Charles Noel Andrews Graham
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Brass plaque with relief design, including badge and crossed flags and trees.
Relief design, including badge and crossed flags
This is a memorial to Lieutenant Charles Noel Andrews Graham of the Northumberland Fusiliers (the cap badge of the Fusiliers is included in the deign). He died from a gunshot wound at Middleburg, Transvaal, South Africa, during the Boer War. Graham had served as an officer in the Volunteers and Militia, as well as in the Regulars. In 1897 he became a second lieutenant in the Eton College Corps (4th V. B. Oxfordshire Light Infantry). In April 1898 he passed into the Queen's Own Royal Tower Hamlets Militia (5th Battalion Rifle Bridgade). In March 1900 he was appointed a second lieutenant in the Northumberland Fusiliers, becoming lieutenant in August of the same year.
Cap badge of the Northumberland Fusiliers includes the lettering 'Quo Fata Vocant'.
History and association
• Lack, W., Stuchfield, H. Martin and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Buckinghamshire, London: Monumental Brass Society, 1994 (p. 90, no. CC)