Memorial commemoration Captain Sir William Cunningham Cavendish Dalyell RN d. 1865 and Commander Osborne William Dalyell RN d. 1862
Parish Church, Abercorn, West Lothian, Scotland
‘IN MEMORY OF / SIR WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM CAVENDISH DALYELL BART. / CAPTAIN ROYAL NAVY DIED 14TH FEBY. 1865, AGED 80 YEARS / AND / DAME MARIA, HIS WIFE, DIED 20TH OCT. 1871 AGED 72 YEARS / ALSO OF THEIR CHILDREN / OSBORNE WILLIAM, COMMANDER ROYAL NAVY, KNIGHT / OF THE LEGION OF HONOR ETC DIED 22ND DECR. 1862, AGED 28 YEARS / AND / MARIA CHRISTINA, WIFE OF COLONEL CHARLES TAYLOR DU PLAT / ROYAL ARTILLERY, EQUERRY TO THE QUEEN / DIED 7TH APRIL 1867 AGED 41 YEARS / AND / SIR ROBERT ALEXANDER OSBORNE DALYELL BART. / DIED 21ST JANUARY 1886 AGED 64 YEARS’
Description: Marble wall monument, the full family arms and motto 'RIGHT AND REASON' carved above a granite inscription tablet in a gothic surround. Type: Wall monument Position: Interior Materials: Marble, granite
19th century conflicts in Asia
Dalyell, Frederick William Cunningham Cavendish Age: 80 Date of Death: 14/2/1865 Cause of Death: Unknown/None Rank / Occupation: Captain Organisation: Royal Navy Dalyell, Osborne William Age: 28 Date of Death: 22/12/1862 Cause of Death: Unknown Rank / Occupation: Commander Organisation: Royal Navy
Notes: Osborn William Dalyell gazetted for services in the Crimea War.
Wall tablet in St Petroc’s Church, South Brent, Devon to Rear-Admiral William Cuming d. 1824
St Petroc's Church, South Brent, Devon, England
''THY WILL BE DONE / SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF / ADMIRAL WILLIAM CUMING / WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE / JUNE THE XXTH MDCCCXXIV / AGED LXIV / AND OF / CATHERINE GRACE, HIS WIFE / WHO DIED XXXTH MARCH MDCCCXXVIII / AGED LXXI'
Description: Marble wall tablet with relief of a mourning woman leaning over an urn, laurel branches behind the plinth; the inscription on a draped cloth below. Type: Wall tablet Position: Interior Materials: Marble Artists: Kendall of Exeter
Battle of Copenhagen
1803-1815 Napoleonic War
Cuming, William Age: 64 Date of Death: 20/6/1824 Cause of Death: Unknown Rank / Occupation: Rear Admiral Organisation: Royal Navy
Notes: Signed: KENDALL SCULPT EXON. Bibliography: Peter Hore 'Nelson's Band of Brothers' (Barnsley, 2015) pp. 63-4 Recorder: Allan Pearsall
'SACRED / to the Memory of / GEORGE CULMER, Mariner / son of JOEL CULMER / by Anna Sandwell his wife, / Also of SIBYLLA his wife / daughter of Jno. Lister, / by Sibylla Tomlin his wife / ...ous Christian / ...children where 8 ...alia SIBYLLA, / ...LLA, JOHN, GEO. / ...JOEL & STEPHEN / [The right]eous shall be had / [in e]verlasting Remembrance [C]XII Psalm, P, of 6 verse'
Culmer, George Age: 50 Date of Death: 1742 Cause of Death: Unknown Rank / Occupation: Mariner Organisation: Unknown
Notes: George Culmer b. 1692 at Ramsgate (nonconformist). Died 1742 Broadstairs. Recorder: The Arts Society (NADFAS)