Braceborough - George Charles Henry Waters

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Reference WMO/265838


St Margaret Churchyard

Bracebrough, Lincolnshire


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Status: Unknown
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • Indian Mutiny (1857-1858)
About the memorial: Grave Marker Source “A Regimental Chronicle and List of Officers of the 60th, or the King’s Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot For an account of the siege, assault etc see:
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To The Memory Of / Capt. G. C. H. Waters / Of The 60 Royal Rifles / Who Died / 9 December 1862 / From The Effects Of Wounds / Received At The Storming Of Delhi / In 1857

1st Lieutenant from 18th March 1853, Captain from 1st May 1857. 1st. Battalion stationed at Meerut, Delhi in 1857.. Captain Waters was at the siege of Delhi, assault and capture of the City, and final attack on and occupation of the Palace; was wounded on the 9th August, and again at the assault on 14th September

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