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Detail from: Memorial to 158 Squadron by Peter W. Naylor, 2009

Milne Memorial

Summary

     Surmounted by a celtic cross with monogram in the centre.
     The cross (and also possible the church) was built with an endowment from Samuel Milne.1
    

Inscriptions

Front: IN LOVING MEMORY OF / SAMUEL MILNE, / [OF THE GROVE, BURTON JOYCE] / WHO ENTERED INTO REST, MARCH 21ST 1877, / IN THE 50TH YEAR OF HIS AGE. / 'WHERE I AM, THERE SHALL ALSO MY SERVANT BE.' / ALSO OF / LYDIA MATILDA, / WIFE OF THE ABOVE / WHO DIED ON FEBRUARY 13TH 1911. / AGED 83 YEARS. Right facing: LYDIA GERTRUDE / MILNE, / ELDEST DAUGHTER OF / SAMUEL MILNE, / DIED MARCH 30TH 1949, / AGED 93. Left facing: JOSEPH NEWSOM MILNE, / BELOVED HUSBAND OF / CATHERINE MILNE, / DIED OCT. 14TH 1919. / ALSO OF THE ABOVE NAMED / CATHERINE MILNE, / DIED NOV. 2ND 1933. / ALSO / HANNAH LOUISA MILNE, / DIED MARCH 29TH 1945.

Contributor details

Contributor Role
Gibson, None Stonemason

Element details

Part of work Material Dimensions
Cross stone H 30cms x W 91cms x D 91cms
Base stone H 61cms x W 56cms
Overall stone H 350cms

PMSA recording information

Reference Region
SB0007 NM
General condition Good
Surface condition
  • Abrasions, cracks, splits
  • Biological growth
  • Surface spalling, crumbling
Structural condition
  • Other
Vandalism
  • None
Road Lambley Lane
Precise location United Reformed Church
A-Z ref 163 3F
OS ref SK642441
Date of design None
Year of unveiling c.1910
Unveiling details None
Commissioned by Member of Milne family
Duty of care United Reformed Church?
Listing status Not listed
At risk? No known risk

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