Captain Percy Ashton, M.C. and Major General Sir John Inglis

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Reference WMO/292507


St Petroc's Church

Priory Road


PL31 2DP


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Stained glass window
  • Glass Stained Glass
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Indian Mutiny (1857-1858)
About the memorial: A four light stained glass window showing King Arthur and Sir John Inglis at prayer, Sir Percival, King Richard I, King Edward I and Captain Ashton at prayer. It also shows the insignia of The Duke Of Cornwall's Light Infantry, the Arms of the Duchy of Cornwall. At the top is an images of Christ on the cross, the Virgin Mary and St John the Evangelist. It is at the east end of the north aisle in a vestry east of the soldier's chapel, which has to be entered from behind, by the High Altar
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To the memory of Captain Percy Ashton, M.C., who served with the 1st. & 8th. Battns. D.C.L.I. in France & Salonika 1914–1918 and died from the effects of War Service 18th. September 1934 And of his Grandfather Major General Sir John Inglis, K.C.B., Colonel of the 32nd. Regiment and who commanded the Garrison in the Siege of Lucknow 1857.

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