Memorial to Lt. Colonel Thomas Wedgewood in Tenby

WM name reference TWT1

Current Location:

Tenby Pembrokeshire


Stone pillar and fountain


Napoleonic Wars


This fountain was given by Dr Oyster in memory of Lieut. Colonel Thomas Wedgwood 3rd Guards of St.Mary's Hill Tenby who died November 7th 1860, Aged 62. He fought at Waterloo

Surname First Name Date of Death Name of Memorial(s)
Wedgwood Thomas 7-11-1860 Memorial to Lt. Colonel Thomas Wedgewood in Tenby View

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