7th Royal Fusiliers

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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:
  • Crimean War (1853-1856)
About the memorial: Large stone tablet with upper part featuring the Regiment Crest between Standards set behind a winged angel in a kneeling position holding a sword.
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Alma; Inkerman; Sevastopol Sacred to the Memory of Colonel Lacey W Yea; Lieut Colonel Fredk Mills; Capt Hon W Monck; Capt Hon C L Hare; Capt A Wallace; Capt Hon C Browne; Lieut J Molesworth; Lieut & Adj St C Hobson; Lieut Hon E Fitzclarence, Lieut O Colt; Lieut W L L G Wright, Lieut F C Beauchamp, Quarter MAster J Hogan, Assistant Surgeon J P Langham; and Five Hundred and Fifty-Nine Non-Commissioned Officers and Private Soldiers of teh 7th Royal Fusiliers, who fell in action or Died of Wounds or Disease, during the campaign in the Crimea AD 1854 & 1855. "Not Once or Twice in Our Rough Island Story" "The Path of Duty, was the way to Glory" This monument is erected by their Brother Officers and Comrades

Colonel Lacey W Yea; Lieut Colonel Fredk Mills; Capt Hon W Monck; Capt Hon C L Hare; Capt A Wallace; Capt Hon C Browne; Lieut J Molesworth; Lieut & Adj St C Hobson; Lieut Hon E Fitzclarence, Lieut O Colt; Lieut W L L G Wright, Lieut F C Beauchamp, Quarter MAster J Hogan, Assistant Surgeon J P Langham; and Five Hundred and Fifty-Nine Non-Commissioned Officers and Private Soldiers

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