Isle of Wight Monumental Inscriptions Record
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Surname:CAWSAge:28 Years Date of Burial: 1917
Forename(s):Ronald NewtonDate of Death:31 Jul 1917
  Estimated Date of Birth:1888/1889
Description:killed in France - Bleue-Maison Military Cemetery, Eperlecques
Address:
Church Register:St Helens : St Helen's Church
Register Entry:
Burial Location:Section B Row J Grave 12
Where available, burial plans may be found on the Monumental Inscription Index Coverage page
Monument Inscription:
IN
EVER LOVING MEMORY
OF
SILAS NEWTON CAWS
MASTER MARINER AND JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
FOR THE BOROUGH OF RYDE
BORN AT SEA VIEW ISLE OF WIGHT
MARCH 4TH 1845
ENTERED INTO REST JAN 21ST 1923
AT HIS RESIDENCE “GLENVILLE” RYDE
SAFE HOME, SAFE HOME IN PORT
AND OF HIS BELOVED WIFE
MARGARET JANE
DIED AT “GLENVILLE” RYDE
APRIL 9TH 1932 AGED 78 YEARS
O HAPPY SAINTS FOR EVER BLEST
IN THAT CALM HAVEN OF YOUR REST
ALSO
IN EVER LOVING MEMORY OF
RONALD NEWTON CAWS M.C.
CAPTAIN AND ADJT 10TH GLOUCESTER REGT
FOURTH SON OF THE ABOVE
WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR JULY 31ST 1917
IN HIS 28TH YEAR
AND WHOSE MORTAL REMAINS ARE BURIED ATMARBRICK, FLANDERS
THE GOLDEN EVENING BRIGHTENS IN THE WEST
SOON, SOON TO FAITHFUL WARRIORS COMES THEIR REST
SWEET IS THE CALM OF PARADISE THE BLEST.
ALLELUIA
HIS REMAINS HAVE SINCE BEEN REMOVED AND BURIED
BLEUE-MAISON MILITARY CEMETERY, EPERLECQUES
Other Information:Image and transcription : Antony Barton

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