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Meiklejohn

Meiklejohn Meiklejohn
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To the honoured memory of Major Matthew Fontaine Maury Meiklejohn, V. C., Gordon Highlanders, killed on duty opposite this spot on June 28th anno domini, 1913.
He gave his life to save others.

Site: Meiklejohn (1 memorial)

SW7, South Carriage Drive, Hyde Park Barracks

Not related to the Meiklejohn story at all: the Model Villager has a great post about how the horse dung was (possibly still is) removed from the barracks' stables.

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Meiklejohn

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Major Matthew Meiklejohn, VC

Gained his VC, and lost his right arm, as a captain in the 2nd Battalion, Gor...

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