Captain Robert Woodward


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Reference WMO/282095

Address:

St Peter's Church

Upper Arley

DY12 1XA

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Other monument
Materials:
  • Other Other
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: PLASTER MEDALLION BUST OF WOODWARD WITH DEDICATORY INSCRIPTION, SOME IN RED LETTERING, CARVED INTO THE WALL BELOW COAT-OF-ARMS ABOVE THE LEFT SHOULDER OF THE BUST AND FIGURE OF THE SPHINX DEPICTED ON HIS LEFT LAPEL WITH 'EGYPT WRITTEN BELOW
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IN HAPPY THANKSGIVING FOR THE SIMPLE LIFE & NOBLE DEATH OF/ CAPTAIN ROBERT WOODWARD/ BORN DEC. 17. 1877/ MA OF CHRIST CHURCH, OXFORD. BARRISTER-AT-LAW INNER TEMPLE/ ELDEST SON OF ROBERT & MARY WOODWARD OF ARLEY CASTLE/ AT THE OUTBREAK OF THE GREAT WAR HE WAS GAZETTED TO THE/ S. WALES BORDERERS & JOINED THE 1ST BATT: IN FRANCE/ MARCH 5. 1915/ HE GAVE HIS LIFE MAY 9. 1915/ WOUNDED EARLIER IN THE DAY & UNABLE TO CARRY ARMS/ HE LED HIS MEN INTO BATTLE & FELL IN FRONT OF THE ENEMY/ TRENCHES AT RICHEBOURG L'AVOUE/ HE SET HIS FACE STEADFASTLY./ BE THOU FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH & I WILL GIVE THEE/ A CROWN OF LIFE

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