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- UPPER TABLET IS FORMED OF A RECTANGULAR WHITE MARBLE TABLET WITH RECESSED SIDES SURMOUNTED BY A TRIANGULAR PEDIMENT ON A MOULDED CORNICE. BELOW IT IS A SMALLER RECTANGULAR WHITE MARBLE TABLET. BOTH TABLETS ARE MOUNTED ONTO THE SAME BLACK MARBLE BACKBOARD. INCISED INSCRIPTION ON BOTH IN PAINTED BLACK LETTERING. FIELD GUN CARVED IN RELIEF ON THE PEDIMENT OF THE UPPER TABLET.
- UPPER TABLET: SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF/ JOHN BARRON,/ 2ND. LIEUT. 1ST. HEAVY ARTILLERY BRIGADE,/ WHO DIED OF ENTERIC FEVER/ AT FORT FAREHAM, APRIL 5TH 1907,/ AGED 21 YEARS./ TO THE DEEP REGRET OF HIS/ BRITHER OFFICERS LOWER TABLET: ALSO OF/ (NURSE) LILIAN DERHAM/ WHO ATTENDED HIM IN HIS ILLNESS,/ AND DIED OF THE SAME DISEASE,/ ON THE 29TH APRIL 1907.
- Inscription legible?
- Non-Combat Deaths
Total names on memorial: 4
Served and returned: 2
Exact count: no
Information shown: rank,year died,regiment,place of death,forename,manner of death,age of death
Order of information: Undefined
- Non-Combat Deaths
Measurements: depth 60MM, height 690MM, width 640MM
Materials: Marble - White
Measurements: depth 25MM, height 1015MM, width 790MM
- Listing information
- Trust fund/Scholarship
Purpose: Unknown or N/A
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