Macfarlane Lt Alexander & Midshipman Robert Graig

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Reference WMO/273429

Address:

St Michael & All Angles Church

B2110

Withyham

Hartfield

TN7 4BA

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Wheel cross
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Leaded
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A short wheeled cross standing on a 2 stage plinth enclosed in a small stone border. Located in the NW corner of the original grave yard.
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IN MEMORY OF A LOVING MOTHER / MARION CLARKE / WIFE OF ALEXANDER MACFARLAN(E) / OF THORNHILL, FALKIRK / DIE(D) 9TH OCT 1904, AGES 74. / AN(D) HER (G)RANDSONS / LT. A(L)EXAN(D)ER MACFARLAN(E) R.F.A / KIL(L)ED AT METZ-EN-COUTURE, FRANCE / 2ND DE(C). 1917, AGED 28 /// AND MIDSHIPMAN ROBERT GRAIG MACFARLANE R.N. / H.M.S.HAWKE TORPEDOED IN THE NORTH SEA 15TH OCT. 1014 / SONS OF ROBERT GRAIG MACFARLANE / GRAFFE REINET. SOUTH AFRICA

LT. ALEXAN(D)ER MACFARLANE R.F.A & MIDSHIPMAN ROBERT GRAIG MACFARLANE R.N

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