Captain Oswald Carr
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- Metal Brass
- China (19C and 20C)
- New Zealand Wars (1843-1870)
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+ UNTO THE MEMORY OF OSWALD CARR CAPTN. IN THE ROYAL ARTILLERY/FOURTH SON OF RALPH CARR OF DUNSTAN HILL, AND ELIZABETH HIS WIFE:/THROUGHOUT THE CAMPAIGN OF 1857-1860 HE SERVED IN CHINA & WAS PROMINENTLY ENGAGED IN THE BATTLE/OF CANTON + IN THE YEAR 1868, IN TYHE COLONY OF NEW ZEALAND, WHILST ADVANCING WITH THE COLONIAL FORCES/AGAINST THE INSURGENT NATIVES, HE WAS KILLED IN ACTION NEAR THE RIVER RUAKIP0TURI ON THE 8TH AUGUST/AGED 31 YEARS 11 MONTHS+ FOR THE CHRISTIAN GENTLENESS AND UPRIGHTEOUSNESS OF HIS MIND HE WAS BELOVED/AND LAMENTED BY HIS FELLOW-COLONISTS AND BY THE FRIENDLY NATIVES OF NEW ZEALAND/EVEN AS HE WAS MOST DEAR IN THE HOME & COUNTRY OF HIS BIRTH./+ THE LORD KNOWETH THE DAYS OF THE UPRIGHT AND THEIR INHERITANCE SHALL BE FOR EVER