Monument

Richard Carr Kirkpatrick

Erection date: 1920

Inscription

{On the body of the monument:}
In memory of Richard Carr Kirkpatrick, priest, founder of S. Augustine's Church and first vicar 1870 - 1907. R.I.P.

{On the base of the statue of Mary:}
 W. C. H. King, Sc. 1920

The listing text gives “Granite stepped pedestal surmounted by granite crucifix with bronze figures of the dead Christ flanked by Keary and John”. We are not aware of a ‘Keary’ in the New Testament and assume that ‘Mary' was intended. Whoever, it is a moving representation of sorrow.

Site: Richard Carr Kirkpatrick (1 memorial)

NW6, Kilbrun Park Road, St Augustine's Church

This 1871 church was designed by John Loughborough Pearson. When we visited the gate was open so we walked in, only to be pounced on by the current vicar's large boxer dog, who was, of course, "only playing".

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Richard Carr Kirkpatrick

Subjects commemorated i

Rev. Richard Carr Kirkpatrick

Priest. Founder of St Augustine's Church, Kilburn, and first vicar there: 187...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Richard Carr Kirkpatrick

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William Charles Holland King

W. C. H. King was a sculptor. He was born in Cheltenham in 1884 and died in 1...

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