Memorials - Samlesbury - Reginald Fitzroy Lewis Montague Johnstone Tablet
St. Leonard the Less C.E. Church, Potter Lane, Samlesbury PR5 0UE
Ordnance Survey Grid Reference: SD 58988 30373
Imperial War Museum Memorial Database - Ref: 3388
War Memorials Online - Ref: #144728
NB: The location given in the Imperial War Museum War Memorial database gives the wrong Ordnance Survey grid reference
A marble tablet, framed in a different coloured marble with the regimental badge of the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders set in a mosaic to the left of the inscription. The tablet was erected by his mother Agnes Montague Johnstone.
+ TO THE GLORY OF GOD +
IN PROUD AND LOVING MEMORY OF
REGINALD FITZROY LEWIS
LIEUT. QUEEN'S OWN CAMERON HIGHLANDERS
1ST. BATTALION WHO WAS KILLED IN
ACTION AT THE BATTLE OF THE MARNE
9TH. SEPTEMBER 1914 - AGED 30 YEARS
HE ALSO SERVED WITH THE 2ND BATTN. IN
S.AFRICA 1905-07 AND IN CHINA 1908-09
Brave. Gentle. Patient. Pure. Good.
This is erected by his loving and bereaved
mother Agnes Montague Johnstone.
Please email the project with any amendments or corrections
Edited 21 March 2016
Thank you to Len Redmayne, Churchwarden for access to St.Leonard's the Less.
Image (C) Charles O'Donnell