Memorial Details

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Memorial

Plaque Ingram-Johnson 1915 St. George

Reference

S129.06

Place

SOUTH MOOR

Map ref

NZ 189519

Original Location

St.George’s Church, Park Road. In chancel, on north east wall.

Which war

1914-18

Dedication, Creation or Publication date

Unveiled 23rd January 1916; dedicated by Rev. J. Hudson-Barker, M.A., B.D., Rural Dean

Memorial Description

Plaque in wood frame. There is a border of leaves. At centre top is a cross. Lettering is a mix of Gothic, Roman and sans serif.

Materials used

Brass

Inscription

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Sacred
To the Loving Memory of
Reginald James Theodore,
Second Lieutenant 3rd D.L.I,
elder son of R.E. and F.A. Ingram-Johnson,
Who died of wounds and was buried in France
10th July 1915. Aged 20 years
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“Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends”

R.I.P.

Names

See above

Sculptor, Artist or Designer

Edward H. Thew, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Notes

1. 2nd Lieut. Ingram-Johnson was a former medical student and the elder of two sons.

Lieut. Ingram-Johnson is remembered at South Moor S129.02; in St.Luke’s Chapel, Newcastle, NUT051; in Medical School, Newcastle NUT066; There is also an R.G.T. Ingram-Johnson in NUT147

Newspaper cuttings, photos or archival material

Photo: Judi Owens

Consett Guardian 28/01/1916 reports unveiling with photo of 2nd Lt. Ingram-Johnson.

The Monumental Brasses of County Durham William Lack, H. Martin Stuchfield and Philip Whittemore 2002 ISBN 095 4327101

External web link

Links to Source Material :

Research acknowledgements

Dorothy Hall; Judi Owens

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Plaque Ingram-Johnson 1915 St. George (S129.06)

 
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