Sub Lieutenant Harold Courtenay Thompson

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Reference WMO/276607

Address:

All Saints Church

Church Place

Freshwater

PO40 9BW

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Marble Tablet
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IN LOVING MEMORY OF/ AUDREY WIFE OF HALLAM LORD TENNYSON/ BORN AUGUST 19 1854 DIED DECEMBER 7 1916/ SHE WENT ABOUT DOING GOOD/ THRICE BLEST WHOSE LIVES ARE FAITHFUL PRAYERS/ WHOSE LOVES IN HIGHER LOVE ENDURE/ WHAT SOULS POSSESS THEMSELVES SO PURE/ OR IS THERE BLESSEDNESS LIKE THEIRS?/ ALSO IN LOVING MEMORY OF/ HAROLD COURTENAY TENNYSON R.N./ YOUNGEST SON OF HALLAM, LORD TENNYSON AND AUDREY, LADY TENNYSON/ NAVIGATING SUB-LIEUTENANT IN H.M.S. VIKING/ WHO WAS KILLED ON ACTIVE SERVICE IN THE ENGLISH CHANNEL/ HE GAVE HIS LIFE TO SERVE HIS GOD, HIS KING AND HIS COUNTRY/ IN DEFENCE OF TRUTH, LIBERTY AND JUSTICE/ AND RESTS WITH HIS MOTHER IN THIS CHURCHYARD./ HIS LAST MESSAGE WAS "I HAVE ONLY DONE MY DUTY/ AS A MAN IS BOUND TO DO AND I DIE WITH A JOYFUL SPIRIT"/ BORN APRIL 27 1896, DIED JANUARY 29 1916/ GOD'S FINGER TOUCH'D HIM AND HE SLEPT

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