Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks [A Description of Its Reconstruction]

Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks [A Description of Its Reconstruction]

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...Coldstream Guards, 1812 to 1840. D. D. His Son, Lieut.-colonel Henry Armytage. Coldstream Guards, 1847 to 1870, Who served throughout the Crimean Campaign, 1854-6. At the end of each Bench a Panel has been cut, into which similar Brass Plates may be fixed. Those already placed in the Nave, are inscribed as follows, together with the Armorial Bearings of the Officers named, who have either given, or in whose Memory has been given, the cost of the Bench: --Lieut.-colonel GEORGE AUGUSTUS, THIRD VISCOUNT HOWE. 1st Guards, 1745-57. Killed at Ticonderoga, July 5th, 1758. D. D. Lieut.-general Richard William Penn, Third Earl Howe, Late Grenadier Guards. Colonel The Hon..PHILIP JAMES COCKS. Born December 2nd, 1774; died April 1st, 1857. 1st Guards, 1790-1809. Commanded the 1st Battalion at the Battle of Corunna. D.D. His Surviving Sons, 1879. Colonel CHARLES PARKER ELLIS. 1st Guards, February, 1811, to March, 1826. D.D. Colonel Arthur Ellis, C. S. T., Late Grenadier Guards. General The Right Hon. Sir WILLIAM KNOLLYS, K.C.B. 3rd Regiment of Guards, 1813-31. Scots Fusilier Guards, 1831-53. General THOMAS WOOD. Grenadier Guards, October, 1827, to January, 1858. D.D. Thomas Wood, Esq., Grenadier Guards. THOMAS LLOYD FITZHUGH. Ensign and Lieutenant Grenadier Guards, January, 1838, to November, 1842. Surgeon-major JAMES JOHN MAJORIBANKS WARDKOP. Grenadier Guards, 1848-71. D.D. General Charles Hogart, C.B.; Lieut.-colonel James Mccaul Hogart, C.B. Colonel P. Smith, Grenadier Guards. Lieut.-colonel CHARLES FRANCIS SEYMOUR. Scots Fusilier Guards. Killed at Inkerman, November 5th, 1854. D.D. General Sir Henry De Bathe, Bart., 89th Regiment, Late Scots Fusilier Guards. Surgeon-major JOHN WYATT, C.B. Coldstream Guards, from April 1st, 1853, to April 3rd, 1874. D.D...show more

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  • Paperback | 40 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 91g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236606264
  • 9781236606266