St. Leonard and St. James’ Church Rousham

WM name reference WMO/201709

Current Location:

St. Leonard and St. James' Church Rousham House Drive Rousham OX25 4QX


Left - Lt Clement Cottrell-Dormer; Centre - Lt Charles Melville Cottrell-Dormer; Right - Lt Cmdr Humphrey Randle Cottrell-Dormer. Wall mounted, nowy-headed, dark coloured marble backboard supporting an ornately framed set of three portrait orientated incised tablets with each tablet flanked by a column which in turn, supports a rectangular pediment. Inscriptions and names infilled with black enamel paint. Coloured family Arms at top centre of memorial with a foliate design carved beneath. Garlands at either side of base, roundels on frieze above tablets, with badges, left to right, of Scots Guards, Coldstream Guards and Royal Navy


World War 1

Surname First Name Date of Death Name of Memorial(s)
Cottrell-Dormer Clement 26-10-1914 St. Leonard and St. James' Church Rousham View

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