A History of St. Andrew`s Church, Charmouth

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To the Glory of God/and in everloving memory/of/CHARLE ALEXANDER INNES/Deputy Surgeon General A.M.D./Born 14th December 1831/Died 17th March, 1920/and of his wife/JESSIE MARY ARNOLD/Daughter of General/HUBERT MARSHALL (Madras Army)/Born 13th December 1849/Died 9th May 1909/This Tablet is placed here by/their Children in grateful/and affectionate rememberance.
In proud and loving memory/of/MAXWELL CAMPBELL INNES/Lieutenant R.N.V.R./who died of wounds/Received in the Straits of Dover/On 23rd April 1942. Aged 33
 
 

1911 Major Hubert Innes Omega ,William Robert Belcher Grasmere Charles Alexander Innis is living at Lynwood.
Mrs. Bush lived there for many years until she died in 1949- Her father, Deputy Surgeon General Charles A. Innes. R.A.M.C. came to live next door, then called 'Lynwood'. He fought in the Crimean War and Indian Mutiny and looked forward to the centenary of Waterloo in 1915, as he hoped to wear his father's medals with his own at the Waterloo banquet. His father Lieut. Alexander Innes served at Quatre Bras and at Waterloo. It was a sad day when the banquet was cancelled owing to the war with Germany. He died in1920 aged 88.

Sir Charles Alexander Innes ,KCSI,CIE (18741959) served as Governor of Burma from December 1927 to December 1932. He received the Companion in The Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire in 1921 and the KCSI (Knight Commander of the Order of the Star of India)

In 1915 Major Hubert Innes -Omega ,Mrs Susan Bush is now living in Grasmere Charles Alexander Innis is living at Lynwood.The 1923 Rates list show Susan continueing to live at Grasmere. In 1932 Kelly`s Directory shows that both Mrs Bush and Sir Charles Alexander Innes continue to live in the same properties. In 1950 Joyce Janson is at Omega. In 1962 Ethel Kennedy is at Grasmere.
Charles Alexander Innes Born December 14, 1831 in Bruges, Belgium, Died March 17, 1920 in Charmouth. The following inforamtion was found about him:
Assistant Surgeon 52nd Regiment 1855, Staff 1860, 16th Dragoons 1861, Staff Surgeon 1868, 16th Lancers 1868, Surgeon Major Army Medical department 1868, Brigade Surgeon 1881. Retired on half pay with honorary rank of Deputy Surgeon General 1881. Crimea. Indian Mutiny. Alumnus King's College Aberdeen 1847-1849. MD 1855. After retirement was Medical Officer to HM Prisons Hull, Coldbath Fields and Pentonville.
George Pavey writes:
Deputy Surgeon General Charles A. Innes. R.A.M.C. came to live next door, then called 'Lynwood'. He fought in the Crimean War and Indian Mutiny and looked forward to the centenary of Waterloo in 1915, as he hoped to wear his father's medals with his own at the Waterloo banquet. His father Lieut. Alexander Innes served at Quatre Bras and at Waterloo. It was a sad day when the banquet was cancelled owing to the war with Germany. He died in1920 aged 88.
The engagement is announced today between Mr. Maxwell Campbell, youngest son of Sir Charles Innes and Lady Innes, Lynwood, Charmouth, Dorset, and Kathleen Mary, younger daughter of the late Sheriff William Harvey and Mrs. Harvey, of Gloucester Road, Regents Park. Sir Charles was for 5 years Governor of Burma. Gloucester Echo 4th July 1934
Death of a Crimean and Indian Mutiny Veteran The death occurred recently at Lynwood, Charmouth of Deputy Surgeon C.A. Innes, M.D., A.M.D. (retired), in his 8 th year. Dr. Innes was present at the siege and capture of Sebastopol in 1855, receiving the medal with clasp and the Turkish medal. In 1856 he joined the 52 nd (Oxford) Light Infantry, and proceeded with them to India and as present at the siege and assault of Delhi, his regiment furnishing the storming party of the Kashmir Gate. He received the medal and was promoted in recognition of his services. He also served for many years with the 16 th (Queen's) Lancers. He was the surviving son of Lieutenant Alexander Innes, 42 nd Highlanders (Black watch). M.K.W. who fought at the battle of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 2nd April 1920

Charles Alexander Innes (1831-1920)

Charles Alexander Innes (1831-1920)
Sir Charles Alexander Innes 14 Oct 1927 Governor of Burma Sir Charles Alexander Innes 20 Sept 1923