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THE COMMEMORATION OF THE FALLEN
(4) 13rass Plate.
TO THE MDlORY OF
933
OF ALL RANKS
OF THE
10TH BATTALION THE LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COl'NTRY
1914- 1qI8
AND OF
THOMAS STEWART HERSCHEL WADE
BRIGADIER GENERAL D.S.O.
WHO TRADIED A l D COM11ANDED THE
BATTALIO~
HE ALSO COMMANDED THE IITH BRIGADE AND
DIE)) IN LONDON ON THE 4TH JANUARY
1933
(5) 13rass Plate.
TO THE UNDYING MEMORY OF ALL RAN KS OF THE
12TH
(s)
BATTALION THE LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY
19
I
4-
1
9
18
AND OF
LIEUT. COLONEL EDWARD MACARTNEY-FILGATE
WHO TRAINED
&
COMMANDED THE BATTALION
IN FRANCE AND MACEDONIA
&
DIED AT GIBRALTAR
ON THE 10TH DAY OF JUNE I927.
18 5
(6) 13rass Plate, over which hangs a wreath of fresh laurel given
and periodically renewed by Major A. H. Peacock, T.D., a
former member of the 1St and 1st/5th Battalions, and his
sister, Miss May Peacock.
IN
PROUD MEMORY
OF
1662 OFFICERS AND MEN
OF THE
I /STH 2/STH
&
3/STH BATTALIOt\S
THE
LA CASHIRE FUSILIERS
WHO LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES
FOR THEIR COUNTRY
1914-18
OMNIA AUDAX
It
was unveiled on 17th April, 1932, by the seventeenth
Earl of Derby, K.G., P.C., G.C.B., G.C.V.O., T.D.