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- NOWY-HEADED WHITE MARBLE INSCRIPTION TABLET SET WITHIN AN ORNATE ALABASTER FRAME. INSCRIPTION TABLET FLANKED BY TWO BLACK MARBLE COLUMNS SUPPORTING A BLACK MARBLE FRIEZE AND AND ORNATE BROKEN-NECKED PEDIMENT. COLUMNS SUPPORTED BY A BRACKET WITH MARBLE FACING BETWEEN COLOURED FAMILY CREST AT THE TOP CENTRE OF THE FRAME AND COLOURED REGIMENTAL CREST AT THE BOTTOM CENTRE OF THE FRAME
- SACRED/ TO THOSE VIRTUES WHICH ADORN A CHRISTIAN AND A/ SOLDIER. THIS MONUMENT ERECTED BY PUBLIC/ DONATIONS, PERPETUATES THE MEMORY OF/ LIEUT-COLONEL PERCY ARCHER CLIVE OF WHITFIELD/ ELDEST SON OF MEYSEY AND LADY KATHERINE CLIVE/ BORN IN 1873 AND EDUCATED AT ETON AND SANDHURST/ HE REPRESENTED SOUTH HEREFORDSHIRE IN PARLIAMENT/ FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. HE WAS ALSO A DEPUTY LIEUTENANT/ JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND A COUNTY ALDERMAN. IN HIS/ PUBLIC LIFE HE WAS COURAGEOUS, NOBLE HEARTED AND/ SELF SACRIFICING AND HE DIED A GALLANT DEATH IN THE/ CAUSE OF FREEDOM. HE ENTERED THE GRENADIER GUARDS/ IN 1891, SERVED WITH DISTINCTION IN THE NIGER FIELD/ FORCE 1898, IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN 1899-1901,/ AND THROUGHOUT THE GREAT WAR UNTIL THE DAY OF/ HIS DEATH. DURING THE GREAT WAR HE WAS FIRST A/ COMPANY COMMANDER IN HIS OLD BATTALION OF THE EAST/ YORKSHIRE REGIMENT AND LASTLY THE 5TH BATTALION/ LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS. HE WAS TWICE MENTIONED/ IN DESPATCHES CREATED A CHEVALIER OF THE LEGION/ OF HONOUR AND AWARDED THE CROIX DE GUERRE/ TWICE WOUNDED HE RECOVERED AND WAS KILLED/ AT THE VILLAGE OF BUCQUOY 5TH APRIL 1918/ IN THE ACT OF RESCUING A WOUNDED COMRADE./ "ALL HE HAD HOPED FOR, ALL HE HAD, HE GAVE -/ TO SAVE MANKIND, HIMSELF HE SCORNED TO SAVE"
- Inscription legible?
- Names on memorial
- Clive, Percy Archer
- First World War (1914-1918)
Total names on memorial: 1
Served and returned: Undefined
Exact count: no
Information shown: rank,year died,regiment,place of death,forename,manner of death,age of death,relationships,occupation,additional,decorations
Order of information: Undefined
- First World War (1914-1918)
Materials: Marble - Black
Materials: Marble - White
- Listing information
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- Lt Col Percy Archer-Clive
- WMO ID: 262661
- Condition: Good [last updated on 08-04-2019]
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- Trust fund/Scholarship
Purpose: Unknown or N/A
- WELLINGTON JOURNAL & SHREWSBURY NEWS by N/A 6, COL 4 Source: Media Library Published:N/A WELLINGTON, SHROPSHIRE
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