|Birth: ||Oct. 13, 1852|
|Death: ||Jul. 7, 1922|
Rear Admiral. He was the son of Robert Lambert Baynes, joined the Navy in 1866 and became a lieutenant in 1877. He served in the Pembroke, 1893 to 1895, and was promoted to captain in 1897. After attending gunnery and torpedo courses, his first active service as captain was briefly in the Minerva, 1899, and then in the Mildura, Australian Station, in 1900. He retired in 1902, advancing to the rank of rear-admiral in 1907.
Isabel Baynes (____ - 1949)
Denman L. Baynes (1885 - 1918)*
Keith Baynes (1890 - 1890)*
In loving memory
Henry Compton Anderson Baynes
Born Oct. 13 1852 Died July 7 1922
Also of his elder son
Capt. Denman Lambert Henry Baynes M.C.
115 Siege R.G.A. Battery and the Colonial Office
Born Nov. 12 1885 Killed in action Oct. 14 1918
Buried at Hooge, Ypres
Also of his younger son Keith
Born Feb. 7 1890 Died March 14 1890
Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven.
Love is stronger than death.
Also in memory of
Wife and mother of the above
who died August 15 1949
loving memory of
4th. son of Lieutenant Baynes, R.N.
and Isabel Nias, his wife.
Born February 7th. 1890,
died March 14th. 1890.
"Is it well with the child?
It is well."
M.C. = Military Cross
R.G.A. = Royal Garrison Artillery
The epitaph is adapted from The Second Book of the Kings, Chapter 4, Verse 26.
East Finchley Cemetery and Crematorium
London Borough of Barnet
Greater London, England
Created by: julia&keld
Record added: Apr 09, 2009
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