Hainton - Arthur Pelham Henage

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Reference WMO/268780


St Mary's Church

Hainton Market Rasen



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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Altar or Altar Part
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Ann Lawrence Mary Henage of 14 Brompton Square, London to provide and place a Reredos of Beer Stone and "Opus Sectile" Mosaic in the chancel of the Parish church of Hainton and also to place a plaque below the Reredos so as to be hidden by the altar bearing the following inscription During the morning service on Sunday, the Vicar, the Rev. R, Aston, dedicated a Reredos which has been placed in the church through the generosity of Mrs. F. Heneage in thankfulness of the safe return of her son from the Great War. The Reredos is a beautiful piece of work in glate [sic] interlaced with gold. It bears the inscription:"In thankful remembrance to Almighty God for the safe return of Arthur Pelham Heneage, from the Great War, 1914-1918." At the dedication the congregation stood while the dedication and other special prayers were said by the Vicar. In the sermon following reference was made to the Reredos and it was pointed out that such were simply intended as ornaments to the church and were placed at the back of the altar to throw it into prominence. Louth Standard 30th September 1921, [Hainton]
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"In thankful remembrance for the mercy of God in preserving Arthur Pelham Henage Capt. Lt. Col Royal Horse and Field Artillery only son of Frederick William Henage through the whole of the Great War 1914-1918. Mons, the Marne, the Aisne, 1st Battle of Ypres and the whole Salonka Campaign

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