1st Lieutenant William Carmichael Forrest

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Reference WMO/264564

Address:

Winchester Cathedral

9 The Close

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
Lettering: Incised
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About the memorial: Plain tablet with incised lettering, flanked by two seamen. Above the tablet is a copy of the memorial that was erected over the grave
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In loving remembrance of William Carmichael Forrest, 1st Lieut. HMS Doterel, son of Captain Forrest, Chief Constable of this County, and of Selina his wife; who lost his life by the accidental explosion of the ships magazine and consequent foundering of the ship off Sandy Point in the Straits of Macellan on the 26th Day of April 1881, his body was recovered and buried in the cemetery at Sandy Point on the 4th Day of July.

1st Lieutenant William Carmichael Forrest

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