Soldiers Chapel Carpet

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Reference WMO/270826


Lincoln Cathedral,

Minster Yard




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Status: On original site
Type: Other
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Other church fitting
  • Other Fabric
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The carpet on the floor of the Soldiers Chapel was donated by many families, all of whom were involved in its design. The memorial motifs are :- Top Right - Gift of Mrs Wright of Willington House, Market Rasen, in memory of her two sons Major Robert Wright and Lieutenant Charles Wright Top Left - Royal Artillery, Gift of Mr. & Mrs. John Scott, Ashlin Grove, Lincoln. in memory of Second Lieutenant Eric Farrow Scott Centre - Lincolnshire Regiment - Gift of Mrs, P. Eccles [widow of Captain Vere]. in memory of Captain Vere de Houghton Bottom Left - Brigade of Guards- Motto: Tria Juncta In Uno (Three joined in one) - Gift of Mr. & Mrs. C. Claude Pym, Canwick House, Lincoln in memory their sons Lieutenant Claude John Pym and Lieutenant Francis Leslie Melville Pym Bottom Right - Machine Gun Corps - Gift of Mr. C. B. Stampe of Manchester, Mr. W. L. Stampe, Gurki, India, and Major Stampe’s parents. in memory of Major John Stamp and Major George Herbert Stampe, M.G.C [John Readman]
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