Ptes Frederick Morant and George Woodley


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Reference WMO/272599

Address:

All Saints Churchyard

High Street

Botley

SO31 2GF

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Upright dark grey stone gravestone on a low plinth , low relief carving of ivy leaves round the edges , the inscription formed by cast lead letters
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In/Loving/ Memory of/CHARLES HENRY/THE BELOVED HUSBAND OF/EMMA MORANT/WHO DIED APRIL 30TH 1913/AGED 63 YEARS /"PEACE ,PERFECT PEACE"/ALSO OF/FREDERICK ERNEST /2ND HANTS REGT/SON OF THE ABOVE /KILLED IN ACTION GALLIPOLI/APRIL 28TH 1915/AGED 24 YEARS /AND OF/GEORGE WOODLEY /1ST HANTS REGT/SON-IN-LAW OF THE ABOVE,/AND BELOVED HUSBAND OF/AMY WOODLEY/KILLED IN ACTION FRANCE/1ST JULY 1916/AGED 29 YEARS //THEIR COUNTRY CALLED /ALSO OF EMMA/THE BELOVED WIFE OF THE ABOVE /WHO DIED OCT 23RD 1916/AGED 65 YEARS /

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