Capt B R Winthrop-smith

WM reference
58887
Memorial type
Lost
No
Town
County
District
Subject/Period
Creator
Ceremony
  • Unveiled : 4th March 1916
Current location

North wall of the Chancel
St Matthews Church
Junction Of Asher Lane And Main Road
Pentrich
Amber Valley
Derbyshire
DE5
England
OS Grid Ref.: SK 380 520
Denomination: Church of England

Description

Stained glass window with three elaborate central lights. The figure of a Saint is depicted in each of the three lights: St George (left); St Michael (centre), pointing to the banner of the Cross and vanquishing the Dragon enemy; St Louis (right). The inscription is beneath the figures and across the three lights.

Inscription

HE HATH/ DELIVERED/ MY SOUL IN/ PEACE/ FROM THE BATTLE/ THAT WAS/ AGAINST/ ME To the Glory of God and/ in loving memory of/ our son Bernard Winthrop Smith, Captain 1st/ Scots Guards

Inscription legible?

Yes

Names on memorial

None recorded

Subject/Period

First World War (1914-1918)
Total names on memorial: 1
Served and returned: 0
Died: 1
Exact count: yes
Information shown: surname,rank,regiment,forename,relationships
Order of information: Undefined

Component

Window
Condition: Good
Measurements: Undefined
Materials: Glass
Listed?: No

Ceremony

Unveiled
Date: 4th March 1916
Attended by: Bishop of Derby

Costs

Site: Unknown or N/A
Memorial: Unknown or N/A
Comments: None

Trust fund/Scholarship

No
Purpose: Unknown or N/A

Sponsorship

Unknown or N/A
Details: Unknown or N/A

Responsibility of

Unknown or N/A

Reference

History of the window and an explanation of the symbolism titled 'Description of Stained Glass Window'.

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