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Memorial details

Memorial type
Window
District
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Town
Newcastle Upon Tyne
County
Tyne And Wear
Country
England
Commemoration
Boer War; Second (1899-1902)
Lost
Not lost
WM Reference
48419
Current location

In the North Aisle
St Nicholas' Cathedral
St Nicholas' Churchyard
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Tyne And Wear
NE1 1PF
England

OS Grid Ref: NZ 24969 64013
Denomination: Church of England

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Description
Three light stained glass window, depicting Saints Hubert and Matin with Emperor Constantine in the centre. Across the bottom are (fron L to R) the arms of County Durham, Northumberland and Newcastle upon Tyne held by Angels Below the window is a dedicatory brass plaque with inscription in enamelled black lettering mounted onto a black backboard.
Inscription
SOUTH AFRICA 1900-2/ TO THE GLORY OF GOD: THIS WINDOW IS ERECTED IN COMMEMORATION OF THE DISTINGUISHED SERVICES OF THE/ NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM IMPERIAL YEOMANRY IN SOUTH AFRICA: AND IN MEMORY OF THE UNDERMENTIONED/ NINETY-FOUR NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND MEN OF THE CORPS WHO LOST THEIR LIVES DURING THE CAMPAIGN./ (NAMES)/ A NOMINAL ROLL OF THE 2254 OFFICERS AND MEN OF THE IMPERIAL YEOMANRY WHO VOLUNTEERED THEIR SERVICES AT NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE IS DEPOSITED IN THE CATHEDRAL ARCHIVES
Inscription legible?
yes
Names on memorial
Ankers, C. H.
Appleby, J. W.
Bainbridge, J. C.
Bell, A.
Bell, J.
Bishop, N. M.
Blow, F. F.
Bogan, E.
Bowman, R. N.
Brown, T. W.
See details for all 94 names
Commemorations
  • Boer War; Second (1899-1902)
    Total names on memorial: 94
    Served and returned: 0
    Died: 94
    Exact count: yes
    Information shown: Surname, initials of forenames, rank (if above Private), regiment
    Order of information: Rank, then by surname
Components
  • Backboard
    Measurements: Undefined
    Materials: Stone
  • Plaque
    Measurements: Undefined
    Materials: Brass
  • Window
    Measurements: Undefined
    Materials: Stained Glass
Listing information
Condition
History
C 1992: THE NOMINAL ROLL CANNOT BE LOCATED AT THE MOMENT
Trust fund/Scholarship
No
Purpose: Unknown or N/A
Reference

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