Lt Col Henry Jackson Parkin Booth


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Reference WMO/281545

Address:

All Saints Church

High Street

Northallerton

DL7 8DJ

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • New Zealand Wars (1843-1870)
About the memorial: White marble tablet , straight sides and base with the top sloping to a shallow point , resting on two brackets and all on a black backboard . The Inscription incised and coloured black .
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SACRED/TO THE MEMORY OF/HENRY JACKSON PARKIN BOOTH/LIEUTENANT COLONEL OF THE/43RD LIGHT INFANTRY/THE SECOND SON OF LIEUTENANT COLONEL HENRY BOOTH /OF THE SAME REGIMENT AND MARY AND HIS WIFE AND/GRAND-SON OF WILLIAM BOOTH ESQ/OF BRUSH HOUSE IN THE PARISH OF EGGLESFIELD/IN THIS COUNTY/BORN JULY 19TH 1830/DIED APRIL 30TH 1864/HIS MILITARY LIFE , LIKE THAT OF HIS FATHER WAS/PASSED IN THE 43RD REGIMENT , IN WHICH HE/ BECAME ENSIGN JUNE 11TH 1847 AND LIEUTENANT COLONEL /FEBRUARY 11TH 1862. HE SERVED HIS COUNTRY IN/AFRICA , DURING THE KAFFIR WARS OF 1861,1862 AND 1863/IN INDIA :AND IN NEW ZEALAND , IN THE REBELLION /IN 1864 WHERE HE WAS MORTALLY WOUNDED AT THE/HEAD OF HIS MEN WHILE LEADING THE ATTACK /IN THE STORMING OF A FORTIFICATION AT TAURANGA/APRIL 28TH 1864/HIS SERVICES WERE ACKNOWLEDGED BY A MEMORANDUM/FROM THE WAR OFFICE/DATED NOVEMBER 3RD 1864/THAT HAD HE SURVIVED HE WOULD HAVE BEEN/RECOMMENDED TO HER MAJESTY FOR THE DISTINCTION /OF COMPANION OF THE MILITARY DIVISION OF THE/ORDER OF THE BATH/

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