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Stone base and wooden calvary outside in front of the Abbey Church of The Blessed Virgin and Holy Child.
(It is missing two statues which are inside the church on a windowsil.)
It has since been restored and is now as the right hand photo (2009).
Inscription on front panels of memorial.
To the Glory of God
and in proud and loving mamory of
Philip Furlong Armstrong
of Oxleys Beaulieu
Sub Lieutenant Royal Navy
Born 4 April 1897 he served in H.M. Ships Cornwall, Warspite
and Gabriel and H.M. Submarines during the Great War
He gave his life for his Kin and Country January 1918 +
Inscription on right side panels of memorial.
So he passed
Also in honoured memory of the following parishioners
of Beaulieu who laid down their lives in the service of
their country 4 August 1914 - 11 November 1918
Inscription on left side panels of memorial.
Mine own will
Also in imperishable memory of the brother officers and
shipmates of Sub-Lieut. P.F. Armstrong R.N. in H.M. Submarine G.8.
lost with all hands whilst operating in enemy waters Jan. 1918.
Brass plaque on wall in the Abbey Church of The Blessed Virgin and Holy Child.
To the Glory of God and in memory of Lucy
wife of John Cecil Palmer, Hydes Close, Beaulieu.
at rest August 22nd 1918,
also of Nigel Henry King-Salter, Captain 1/6 Gurkha
Rifles, who fell in action in Mesopotamia, June 3rd
1919, aged 31. Nephew of the above, and son of
Colonel H.P. King-Salter, Rifle Brigade.
Bronze tablet on wall in the Abbey Church of The Blessed Virgin and Holy Child.
This tablet was erected by John
2nd Lord Montague of Beaulieu in thankfulness
for his miraculous escape from drowning
after the sinking of the P.and O. SS Persia
torpedoed by a german submarine near Crete
and in memory of Eleanor Velasco Thornton
who served him devotedly for fifteen years
drowned December 30th 1915