Lieuenant F H Pratt-Barlow and Lieutenant L Chichester

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St Nicholas' Church

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Incised
  • Boer War, Second (1899-1902)
About the memorial: Memorial to Lt Frederick Holden Pratt-Barlow, 7th Company, 4th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry. He was the only son of Archibald Pratt-Barlow of Nottingham, England. Volunteered for service in South Africa during the Second Anglo Boer war. Initially served as 20338 Trooper Frederick Holden Pratt-Barlow, 106th Company, 4th Btn, Imperial Yeomanry. He was granted a commission in the Imperial Yeomanry in Oct 1901, with the rank of Lieutenant. Died of enteric fever (typhoid) at the Temporary military hospital, Lindley, Orange River Colony aged 19 years. Also to Lt Lionel Chichester, 11th Company, 3rd Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry, who was killed in action on 6 Feb 1902 at Middlepost Farm, Calvinia, Cape Colony, equidistant between Sutherland and Calvinia on the R354. He is buried in a grave behind the Middelpos Hotel is a well-tended memorial to the 11 Officers and men of the 11th Imperial Yeomanry who were killed in action on the 5th and 6th of February in 1902.
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In loving memory of Frederick Holden Pratt-Barlow, Lieut 8th (Derbyshire) Coy 4th Regt Imp Yeomanry. Died at Lindley O.R.C. Feb 26th 1902 aged 19 years. Also of Lionel Chichester, Lieut 11th (Yorkshire) Coy 3rd Regt Imp Yeomanry, killed in action at Middlepost Farm, Calvinia Feb 6th 1902 aged 28 years.

Frederick Holden Pratt-Barlow Lionel Chichester

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