St Andrews Church Kelso
WM name reference IWM4310
St Andrew's Church Abbey Court Kelso Roxburgh Borders TD5 7JA
WOODEN RECTANGULAR BOARD WITH UPPER MEMBER RISING UPWARDS. CARVED RAISED APPLIED COAT OF ARMS IN TOP SECTION SHOWING DEXTER ARGENT ON A CHEVRON ENGRAILED BETWEEN THREE MULLETS SABLE. AN OTTER'S HEAD ERASED OF THE FIRST; WITHIN A BORDUE ENGRAILED OF THE SECOND. (BALFOUR) SINISTER, QUARTERLY 1ST AND 4TH GRAND QUARTERS MCDONNELL. QUARTERLY 1ST OR A LION RAMPANT GULES;M 2ND OR, A DEXTER ARM ISSUANT FROM THE SINISTER FESSE POINT OUT OF A CLOUD, PROPER, IN THE HAND A CROSS-CROSSLET, FITCHEE, ERECT AZURE; 3RD ARGENT A SHIP AND VERT, A DOLPHIN NAIANT, IN FESSE PROPER (ANTRIM). (REF A & B). WHOLE SURMOUNTED BY A BARREL HELMET AND A CRES, SHOWING A PALM TREE PROPER, (BALFOUR) AND THE MOTTO IN ROMAN CAPS VIRTUS AD AETHERA TENDIT (VIRTUE REACHES TO HEAVEN); SURROUNDED BY ACANTHUS LEAVES IN SABLE AND ARGENT. MEDALS BENEATH: KHEDIVE STAR 1882 - 1889; CORONATION MEDAL; COMMANDER OF THE BATH. REGIMENTAL BADGE OF THE SCOTS GUARDS BENEATH.
Anglo-Egyptian War 1882
IN MEMORY OF/ CHARLES BARRINGTON/ BALFOUR/ BALFOUR C.B./ ** / OF BALGONIE AND/ NEWTON DON CAPTAIN SCOTS GUARDS/ BORN 1862 DIED 1921/ LOVE NEVER/ FAILETH (CORINTHIANS 1 CH.13 V.8)
|Surname||First Name||Date of Death||Name of Memorial(s)|
|Balfour||Charles||--1929||Memorial to Captain Charles Balfour||View|
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