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Memorial tablet commemorates Captain Rinaldo Sheberras of the 80th Regiment fell in his 37th year at Ferozeshah in 1845 within the Sikh entrenchments having seized one of their standards. While stationed in Maitland he acted as Justice of the Peace.
The Battle of Ferozeshah in 1845 was one of the most bitterly contested battles ever fought by the British in India.
|Address:||Tank & High Streets, St James Anglican Church, Morpeth, 2321|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -32.727043|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Event STart Date:||21-December-1845|
|Actual Event End Date:||21-December-1845|
The Memory Of
Late Captain In H.M 80th Regt.
Who Fell In His 37th Year
On 27th December A.D. 1845
Within The Sikh
Having Seized One Of Their
While Stationed At Maitland He Acted As
A Justice Of The Peace
And Gained The Confidence And Esteem
Of The Community.
This Tablet Is Erected By His Friends
In This Neighborhood Who
Lament His Loss.