Derbyshire War Memorials
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Memorial Title

Tpr R Brown

Summary
Derbyshire War Memorials: a description of a WW1 war memorial window to Tpr Reginald Brown at the United Church of All Saints, Stanley Common, Derbyshire.
Images
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Further images may be available on request.
Locations
Last known location:
United Church of All Saints
Belper Rd (A609)
Stanley Common
Derbyshire
Nearest postcode:
DE7 6FS

NGR:
SK 41497 42376
(From online digital mapping.)
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Location details:
The memorial is in the east window of the church.
Type
Overall type: Window.


Overall condition: Fair. The inscription is legible and the memorial is cared for.

Description:

A stained glass window comprising the central light of the east window. The pointed arch light depicts St George in armour, wearing white robes and carrying a sword, dagger, lance and shield. At his feet are a green dragon, a white ribbon bearing his name and a white shield bearing the badge of the 10th Hussars. At the foot of the light is a panel bearing the inscription in white sentence case decorative lettering.

Glossary
Components:

Component Material Height Width Depth Condition
Window Stained glass c1800 c600 - Fair
Dimensions in millimetres ±5mm unless stated otherwise.
Inscription
To the glory of God and in loving memory
of Trooper Reginald Brown 10th. Royal Hussars
killed in action June 10th. 1917 aged 22 years
Conflicts and people named:
Conflict First World War (1914-1919) Totals
Action
Number died 1 1
Number served and returned 0 0
Total names 1 1
Administration
Custodian: Presumed to be the Parochial Church Council

Local authorities:
From WW1: Stanley Parish Council; Shardlow Rural District Council; Derbyshire County Council.
From 1974: Stanley and Stanley Common Parish Council; Erewash Borough Council; Derbyshire County Council.
History
13th December, 2013: The memorial was surveyed by Roy Branson and Alan Willmot. It was in fair condition and well cared for.
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