Memorial Details

NEWMP Memorial Image
Photo: John Dixon

Memorial

Plaque Drummond 1918 St. Mary & St. Stephen

Reference

W128.12

Place

WOLSINGHAM

Map ref

NZ 073373

Original Location

Church of St. Mary and St. Stephen, Church Lane.

Which war

1914-18

Memorial Description

Plaque of light marble mounted on black marble pattress 24 inches high x 30 inches wide. At centre top is “ XX Omnia Audax” (?“Bold in everything”). Lettering is in a variety of fonts, upper and lower case with the quotation in sans serif italic upper case.

Materials used

Light marble plaque on black marble pattress.

Inscription

XX
“Omnia Audax”
In Loving Memory of
2nd Lieut. Harry Drummond,
17th Battalion, The Lancashire Fusiliers,
youngest and dearly beloved son of
Henry & Elizabeth Drummond,
who was killed in action on
his twentieth birthday, Oct. 31st 1918
and was buried near Coutrai, Belgium.

“Faithful unto death”

Names

See above

Notes

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photos: John and Mavis Dixon

Source of quotation
“ Faithful unto death” Revelation 2 v 10

External web link

Research acknowledgements

John and Mavis Dixon

Research In Progress

Ken Heatherington has researched the names on the local memorials. His research is available at Weardale Museum and High House Chapel, Ireshopeburn Co Durham DL13 1HD. www.weardalemuseum.org.uk Opening Hours 2pm - 5pm, Easter and Bank Holidays, May, June, July, Sept, and October (Wednesday to Sunday inclusive). Every afternoon in August. Contact ken.heatherington@btinternet.com

Plaque Drummond 1918 St. Mary & St. Stephen (W128.12)

 
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Parish Notes

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