LEAVING CHELTENHAM ..............and all that was dear

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Cheltenham Roll of Honour of the Great War

Cheltonians Commemorated on the Inns of Court OTC Memorial

Location: Berkhamsted Common, Herts

Grid Reference:  TL 005092

Unveiled:    Circa 1920

Cheltonians commemorated by the Memorial: 11

Visited: 

UKNIWM Ref:   2815

 

 

Copyright:  Mr David James, April 2005.

 

Inscriptions on this War Memorial IN MEMORY OF THE INNS OF/ COURT OFFICERS TRAINING/ CORPS WHO IN THIS NEIGHBOUR/ HOOD TRAINED OVER TWELVE/ THOUSAND MEN TO SERVE/ AS COMMISSIONED OFFICERS/ IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918/ AND IN AFFECTIONATE/ REMEMBRANCE OF THE TWO/ THOUSAND WHO GAVE THEIR/ LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY/ THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED/ BY MEMBERS AND FRIENDS/ OF THE CORPS/ SALUS POPULI SUPREMA LEX (Base): NEAR THIS SPOT LIE THE ASHES OF/ LIEUT COL F H L ERRINGTON CB VD/ WHO SERVED THE CORPS FOR 36 YEARS/ AND WAS ITS LOVED AND HONOURED/ COMMANDER: 1913-1916

"Cheltonians" who died whilst serving with the Rifle Brigade

 

TERRY, Charles Warwick

 

Notes:

1.   Full service details of this man can be viewed here.

 

 

 

Page last amended:   21st February 2018

 

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