Lieutenant Anthony Herbert Strutt and George Ashton Strutt


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Reference WMO/276862

Address:

Belper Cemetery

Matlock Road

Belper

DE56 2JE

Scotland

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Unknown
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: An addition to a white marble stone on a family grave. The gravestone comprises a latin cross on a two-stepped oblong base which bears an inlaid inscription in upright capital block lettering on all four faces. The gravestone is accompanied by three other gravestones within a large family plot surrounded by heavy chamfered white marble kerbs with the maker's name incised at the foot, east of the Chapel, up the hill
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6 o'clock face of base: EDITH ADELA,/ WIFE OF GEORGE HERBERT STRUTT/ BORN AUGUST 5TH. 1855,/ DIED JANUARY 28TH. 1897./ HER CHILDREN RISE UP AND CALL HER BLESSED/ GEORGE HERBERT STRUTT,/ BORN APRIL 21. 1854, DIED MAY 17. 1928,/ EMILY,/ 2ND. WIFE OF GEORGE HERBERT STRUTT/ BORN FEB. 22. 1869, DIED APRIL 9. 1949/ BURIED AT DUROR, ARGYLL. 9 o'clock face of base: IN LOVING MEMORY OF/ ANTHONY HERBERT,/ SON OF/ GEORGE HERBERT AND EDITH ADELA STRUTT,/ LIEUT. 16TH. SHERWOOD FORESTERS,/ KILLED IN FLANDERS, APRIL 27. 1918,/ BURIED IN NO. 3 CEMETERY AT BRANDHOCK,/ NEAR YPRES, AGED 22 YEARS. 12 o'clock face of base: DAVID,/ SON OF ARTHUR AND PATRICIA STRUTT/ BORN JULY 8. 1933. DIED JULY 19. 1948 3 o'clock face of base: JOSEPH STRUTT/ DIED JAN. 13TH. 1844,/ AGED 78 YEARS./ REMOVED FROM UNITARIAN CHAPEL, DERBY/ TO THIS PLACE, 8TH. JULY 1974./ GEORGE ASHTON STRUTT/ ELDEST SON OF/ GEORGE HERBERT AND/ EDITH ADELA STRUTT/ BORN AT MAKENEY 24TH. NOV. 1878/ DIED AT KHARTOUM 25TH. MARCH 1935/ BURIED IN MILITARY CEMETERY, KHARTOUM Foot of kerbs: JAS. BERESFORD.

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