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St Matthew's Church, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia

Wall tablet in Hawkesbury, New South Wales dedicated to Captain William Blake RN d. 1874

Location

St Matthew's Church, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia

Transcript

'SACRED TO THE BELOVED MEMORY OF / CAPTAIN WILLIAM HANS BLAKE, ROYAL NAVY, / YOUNGEST SON OF THE LATE COMMANDER GEORGE HANS BLAKE, R.N., / BORN 23, MARCH 1832, DIED 27.JANUARY 1874, AT CAPE COAST CASTLE, WEST COAST OF AFRICA, FROM THE EFFECTS / OF CLIMATE, BROUGHT ON BY EXCESSIVE EXERTION AND EXPOSURE, WHEN IN COMMAND OF THE NAVAL / BRIGADE, WHILE ON THE MARCH TO COOMASSIE, DURING THE ASHANTEE WAR OF 1873-4. / THIS GALLANT OFFICER ENTERED THE ROYAL NAVY IN 1846, AS NAVAL CADET ON BOARD H.M.S.'HOUND', / IN WHICH VESSEL, BOTH AS CADET AND MIDSHIPMAN HE WAS EMPLOYED ON THE WEST COAST OF AFRICA IN THE / SUPPRESSION OF THE SLAVE TRADE, EVENTUALLY PROCEEDING IN HER TO THE WEST INDIES WHERE HE ALSO SERVED / IN H.M.SHIPS 'ALARM' AND 'IMAUM' - BEING ATTACHED TO THE 'BERMUDA' SCHOONER, A SAILING TENDER OF THE/LATTER - UNTIL THE END OF 1850, IN NOVEMBER OF WHICH YEAR HE JOINED H.M.S.'ALBION' AND WAS EMPLOYED / ON THE MEDITERRANEAN STATION. ON THE 29.OCTOBER 1852, WHILE IN THE 'ALBION' HE PASSED HIS EXAMINATION / FOR A LIEUTENANT WITH GREAT CREDIT AND CONTINUED TO SERVE IN HER AS ACTING MATE UNTIL MARCH 1854, WHEN/HE WAS APPOINTED TO H.M.S.'DUKE OF WELLINGTON' FLAG SHIP IN THE BALTIC, DURING THE WAR WITH RUSSIA. IN/SEPTEMBER 1854, HE WAS PROMOTED TO THE RANK OF LIEUTENANT AND TRANSFERRED TO H.M.S.'EDINBURGH' IN / WHICH SHIP HE COMMANDED A ROCKET BOAT AT THE BOMBARDMENT OF SWEABORG IN AUGUST 1855, AND WAS / GAZETTED IN DESPATCHES 'AS MAINTAINING HIS POSITION WITH STEADY GALLANTRY UNDER A SMART FIRE OF / BURSTING SHELL'. ON BEING PAID OFF FROM THE 'EDINBURGH' IN JUNE 1856, HE JOINED H.M.S.'EXCELLENT' / WHENCE HE WAS IN NOVEMBER 1857, TRANSFERRED TO H.M.S.'CAMBRIAN', AND PROCEEDED IN HER TO CHINA / WHERE HE WAS MOST ACTIVELY ENGAGED DURING THE EARLIER PERIOD OF THE CHINA WAR AND EARNED THE / HIGH COMMENDATION OF HIS SUPERIORS. FROM THE 'CAMBRIAN' HE JOINED IN JANUARY 1859, H.M.S.'NIGER' AND / PROCEEDED IN HER TO NEW ZEALAND WHERE HE SAW MUCH HARD SERVICE AT THE OUTBREAK OF THE / MAORI WAR, AND WAS AS SENIOR LIEUTENANT OF THE 'NIGER' WHEN ON SHORE IN COMMAND OF THE PARTY OF / SEAMEN, DESPERATELY WOUNDED AT WAIREKA TARANAKI BY A GUN-SHOT WOUND IN THE BREAST WHICH