Title:
Monumental inscriptions
Level: Category
Miscellaneous
Level: Fonds
MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS RECORDED BY ESSEX SOCIETY FOR FAMILY HISTORY
Scope and Content:
Monumental inscriptions at the parish church of St. Andrew, Sandon. Survey October 1997.
Includes pen and ink drawing of church by Charles Grigg Tait taken from The Parish Churches of South East Essex, notes on the church, indexes of persons, places in Essex, places out of Essex and occupations, with maps of churchyard and church.
Memorials in churchyard include Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone to Private L.J. Cottis, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment, 1947; also memorials to Constance Cicely Cole, 1910, erected by 'fellow teachers at Blakesley Street Council School, Shadwell, Middlesex; Joseph Ratcliff of East Hanningfield, Chairman of Chelmsford Board of Guardians, 1912; Frederick Daniel Card, Royal Horse Artillery, died in action in France, 1915; Sister Anne Sylvia Ketley, Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service, 1940; Albert Edward Lodge died of wounds received in France, 1914; Alfred Charles Hook, fell in action in France, buried at La Mal-Maison Cemetery, 1918; James Francis Eccles-Holmes, Captain Indian Army, 1939; Robert Michael Maitland Stewart, Lord Stewart of Fulham, C.H., died 1990 and Mary Stewart, Baroness Stewart of Alvechurch, died 1984; Sub-Lieutenant Louis Egbert Tuker, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, killed in action at Gallipoli, 1915; Lieutenant-Colonel Angus Eric Methven Sinclair-Thomson, D.S.O., D.L., Essex Regiment, 1961; Gordon Jack Kinnell, B.D., F.K.C., Provost of Aberdeen Cathedral, 1932-1955, 1971; Ernest Mayhew killed in action, 1942; Revd. Frederick William Bamford, rector of Killoughter, Ireland, 1884-1887 and chaplain in India, 1887-1892, 1908; Revd. Eric Leicester Andrews, rector, 1935-1951, missionary in Japan, prisoner of war in Singapore, 1942-1945, 1951; Revd. Arthur Wright, Vice President of Queens' College, Cambridge, 1924; Stanley Breach Callingham, died of wounds received in France, 1919; James Richards, citizen of London and carver to George I, George II and Frederick, Prince of Wales and carver general, 1758
Memorials in church include those to Stanley Breach Callingham, 1/6 Norfolk Regiment, mortally wounded in Great War, 1918; Frederic Carne Rasch of Woodhill, magistrate and deputy lieutenant for Essex, 1876; various members of the Carne and Rasch families of Woodhill, 1810-1857; Samuel Charles Carne, Lieutenant Colonel of East Essex Regiment of Militia, D.L., 1833
Memorials in church also include war memorial listing names and regiments of men killed in First and Second World Wars
Dates of Creation:
October 1997
Extent:
1 item
Creator Name:
Essex Society for Family History

Key terms

TypeKey termsDescription
Subjects First World War War memorial, Sandon
Subjects First World War War memorial, Sandon
Subjects Second World War War memorial, Sandon
Subjects War memorials First and Second World Wars, Sandon
Personal Names -
Carne
Family, monumental inscriptions, Sandon, 1810-1857
Personal Names -
Rasch
Family, monumental inscriptions, Sandon, 1810-1857
Personal Names Albert Edward
Lodge
Died of wounds received in France, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1914
Personal Names Alfred Charles
Hook
Killed in action, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1918
Personal Names Charles Grigg
Tait
Pen and ink drawing of Sandon church taken from The Parish Churches of South East Essex
Personal Names Constance Cicely
Cole
Teacher at Blakesley Street Council School, Shadwell, Middlesex, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1910
Personal Names Ernest
Mayhew
Killed in action, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1942
Personal Names Frederic Carne
Rasch
D.L., monumental inscription, Sandon, 1876
Personal Names Frederick Daniel
Card
Royal Horse Artillery, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1915
Personal Names Gordon Jack
Kinnell
B.D., F.K.C, Provost of Aberdeen Cathedral, 1932-1955, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1971
Personal Names James
Richards
Citizen of London, carver to George I, George II, Frederick, Prince of Wales and carver general, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1758
Personal Names Joseph
Ratcliff
Of East Hanningfield, Chairman of Chelmsford Board of Guardians, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1912
Personal Names Baroness Stewart of Alvechurch
Mary
Stewart
Monumental inscription, Sandon, 1984
Personal Names Captain
James Francis
Eccles-Holmes
Indian Army, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1939
Personal Names Lieutenant
Stanley Breach
Callingham
1/6th Norfolk Regiment, died of wounds, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1919
Personal Names Lieutenant Colonel
Angus Eric Methven
Sinclair-Thomson
D.S.O., D.L., Essex Regiment, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1961
Personal Names Lieutenant Colonel
Samuel Charles
Carne
East Essex Regiment of Militia, D.L., monumental inscription, Sandon, 1833
Personal Names Lord Stewart of Fulham
Robert Michael Maitland
Stewart
C.H., monumental inscription, Sandon, 1990
Personal Names Private
L.J.
