“Never Have So Many Owed So Much To So Few”
Winston Churchill

When you go home tell them of us and say,

for your tomorrow,

we gave our today.

Kidderminster Cemetery

The Kidderminster War Memorials Conservation Trust
Registered As A Charity In England And Wales - Registration Number 1095601

Kidderminster Cemetery
Kidderminster Cemetery

This memorial (Ordnance Survey Reference: SO 830769) is constructed from stone and represents a partially unrolled scroll of honour set on a rectangular base. At the top of the scroll is the inscription

IN
MEMORIAM

contained within a carved laurel wreath decoration. Immediately below the wreath are the names of three men:

FREDERICK HALL AGED 19
RALPH DOUGLAS JONES AGED 21
WALTER JAMES MAUNDER AGED 19

The scroll stands on a small rectangular block (200mm high x 600mm wide x 490mm deep) of stone with the following inscription:

WORCESTERSHIRE IMPERIAL YEOMANRY

In turn, the above stands on a larger base stone
(750mm high x 710mm wide x 380mm deep) with the inscription:

WHO FELL FIGHTING FOR
KING AND COUNTRY
IN THE BATTLE OF
KLEINFONTEIN, S.AFRICA
OCTOBER 24 1901

DULCE ET DECORUM EST PRO PATRIA MORI

ERECTED BY A FEW FRIENDS

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