UP TO THE TIME OF HIS LAMENTED / DEATH CAUSED HIM MUCH SUFFERING, THE BULLET HAVING LODGED NEAR THE HEART, AND BEING ONLY EXTRACTED AT THE POST- / MORTEM EXAMINATION HELD ON HIS REMAINS AT CAPE COAST CASTLE. FOR HIS CONSPICUOUS BRAVERY IN NEW ZEALAND HE RECEIVED / HIS PROMOTION TO THE RANK OF COMMANDER, AND WAS FOR HIS WOUND AWARDED A PENSION FOR LIFE. FROM JANUARY 1863, TO / MARCH 1865, HE COMMANDED H.M.S.'ALECTO' ON THE SOUTH AMERICAN STATION; FROM APRIL 1865 TO MAY 1866, H.M.S.'MUTINE' ON / THE PACIFIC STATION, WHERE HE MORE THAN ONCE RECEIVED THE THANKS OF HIS COUNTRYMEN FOR THE PROTECTION HE AFFORDED / TO BRITISH INTERESTS. FROM JUNE 1866 TO DECEMBER 1867, HE COMMANDED H.M.S.'FALCON' ON THE AUSTRALIAN STATION, WHENCE HE / RETURNED TO ENGLAND, HAVING BEEN PROMOTED TO THE RANK OF CAPTAIN ON THE 14.SEPTEMBER 1867. IN APRIL 1873, HE WAS / APPOINTED TO H.M.S.'DRUID' ON THE WEST COAST OF AFRICA, WHERE HE TOOK A MOST PROMINENT AND ACTIVE PART IN THE ASHANTEE / WAR, AND ON THE MARCH TO COOMASSIE BEING DETERMINED UPON, HE WAS FROM HIS HIGH PROFESSIONAL ABILITIES, SELECTED TO / ORGANIZE AND COMMAND THE NAVAL BRIGADE WITH WHICH HE MARCHED FROM CAPE COAST CASTLE TO PRASHU WITHOUT A SINGLE / MAN FALLING OUT, SO STRONGLY HAD HE IMBUED THOSE UNDER HIM WITH HIS OWN INDOMITABLE SPIRIT. LEAVING A FEW MEN TO GUARD / STORES AT PRASHU, HE, AT THE HEAD OF THE REMAINING PORTION OF HIS BRIGADE HAD THE HONOR OF BEING THE FIRST OF THE COMBINED / FORCES TO CROSS THE RIVER PRAH, BEYOND WHICH HE PROCEEDED SEVEN MILES, BUT ON HIS RETURN TO PRASHU AFTER THIS ARDUOUS / MARCH TO AWAIT REINFORCEMENTS AND JOIN THE BRITISH TROOPS HE WAS STRUCK DOWN WITH VIOLENT AFRICAN FEVER, AND AFTER / HEROICALLY BUT VAINLY STRUGGLING AGAINST ITS MASTERY, HE WAS COMPELLED FROM UTTER PROSTRATION TO RESIGN HIS COMMAND AND / WAS CARRIED FROM PRASHU DOWN TO CAPE COAST CASTLE, WHERE HE EXPIRED ON THE 27.JANUARY 1874, ON BOARD H.M.S.'VICTOR / EMANUEL' AND WAS BURIED ON SHORE THE SAME DAY WITH THE HONORS DUE TO HIS RANK. THUS WAS ADDED TO THE LONG AND /I MPERISHABLE ROLL OF PAST GALLANT NAVAL OFFICERS, ONE, WHOSE HIGH PROFESSIONAL CHARACTER, EQUALLY WITH / HIS NOBLE AND GENTLE QUALITIES, MADE HIM SO BELOVED IN LIFE AND AND SO DEEPLY LAMENTED IN DEATH. / THIS TABLET IS ERECTED TO THE BEST OF HUSBANDS AND FATHERS, BY HIS / SORROWING WIDOW. / BLESSED ARE THE DEAD WHICH DIE IN THE LORD FROM HENCEFORTH; YEA, SAITH THE SPIRIT, / THAT THEY MAY REST FROM THEIR LABOURS; AND THEIR WORKS DO FOLLOW THEM . / REV.XIV.13.'

