Major General Sir Robert Henry Dick KCB KCH
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- Stone Marble
- Colonial India
- Revolutionary/Napoleonic (1792-1815)
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MAIDA EGYPT BUSACO FUENTES D'ONOR SALAMANCA WATERLOO/ SACRED TO THE MEMORY/ MAJOR-GENERAL SIR ROBERT HENRY DICK KCB KCH/ WHO AFTER DISTINGUISHED SERVICE IN THE PENINSULA/ IN THE COMMAND OF A LIGHT BATTALION/ AND AT WATERLOO WITH THE 42ND ROYAL HIGHLAND REGIMENT/ FELL MORTALLY WOUNDED WHILST LEADING THE 3RD DIVISION/ OF THE ARMY OF THE SUTLEDGE/ TO THE ATTACK ON THE SEIKH ENTRENCHED CAMP AT SABRAON/ ON THE 10TH FEBRUARY 1846/ THE OFFICERS WHO HAD THE HONOR OF SERVING/ UNDER HIM IN HIS LAST BATTLE/ AND OTHERS HIS FRIENDS IN HER MAJESTY'S AND THE HONOURABLE EAST INDIA COMPANY'S SERVICE IN BENGAL/ HAVE CAUSED THIS MONUMENT TO BE PLACED IN HIS PARISH CHURCH/ IN TESTIMONY OF THEIR RESPECT AND AFFECTION/ FOR A GENEROUS COURTEOUS AND CONSIDERATE COMMANDER/ A GALLANT AND DEVOTED SOLDIER