Lieutenant Nelson Henry Arnold


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Reference WMO/283317

Address:

All Saints Church

Main Street

Tinwell

PE9 3UD

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • Indian Mutiny (1857-1858)
About the memorial: Plain marble panel set into north wall of the Chancel.
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SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF/NELSON HENRY ARNOLD/LIEUTENANT IN THE 1st MADRAS-FUSILIERS/(THIRD SON OF CHARLES AND HELEN ARNOLD)/HE DIED IN LUCKNOW OCT 6th 1857 FROM WOUNDS RECEIVED SEPT 25th/ON ENTERING THAT CITY WITH THE RELIEVING FORCE UNDER SIR H.HAVELOCK/AGED 23 YRS/HE ASSISTED IN THE SUPPRESSION OF THE MUTINY AT BENARES ON JUNE 4th and 5th/AND REACHED ALLAHABAD WITH A SMALL REINFORCEMENT/ON JUNE 7th/AND THE SKILL AND ENERGY/WITH WHICH HE OVERCAME ALL DIFFICULTIES ON HIS WAY/THE SAFTEY OF THAT FORT/WAS ATTRIBUTED BY GENERAL NEILL/HE WAS EMPLOYED BY THE GENERAL ON SEVERAL IMPORTANT OPERATIONS/AND WAS HONOURABLY MENTIONED FOR HIS SERVICES/ AT ALLAHABAD ON THE JUMNA/ON THE GANGES AND IN THE BATTLES OF UNAO/BUSSERAT-GUNGE/AND BHITHOOR/WHEN IN HOSPITAL AT LUCKNOW/SIR H.HAVELOCK SENT WORD TO HIM/THROUGH HIS A.D.C/THAT HE INTENDED TO RECOMMEND HIM FOR THE VICTORIA CROSS/HE DIED A PERFECT PEACE/HUMBLY LOOKING FOR SALVATION THROUGH THE FAITH IN THE MERITS OF HIS SAVIOUR

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