Details

Description: In relief above the inscription a foul anchor with the chain wrapped round a cross.

Wall tablet in Hawkesbury, New South Wales dedicated to William Blake. d. 1874
Type: Wall tablet
Position: East end
Materials: Marble
Artists: Gaffin & Co
Vessel: HMS Alarm; HMS Imaum; HMS Albion; HMS Duke of Wellington; HMS Edinburgh; HMS Excellent; HMS Cambria; HMS Alecto; HMS Mutine; HMS Falcon; HMS Druid; HMS Victor Emanuel

Event

Crimea War, Second China War, Second New Zealand War, Ashantee War.

Event Category

19th century conflicts in Asia, 19th century conflicts in Africa

People

Blake, William Hans
Age: 41
Date of Death: 27/1/1874
Cause of Death: Infectious disease
Rank / Occupation: Captain RN
Organisation: Royal Navy

Extra

Bibliography: www.hawkesbury.net.au

Damside Street, Lancaster, Lancashire, England

Memorial sculpture in Damside Street, Lancaster, Lancashire  commemorating victims of the slave trade

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Location

Damside Street, Lancaster, Lancashire, England

Transcript

'Captured Africans / Ships Master depart Africans / 'Expedition' Strangeways, James 1745 188 / 'Jolly Batchelor' Hinde, Thomas 1749 154 / 'Africa' Hinde, Thomas 1752 170 / 'Barlborough' Millerson, Richard 1754 140 / 'Lancaster' Paley, Thomas 1756 90 / 'Castleton' Tindall, Henry 1756 120 [?] / 'Gambia' Dodson, Robert 1756 180 / 'Cato' Millerson, Richard 1756 360 / 'Thetis' Preston, John 1759 212 / 'Molly' Denison, William 1760 228 / 'Marquis of Danby' Dodson, Robert 1762 240 / 'Eagle' Millerson, Richard 1762 270 / 'Norfolk' Nunnes, Isaac 1763 202 / 'King Tom' Read, John 1764 230 / 'Antelope' Paley, Thomas 1764 150 / 'Phoebe' Macky 1764 296 / 'Prince George' Addison, John 1766 160 / 'Stanley' Abson, John 1773 160 / 'Nelly' Maychell, James 1774 250 / 'Sally' Sawrey, James 1775 153 / 'Old England' Garnet, John 1783 181 / 'Johns' Nunns, John 1806 280' '.

Details

Description: Peakamoor stone in the shape of a ships bow with decks made out of clear acrylic with the words ‘wealth', 'rum', 'mahogany', 'cotton', 'sugar' and 'slaves' written on them. The top with inlaid coins, the bottom with the plan of the slave ship 'Brookes'. The acrylic blocks attached by steel bars to a stone slab and steel plate with the details of twenty Lancaster voyages detailing captains, names of ships, number of slaves embarked. This on a plinth with an inlaid mosaic of the Atlantic Triangular Trade that has on it, moulded figures of slaves.
Type: Sculpture
Position: Near the quay
Materials: stone, acrylic, steel with brass figures
Date Erected: 2005
Artists: Kevin Dalton Johnson
Vessel: Brookes

Extra

Notes: This memorial to the victims of the slave trade was erected in 2005, under the aegis of the Slave Trade Arts Memorial Project - the first memorial to victims of the slave trade at a British port site.

St Andrew's Church, Rochford, Essex, England

Wall tablet in St Andrew’s Church, Rochford, dedicated to Commander John Lodwick RN d. 1845

Location

St Andrew's Church, Rochford, Essex, England

Transcript

'IN MEMORY OF / JOHN LODWICK, ESQRE / COMMANDER R.N. / ELDEST SON OF / JOHN LODWICK, ESQRE OF ROCHFORD HALL, / AND ANN, HIS WIFE. / HE SERVED HIS COUNTRY WITH DISTINCTION, IN EVERY QUARTER OF THE WORLD, / FOR A PERIOD OF TWENTY YEARS, / AND WAS PROMOTED FOR HIS GALLANTRY / IN AN ENCOUNTER WITH A SLAVE SHIP, / ON THE 12TH JANUARY 1845, / WHEN HE WAS DANGEROUSLY WOUNDED / SHORTLY AFTERWARDS HE FELL A VICTIM / TO THE PESTILENTIAL FEVER / OF THE COAST OF AFRICA, / AND DIED MAY 13TH 1845, / AGED 35 YEARS. / THIS TABLET WAS ERECTED BY A FEW OF HIS FRIENDS, / TO MARK THEIR ADMIRATION AND RESPECT / FOR HIS GALLANT AND TRULY ESTIMABLE CHARACTER'

