Brigadier General Roland Boys Bradford VC MC-Window
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The Rose Window was originally given in memory of/Brigadier General Roland Boys Bradford, V.C., M.C./who at the age of 23 became the youngest Brigadier General/in the British Army. He was born in Carrwood House,/Witton Park and killed at the Battle of Cambrai in Nov. 1917./The window was destroyed by vandalism and later replaced by/Patricia Hudson Moses in 1992 along with the two porch windows./This design incorporates the association of the/Durham Light Infantry with the village, and is/dedicated to the memory of Rosetta Heslop. Inscription legible? yes