PHILPOT DIED 17TH MARCH 1929

FREDERICK GERALD HARINGTON PHILPOT

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