Details

Type: Wall tablet
Position: Nave south aisle south wall
Materials: Stone, marble

People

Lodwick, John
Age:
Date of Death: 13/5/1845
Cause of Death: Infectious disease
Rank / Occupation: Commander RN
Organisation: Royal Navy

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Westminster Abbey, Westminster, London, England

Memorial in Westminster Abbey, London commemorating William Wragg d. 1777

Location

Westminster Abbey, Westminster, London, England

Transcript

'SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF WILLIAM WRAGG ESQ OF SOUTH CAROLINA WHO WHEN THE / AMERICAN COLONIES REVOLTED FROM GREAT BRITAIN INFLEXIBLY MAINTAIN'D HIS / LOYALTY TO THE PERSON AND GOVERNMENT OF HIS SOVEREIGN AND WAS THEREFORE / COMPELL'D TO LEAVE HIS DISTREST FAMILY AND AMPLE FORTUNE, IN HIS PASSAGE / TO ENGLAND BY THE WAY OF AMSTERDAM HE WAS UNFORTUNATELY SHIPWRECK'D / AND DROWNED ON THE COAST OF HOLLAND THE 3D DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1777 / IN HIS STRONG NATURAL PARTS AND LOVE OF JUSTICE AND HUMANITY / IMPROVED BY EDUCATION FORMED THE VALUABLE CHARACTER OF A GOOD MAN / AND LEFT THOSE WHO HAVE SURVIVED HIM TO DEPLORE THE LOSS OF A MOST / TENDER HUSBAND, AFFECTIONATE PARENT, KIND MASTER, AND WARM FRIEND. / HIS SORROWING AFFLICTED SISTER IN ENGLAND CAUSED THIS MONUMENT / TO BE ERECTED 1779'

Details

Description: Above the inscription, a sarcophagus on dolphin feet in relief carved with a scene of a shipwreck, the Dutch coast in the background. A mourning female figure in classical dress to one side of it. A scallop shell flanked by dolphins in the pediment of the sarcophagus. Wragg is shown at the stern of the ship. Tom Skene, Wragg's slave, is shown rescuing Wragg's son in the foreground. Both survivors cling to a piece of wreckage.
Type: Monument
Position: South choir aisle
Materials: Marble
Artists: Richard Hayward

Event Category

1775-1783 American Revolutionary War

People

Wragg, William
Age: 63
Date of Death: 3/9/1777
Cause of Death: Vessel Loss
Rank / Occupation: Passenger
Organisation: Unknown

Extra

Notes: Skene was freed by the boy's mother and given land near the Wragg family plantation.

Bibliography: Holgar Hoock 'Empires of the Imagination' pp.76-78.

All Saints Church, Selworthy, Somerset, England

Wall tablet in All Saints Church, Selworthy, Somerset commemorating Commander Charles Acland RN d. 1828

Location

All Saints Church, Selworthy, Somerset, England

Transcript

[Bottom of sarcophagus plinth] 'CHARLES RICHARD DYKE ACLAND / THIRD SON OF SIR THOMAS DYKE ACLAND, BART. / DIED AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE APRIL 23, 1828, / COMMANDER OF H.M.S. HELICON / IN THE THIRTY-FIFTH YEAR OF HIS AGE' [Inscription plate] 'THE BATTLE'S RAGE O'ERWHELMED THEE NOT, NOR OCEANS STORMY WAVE / THOUGH KINDRED TEARS MAY NOT BEDEW THY DISTANT EARTHLY GRAVE; / IN DELAGOA'S FATAL BAY THE FEVER'S BURNING ZONE / TO SAVE THE CAPTIVE'S LIFE FROM BONDS THOU FREELY GAV'ST THINE OWN. / OH NURTUR'D IN THIS QUIET VALE IN JUSTICE, MERCY, TRUTH / HOW WELL THINE AFTER YEARS REDEEMED, THE PROMISE OF THY YOUTH / WITH RECTITUDE OF PURPOSE BLEST, FAITH SIMPLE AND SINCERE, / THE KINDNESS OF A MANLY HEART, THE STRENGTH OF GODLY FEAR / SON, BROTHER, HUSBAND, BEST BELOV'D WE MOURN THEE NOT UNBLEST; / DEAR IS THE HOPE THAT THOU HAST GAIN'D THE HAVEN OF THY REST; / THEIR STEADFAST LOVE WHO WALK IN FAITH NOR DEATH NOR TIME DESTROY, / AND THEY WHO SOW TO GOD IN TEARS, SHALL SURELY REAP IN JOY'

