Captain James Harold Cuthbert
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- First World War (1914-1918)
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Gloria est pro patria mori/Sacred to the loving and glorious memory of/James Harold Cuthbert of Beaufront/Captain in His Majesty's Regiment of Scot's/Guards. Companion of the Distinguished/Service Order. Justice of the Peace for/the County of Northumberland and High/Sheriff of that County in the year 1911,/who was killed in action near Loos in/France on 27th of September 1915, and/was buried on the field of battle./He married firstly the Lady Anne Dorothy/Frederica Byng third daughter of the 5th/Earl of Strafford who was taken by God/on the 31st of January 1907 and lies buried/in this churchyard./He married secondly, Kathleen Alice/eldest daughter of John Coppin Straker/of Stagshaw in this County by whom he had/issue Harold David, now of Beaufront,/Vida, Gerald Ivo and Sidney John.