Louth - Arthur Montague Taylor


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Reference WMO264678

Address:

Holy Trinity Church

Eastgate

Louth

LN11 8DJ

England

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Status: Lost/missing
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Erected on the north wall, unveil and dedicated by the Vicar Rev. N. Heelas January 1916 At the morning service at Holy Trinity Church, Louth, on Sunday, a memorial tablet which had been erected to the memory of the late Lieut. A. M. Taylor, 1st Brahmins [sic ]Indian Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, Louth, who fell in action on Sept. 23th last, was unveiled. The tablet which has been placed in the church by Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, has been erected on the north wall, near the memorial to Bishop Billing, who was formerly Vicar of Holy Trinity. It consists of a white Sicilian marble cross upon a background of polished grey marble, and upon the cross a sword and belt are finely sculptured in relief, while on the base there is an inscription, with the regimental badge below.
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:- “To the glory of God and in ever loving memory of Arthur Montague Taylor, Lieut, 1st Brahmins, Indian Army, the dearly loved son of John and J. M. Taylor, Dolgethan, Louth, who died of wounds received in France while leading his men into action on Sept. 25th, 1915, born March 4th, 1893. ‘His life for his Country, his soul to God.’

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