Captain H Taylor
Chipchase Castle Chapel
minor road from Wark to Barrasford
OS Grid Ref.: NY 88359 75700
Denomination: Church of England
Stained glass window of single light, depicting the Angel of the Lord appearing to Mary Magdalene outside the sepulchre after the Resurrection. Below them is the text “He is not here for he is risen” painted in gilded Roman capitals. Below this is the dedication, set on a pennant. In the centre is a diamond shape which contains the badge of the Scots Guards. The lettering is in black Roman capitals.
IN MEMORIAM/ CAPTAIN HUGH TAYLOR/ SCOTS GUARDS/ BORN CHRISTMAS EVE 1880/ KILLED IN ACTION DEC. 18TH 1914
Names on memorial
First World War (1914-1918)
Total names on memorial: 1
Served and returned: 0
Exact count: yes
Information shown: surname, rank, date of death ,regiment,forename,manner of death
Order of information: Undefined
Measurements: height 2720MM, width 1110MM
Materials: Stained Glass
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Hexham Parish Magazine January 1915 records the death of Capt. Hugh Taylor, 2nd Battn. Scots Guards.
In Silent Fortitude: In Memory of the Men of the North Tyne Valley who Fell in the Great War; Alan Isaac Grint; 2011; Ergo Press; ISBN 9780955751097
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