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Coxwold parish:

Coxwold, Memorial Plaque transcription:

The Wombwell Memorial Plaque in St. Michael's Church, Coxwold.

To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of
Stephen Frederick 2nd son of Sir George and Lady Jane Wombwell,
Captain of 9th Company [Yorkshire Hussars], 3rd Battalion Imperial Yeomanry who Died at Vryburg
1st February 1901, aged 33, while Fighting for his Country in South Africa.

These Windows are Erected by a few of his Friends

Gervase Beckett Charles Eric Hambro M.P. Henry Oppenheim
Rupert Beckett The Viscount Helmsley The Earl of Ronaldshay
Walter Spencer Morgan Burns Christopher Heseltine The Lord Herbert Scott D.S.O.
The Marquis Camden Godfrey Heseltine Archibald Francis Fletcher Smith
The Viscount Castlereagh Charles Richard Hoare Launcelot Grey Hugh Smith
Richard Frederick Cavendish M.P. The Lord Leconfield Owen Hugh Smith
Victor Christian William Cavendish M.P. The Duke of Marlborough Vivian Hugh Smith
H H Prince Frederick Duleep Singh Frederick Graham Menzies The Honorable Reginald Villiers
Edward Charles Grenfell Marcus Henry Milner The Viscount Villiers
The Honorable Ivor Churchill Guest The Viscount Milton M.P. D.S.O. Charles Sofer Whitburn

Data transcribed by
Jack Parry.
from photography by Colin Hinson