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Ryde Cemetery

Mr Percy Harry Stanley Barrow (Colonel)

Title: Mr
Forenames: Percy Harry Stanley
Surnames: Barrow
Date of Birth: 15/10/1848
Date of Death: 13/01/1886
Grave Type: Marked
Military Rank: Colonel
Map Reference Number: RSHG 021 A3/B3
Plot Number: Ryde Old Cemetery Section B Plots 166 & 167
Grave Description: Cross raised up on five plinths

Grave Condition Description: Very worn leaded lettering

Other Information: This is a memorial to Percy Barrow, his remains are buried at Saltwood Churchyard, nr Hythe, Kent. For more information
see the "Cheltenham College Register" file under documents

Old Website Grave ID: 5327

Inscription:

(top plinth)
ALICE LOUISA PEMBERTON

(2nd plinth)
WIFE OF CAPT R B PEMBERTON RE
ELDEST DAUGHTER OF COL L BARROW CB

(3rd plinth)
BORN 30th JAN 1842 DIED 22nd MARCH 1868

"I AM THE RESURRECTION AND THE LIFE"

(4th plinth)
ALSO OF PERCY HARRY STANLEY BARROW CB
COLONEL 19th (PRINCESS OF WALES OWN) HUSSARS
SECOND SON OF LIEUT GENERAL BARROW CB
BORN OCT 15th 1848 DIED AT CAIRO JAN 13th 1886

AND SEYMOUR DUNCAN BARROW COL 10th BENGAL LANCERS
DIED AT SEA ON THE 12th DECEMBER 1886 AGED 42 YEARS

(5th plinth)
ALSO IN MEMORY OF
LOUSADA BARROW CD MAJOR GENERAL M S C
SOMETIME CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF OUDH
BORN 22nd FEB DIED 1st OCT 1877

Photographs:

Janette Gregson
Barrow & Pemberton (May 2008)
Photographer: Janette Gregson
Janette Gregson
Barrow & Pemberton (May 2008)
Photographer: Janette Gregson
Tim Welstead
Plaque in All Saints Church (transcript in documents)
Photographer: Tim Welstead

Related Documents:

PDF file: Death; Obituary; Funeral.
''The death, obituary and funeral details from the IW Observer, as reported in the Standard.''
PDF file: Article from a Cairo correspondent
PDF file: Extract from the Cheltenham College Register 1841-1889
PDF file: Obituary
PDF file: Transcription from the Plaque in All Saints' Church

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