Name: Cobham, St Andrew's Church, Loring Brothers WW1 Memorial Plaque
Address: St Andrew's Church , Downside Bridge Road, Cobham, KT11 3EJ
OS grid: TQ 10794 59740
Summary: Brass plaque
First World War
Full Inscription: "To the glory of God and in honoured memory of his servants, three sons of the Reverend E.H. Loring, once vicar of this parish, and of Charlotte Loring his wife. They fell facing the enemy in defence of freedom and right.
William Loring. Fellow of King's College, Cambridge: Warden of Goldsmiths' College, University of London: Captain 2nd Scottish Horse: who died at sea of wounds received while leading an attack at Suvla, Gallipoli, October 24th 1915, aged 50 years.
Walter Latham Loring. Lieut. Colonel Commanding 2nd Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment: who was killed heading an advance in the first battle of Ypres. October 24th 1914. Aged 46 years.
Charles Buxton Loring. Major 37th Lancers, Baluch Horse, Indian Army (attached Poona Horse): who was killed at Givenchy while leading an attack. December 21st 1914. Aged 43 years.
"Who through faith subdued kingdoms" Heb: XI.33"