Studio: 188, which entitled it “Bronze memorial lunette fixed over an entrance door at Lucknow.” The plaque reads: “In loving memory of Noel Calloway Corry / Lieutenant Easyt Surrey Regiment / who died in Lucknow /24th May 1902 aged 22 years. / This home for the benefit of British soldiers / was freed from debt by his / affectionate parents / John & Margaret G. Corry / of Croydon, Surrey, England.” [Click on image to enlarge it.]. F. Lynn Jenkins. Source: the 1915
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Baldry, A.L. “Wall tablets and memorials by British sculptors.” The Studio. 66 (1915): 186-196. Internet Archive. Web. 13 May 2015.
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