Second Lieutenant George John Lucas Stovin and Corporal N R S Carter

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Reference WMO/294729


Uttoxeter New Road Cemetery

Uttoxeter New Road



DE22 3JB


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Unknown
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: An addition to a memorial on a family grave. A white marble Latin cross with Christograph at the centre surmounts a three stepped base which bears an inlaid inscription in upright capital block lettering. The cross is accompanied by plain oblong white marble kerbs. It is just west of the centre of the cemetery.
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6 o'clock face of base: In Loving Memory/ of/ THE REVD. THOMAS ROBERTS STEVENSON,/ DIED DECEMBER 5TH. 1893, AGED 61 YEARS./ AND OF SARAH ANN, HIS WIFE/ DIED SEPTEMBER 10TH. 1898, AGED 65 YEARS. 3 o'clock face of base: Also of/ 2ND. LIEUT. G. J. L. STOVIN,/ DIED IN MESOPOTAMIA/ FEBRUARY 2ND. 1917, AGED 25 (?YEARS)/ PRO PATRIA./ AND OF CPL. N. R. S. CARTER, C.A.M.C. AGED 37./ LOST AT SEA IN TORPEDOED HOSPITAL SHIP/ LLANDOVERY CASTLE JUNE 27TH. 1918. (Parts of lettering obscured from view.)

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