Cottis
Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment, Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone, Sandon, 1947
Personal Names Revd
Eric Leicester
Andrews
Missionary in Japan, prisoner of war in Sinagapore, 1942-1945, rector of Sandon, 1935-1951, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1951
Personal Names Revd.
Frederick William
Bamford
Rector of Killoughter, Ireland, 1884-1887 and chaplain in India, 1887-1892, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1908
Personal Names Revd. Dr
Arthur
Wright
Vice President of Queens' College, Cambridge, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1924
Personal Names Sister
Anne Sylvia
Ketley
Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1940
Personal Names Sub-Lieutenant
Louis Egbert
Tuker
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, killed in action, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1915
Place Names Aberdeen Cathedral
Scotland, Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen
Gordon Jack Kinnell, B.D., F.K.C., Provost 1932-1955, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1971
Place Names Blakesley Street Council School
Middlesex, Shadwell
Constance Cicely Cole, teacher, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1910
Place Names Church of St Andrew
Sandon
Monumental inscriptions, recorded 1997
Place Names Queens' College
Cambridgeshire, Cambridge
Revd. Arthur Wright, Vice President, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1924
Document Types Drawing Pen and ink drawing of Sandon church by Charles Grigg Tait taken from The Parish Churches of South East Essex
Document Types Drawing Pen and ink drawing of Sandon church by Charles Grigg Tait taken from The Parish Churches of South East Essex
Document Types Monumental inscriptions St. Andrew, Sandon, recorded 1997
Institutions Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment Private L.J. Cottis, Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone, Sandon, 1947
Institutions Blakesley Street Council School Constance Cicely Cole, teacher, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1910
Institutions Chelmsford Poor Law Union Joseph Ratcliff of East Hanningfield, Chairman, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1912
Institutions Church of England Monumental inscriptions, Sandon, recorded 1997
Institutions Commonwealth War Graves Commission Headstone to Private L.J. Cottis, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment, Sandon, 1947
Institutions East Essex Regiment of Militia Lieutenant Colonel Samuel Charles Carne, D.L., monumental inscription, Sandon, 1833
Institutions Essex Regiment Lieutenant-Colonel Angus Eric Methven Sinclair-Thomson, D.S.O., D.L., monumental inscription, Sandon, 1961
Institutions Essex Society for Family History Monumental inscriptions, Sandon, recorded 1997
Institutions Indian Army Captain James Francis Eccles-Holmes, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1939
Institutions Norfolk Regiment 1st/6th Battalion, Lieutenant Stanley Breach Callingham, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1919
Institutions Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing Service Sister Anne Sylvia Ketley, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1940
Institutions Queens' College, Cambridge Revd. Dr Arthur Wright, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1924
Institutions Royal Horse Artillery Frederick Daniel Card, died in action, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1915
Institutions Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Sub-Lieutenant Louis Egbert Tuker, killed in action, monumental inscription, Sandon, 1915