Details

Description: Sarcophagus draped in Union Flag. Rounded pediment with scrolls on the ends.
Type: Wall tablet
Materials: Marble
Artists: Francis Legatt Chantrey
Vessel: HMS Helicon

People

Acland, Charles Richard Dyke
Age: 34
Date of Death: 23/4/1828
Cause of Death: Infectious disease
Rank / Occupation: Commander RN
Organisation: Royal Navy

Extra

Notes: 'Nov 8 1830. Recd. an order from Sir Thomas Acland Bart. and his sister to execute a draped Sarcophagus in memory of Her husband. A Mariner's Sextant to be cut below and the drapery to imitate the British Flag. Price about £200.' Acland died of blackwater fever while on anti-slavery duties.
Bibliography: Alison Yarrington, Ilene D. Lieberman, Alex Potts and Malcolm Baker 'An Edition of the Ledger of Sir Francis Chantrey R.A...', 'The Fifty Sixth Volume of the Walpole Society' p. 262 (1991-1992); Anne Acland 'A Devon Family' (Chichester, 1981).

Church of St Mary of Charity, Faversham, Kent, England

Gravestone at the Church of St Mary of Charity, Faversham, Kent commemorating Michael Greenwood, d.1812.

Location

Church of St Mary of Charity, Faversham, Kent, England

Transcript

‘To / the MEMORY of / MICHAEL GREENWOOD / who died the 9th of / January 1812 / aged 80 YEARS. / November the 29th 1758 / In the 'LITCHFIELD' I was wreck’d / Upon the BARB'RY shore. / And sev'nteen months in slavr’y / I toil'd with many more.'

Details

Type: Gravestone
Position: Churchyard
Vessel: HMS ‘Lichfield'

People

Greenwood, Michael
Age: 80
Date of Death: 9/1/1812
Cause of Death: Unknown
Rank / Occupation:
Organisation:

Extra

Notes: Wrecked in HMS 'Lichfield' in Morocco in 1758 and enslaved. Inscription on the headstone has been recently recut.


Bibliography: David Saunders 'Maritime Memorials & Mementoes' (Yeovil, 1996) p. 47.

All Saints Church, Selworthy, Somerset, England

Memorial at Selworthy to Charles Baldwyn Dyke Acland who died of fever during anti-slave trade operations in 1837.

Location

All Saints Church, Selworthy, Somerset, England

Transcript

'CHARLES BALDWYN DYKE ACLAND,/THIRD SON OF SIR THOMAS AND LADY ACLAND, WAS BORN NOVEMBER 1ST, 1812; /ENTERED THE NAVAL SERVICE IN THE FOURTEENTH YEAR OF HIS AGE ON BOARD / OF H.M.S. HELICON, UNDER THE COMMAND OF HIS UNCLE, CAPTAIN CHARLES ACLAND; / LIKE HIM IN THE CAUSE OF HUMANITY FEARLESSLY EXPOSED HIS LIFE TO THE / DEADLY INFLUENCE OF AFRICAN FEVER; AND SO DIED / FULL OF FAITH AND / HOPE; AND DEVOUT AFFECTION, MAY 10TH, 1837, OFF THE BIGHT OF BENIN, AND / WAS BURIED IN THE ISLAND OF ASCENSION, THIS AFFLICTION WAS MADE KNOWN / TO HIS PARENTS ON THE 17TH DAY OF JULY FOLLOWING / AND ON THE 31ST DAY / OF THE SAME MONTH, IT PLEASED GOD TO REMOVE FROM THE BOSOM OF THEIR/FAMILY, IN THE TENTH YEAR OF HIS LIFE / DUDLEY REGINALD PIKE ACLAND / A GOOD LITTLE BOY, EARLY RIPENED FOR HEAVEN, BY THE MERCY OF HIM, / WHO WOULD HAVE LITTLE CHILDREN TO COME UNTO HIM; / "AND HE TOOK THEM", AND "BLESSED THEM" / THE LORD GAVE, THE LORD HATH TAKEN AWAY. BLESSED BE THE NAME OF THE LORD.'

