Commander Edward Hay RN Memorial Window (Lost)

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Reference WMO/275786


St Anne's Episcopal Church



EH42 1JL


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Status: Destroyed
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Stained glass window
  • Glass Stained Glass
Lettering: Painted
  • New Zealand Wars (1843-1870)
About the memorial: Memorial window formerly in St Anne’s Church, Dunbar commemorating Commander Edward Hay RN d. 1868. Killed in the attack on Pukehinahina (Gate Pa) during the Tauranga Campaign. The window was destroyed by fire in 1987.
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[Not exact] 'James Hay of Belton died 3rd Feb 1857 aged 71. Also his sons, Lieutenant David Hay, of the 22nd Oude Regular Cavalry and one of the defenders of Lucknow, who died 6 June 1868, aged twenty-five, and Commander Hay, R.N., who was killed in New Zealand, 30th April 1864, aged twenty-nine.'

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