United Kingdom National Inventory of War Memorials
 The Imperial War Museum

Capt Sir M A R Cholmeley Bt - Window

Our Ref: 48896

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Address

ST PETERS CHURCH
GLENTHAM
LINCOLNSHIRE
England
 
Type:Window
Denomination:Church of England
OS Map Ref:TF 003 905

Inscription

FOR KING AND COUNTRY TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN EVER LOVING MEMORY OF MONTAGUE AUBREY ROWLEY CHOLMELEY, 4TH BART. OF EASTON, GRANTHAM AND MONTAGUE PLACE, LINCOLN, CAPTAIN IN THE GRENADIER GUARDS, BORN 12TH JUNE 1876, KILLED IN ACTION NEAR FESTUBERT, FRANCE ON CHRISTMAS EVE 1914. THIS WINDOW IS PLACED HERE BY HIS WIFE JANETTA.
(EXACT LINE SPACING UNKNOWN)

Components

ComponentMaterial(s)HeightWidthDepthCondition
WindowSTAINED GLASS3225MM1700MM Good

Physical Description

THREE LIGHT STAINED GLASS WINDOW WITH TRACERY LIGHTS. FIGURE DEPICTED IN THE CENTRE LIGHT AND SHIELDS DEPICTED IN THE LEFT AND RIGHT HAND LIGHTS. INSCRIPTION AT THE BASE OF THE WINDOW.

FIGURE OF A KNIGHT WITH A BANNER IS DEPICTED IN THE CENTRE LIGHT

Wars Commemorated & People Remembered

WarFirst World War (1914-1918)
Total names on memorial:1
Served & Returned0
Died1
Is this an exact count?Yes, an exact count
How are the names ordered?Not known
What information is listed on the memorial? surname, rank, year died, regiment, place of death, forename, manner of death, age of death, relationships, additional
Do we hold a list of names on the memorial?Yes

Maintenance

Are the letters difficult to read?No
Who is responsible for the memorial?

Maintenance History:

Ceremonies

Not known

Sponsorships

Sponsorship Type: Private
Did this include a trust or scholarship?No
Did this include a roll of honour?NOT APPLICABLE
Cost of Site:Not known
Cost of Memorial:Not known
Comments on Costs:

Craftsmen

NameOccupation
Christopher W WhallDesigner

References

Co-ordinator's Comments:

PRINTED COPY OF SCANNED IMAGE ONLY

Comments: 
Photographs:1
Other Documents:None
Form / Letter:F
Negatives:No
Drawings / Plans:No
Minutes:No
Publication NameAuthorDate PublishedPage / DateOther Information
The Aristocracy and the Great WarGerald Gliddon2002p.232