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Grasmere (Chancel E. hatchment of widow). Arms of Fleming with Badge of Ulster, thereon inescultcheon 41y 1. Fleming; 2. Howard; 3. Brotherton; .4. Warren (i.e. Sir Daniel Fleming Bart and Anne Frederica Elizabeth his wife, nee le Fleming).


Grasmere (In. hatchment). Crest and Arms of Fleming, with helmet and Ulster’s Badge. Motto: Resurgam. On inescutcheon 41y grand quarters. 1. and 4. 1. Howard; 2. Brotherton; 3. Warren; 4. Mowbray; 2. and 3. 1. and 4. or.. chief. sa 3. escallops of field; 2. and 3. or., fess checky ar. and az. in chief, chevron gu. (Grahme. Coll. Arms: C. 39 2nd cal. 21, i.e. Graham of Netherby).


Kendal (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.


Kendal 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.