Captain William Joseph Wickham and Captain Cyril Henry Wickham

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Reference WMO/264668

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 Marble
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Rectangular marble tablet with inscription in black lettering. Ornately carved foliate border with coloured family crest at the top centre.
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IN MEMORY OF/ WILLIAM JOSEPH WICKHAM/ CAPTAIN SCOTS GUARDS BORN NOV/ 5TH 1874 KILLED IN ACTION AT/ BATTLE OF YPRES OCT 31ST 1914/ ELDEST SON OF CAPTAIN HENRY/ LAMPLUGH WICKHAM RIFLE BRIGADE/ & THE HON. TERESA MARY ARUNDELL/ COUNTESS OF THE HOLY ROMAN/ EMPIRE AND ELDEST DAUGHTER/ & CO-HEIRESS OF HENRY BENEDICT/ 11TH LORD ARUNDELL OF WARDOUR/ HE WAS A COUNT OF THE HOLY/ ROMAN EMPIRE & 10TH IN DIRECT/ MALE DESCENT FROM WILLIAM/ BISHOP OF WINCHESTER IN 1595/ ALSO OF/ CYRIL HENRY WICKHAM/ BROTHER TO THE ABOVE, CAPTAIN/ 1ST BATTALION ROYAL FUSILIERS/ AND A COUNT OF THE HOLY/ ROMAN EMPIRE BORN MAY 25TH 1878/ DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED AT/ ARMENTIERES ON JAN. 15TH 1915/ ERECTED BY THEIR DEVOTED SISTER/ CECILY MARY GILLETT/ R.I.P.

Captain William Joseph Wickham and Captain Cyril Henry Wickham

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