Details

Description: Draped sarcophagus with two relief portraits. On plinth of sarcophagus a hymn book and sextant.
Type: Wall monument
Materials: Marble
Artists: Francis Legatt Chantrey
Vessel: HMS Helicon; HMS Scout

People

Acland, Charles Baldwin Dyke
Age:
Date of Death: 10/5/1837
Cause of Death: Infectious disease
Rank / Occupation:
Organisation: Royal Navy

Extra

Notes: '1837 Received from Sir Thomas Acland Bart. an order for a draped sarcophagus, large size in memory of Two of his sons, to be a companion to that executed in remembrance of his brother Capt Acland, with two profiles price 200 gns.' Acland died of fever during anti-slavery operations. Charles Baldwin Dyke Acland was commander of HMS 'Scout' at the time of his death.'
Bibliography: Alison Yarrington, Ilene D. Lieberman, Alex Potts and Malcolm Baker 'An Edition of the Ledger of Sir Francis Chantrey R.A...' , 'The Fifty Sixth Volume of the Walpole Society' p. 316 (1991-1992).

Kensal Green Cemetery, Kensal Green, London, England

Memorial at Kensal Green Cemetery, London commemorating Rear-Admiral Henry Dundas Trotter d.1859

Location

Kensal Green Cemetery, Kensal Green, London, England

Transcript

'IN MEMORY OF / HENRY DUNDAS TROTTER / REAR ADMIRAL IN THE ROYAL NAVY / LATE COMMANDER IN CHIEF ON THE / CAPE OF GOOD HOPE STATION / WHO DIED 14th JULY 1859, AGED 56 / IN 1841 HE COMMANDED THE NIGER EXHIBITION / UNDER TAKEN BY HM GOVERNMENT / WITH THE VIEW OF SUPPRESSING THE SLAVE TRADE / BY INTRODUCING LAWFUL COMMERCE AND THE BLESSINGS / OF THE GOSPEL INTO THE INTERIOR OF AFRICA / WHETHER IN ACTIVE SERVICE / OR UNEMPLOYED IN HIS / PROFESSION, HE DEVOTED HIS TALENTS AND ENERGY TO / PROMOTE THE GLORY OF GOD AND THE WELFARE OF MAN / ESPECIALLY IN THE CHRISTIAN CIVILISATION/ OF AFRICA, AND THE MORAL AND RELIGIOUS / IMPROVEMENTS OF THE BRITISH SEAMEN / THE MEMORY OF THE JUST IS BLESSED'

Details

Description: Low monument with flat top.
Type: Monument
Position: 15364/87/RS
Materials: Red Peterhead granite

People

Trotter, Henry Dundas
Age:
Date of Death: 14/7/1859
Cause of Death: Unknown/None
Rank / Occupation: Rear Admiral
Organisation: Royal Navy

Extra

Bibliography: 'Dictionary of National Biography'.

St Peter's Parish Church, Liverpool, England

Memorial at St Peter’s Parish Church, Liverpool commemorating Captain Daniel Wilcox d. 1789

Location

St Peter's Parish Church, Liverpool, England

Transcript

'Captain Daniel Wilcox died 4th June 1789 aged 59'

Details

People

Wilcox, Daniel
Age: 59
Date of Death: 4/6/1789
Cause of Death: Unknown/None
Rank / Occupation: Master
Organisation:

Extra

Notes: From a MS in Liverpool Record Office. Compiled by James Gibson d. 1886, vol.1, p. 379. An officer of this name commanded slave ships 'Austin' 1772, 'Aston' 1772, 'Marcia' 1774, 'Hero' 1780, 'Europe' 1785.

Sea front, Southsea, Portsmouth, England

Memorial at Southsea, Portsmouth commemorating the officers and men of HMS ‘Trident’ who died of yellow fever at Sierra Leone in 1859

Location

Sea front, Southsea, Portsmouth, England

Transcript

'To the Memory of / Forty nine Officers and Men / of HMS Trident / Who Died of Yellow Fever in the / Short space of Six Weeks / During the Unusual Epidemic / at Sierra Leone / 1859 / Erected by F.A. Close / and the Surviving Officers / RE ERECTED BY ADMIRAL CLOSE 1877'

Details

Type: Free standing monument
Materials: Granite
Vessel: HMS Tribune

Extra

Notes: Photo by N Gordon.