Whilst serving in Affghanistan, / between the years 1838 and 1842, / either from the fatigues of service, / or in action with the enemy, / there perished / of The 13th Prince Albert's Light Infantry, / Lieut. Colonel Wm. H. Dennie, C.B. / Brevet-Major James Kershaw, / Captains Geo. Fothergill and Wm. Sutherland, / Lieutenants Edward King, Richard Edward Frere / John Byron Hobhouse, & J.F.P.C. Scott, / Sergeant-Major William Airey, / 12 Sergeants, 11 Corporals, 3 Buglers / and 264 Privates; / also / shortly after their return from that country, / Major J.G.D. Taylor, / Captain William A. Sinclair, / and Assistant-Surgeon Barnes.
To the memory of the above, / their surviving brothers in arms / of the same Regiment / have caused this tablet to be erected.
City of Canterbury
Plot: Memorial in the nave.
Maintained by: Find A Grave
Originally Created by: Sheilia W.
Record added: May 04, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69316049