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- In the Crypt, Nelson Chamber east bay, a Baroque Aroque- style frame in marmalade coloured marble enclosing a relief sculpture. Sculpted marble and alabaster wall monument with relief of Florence Nightingale tending a wounded soldier, in an architectural setting. Relief, carved in white marble and with a round arched top, shows a woman holding a cup to a bed-ridden man with bandaged head. This is set in an architectural frame of orange-brown variegated alabaster with minor inner columns and large outer pilasters, all with foliated capitals, and shallow scrolled pediment. Frieze and base inscribed in painted gilt lettering.
- At top: BLESSED ARE THE MERCIFUL At bottom: FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE ...
- Inscription legible?
- Names on memorial
- Nightingale, Florence
- Non-Combat Deaths
Total names on memorial: 1
Served and returned: 0
Exact count: yes
Information shown: surname,forename
Order of information: Undefined
- Non-Combat Deaths
Materials: Marble and alabaster
- Listing information
- This memorial is not currently listed. Find out how to nominate this memorial for inclusion on the National Heritage List for England
- More about listing and the protection of historic places can be found on the Historic England website
- Trust fund/Scholarship
Purpose: Unknown or N/A
- ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL by BURMAN, PETER P. 144 Source: Image Library NIWM
- St Paul's Cathedral Inventory Inv no.2368
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