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Large stone memorial set on 3 base plinths.|
Pedestal set on plinths, square at base but carved to octagon on top.
Tall column rising from pedestal with stone crucifix above. Pointed topped roof to crucifix.
Inscriptions on all 4 faces of pedestal.
Crest with a banner, a lion in a shield above the banner and a crown above the lion. At top of crest a bird holding a horseshoe.
Castle carved in a square emblem, surrounded by leaves and one key at the base.
Inscription above castle in emblem.
Inscription below castle in emblem.
4 lines of inscription at base of pedestal.
ALEXANDER MOULTRIE WALLACE [_______] [______]
4 lines of inscription at upper part of pedestal.
& the life Whosoever
[_____] & believeth in
me shall never die.
2 lines on lower part.
a man lay down his life for his friends
Emblem, probably military insignia. XIVII in a circle with crown above.
CYRIL WALTER WALLACE Lieutenant
Forty seventh Sikhs killed in action in
Mesopotamia 8th March 1916 Aged 25
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