Captain John Lewis Rogers and the men of St Columb Minor
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- Metal Brass
- Metal Bronze
- First World War (1914-1918)
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Plaque 1: IN LOVING MEMORY OF/ CAPTAIN JOHN LEWIS ROGERS/ 1ST/4TH DUKE OF CORNWALL'S LIGHT INFANTRY/ ONLY SON OF JOSEPH AND ELIZABETH WEBBER ROGERS/ OF BOLOWTHAS, NEWQUAY/ WHO DIED IOF PNEUMONIA AT CAIRO ON NOV 15TH 1918 AFTER PASSING/ SAFELY THROUGH THE PALESTINE BATTLES AGAINST THE TURKS/ AND WAS LAID TO REST IN THE ENGLISH CEMETERY IN OLD CAIRO./ ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF THOSE OTHERS OF THIS PARISH WHO MADE THE/ GREAT SACRIFICE AND WHOSE NAMES ARE RECORDED BELOW./ ETERNAL HONOUR GIVE/ TO THOSE WHO DIED/ IN THAT FULL SPLENDOUR OF HEROIC PRIDE/ THAT WE MIGHT LIVE. Plaque 2: (15 names)