The Somerset & Cornwall Light Infantry
6 October 1959 - 10 July 1968
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Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Taunton, Somerset
The South Aisle contains a Book of Remembrance in an oak desk of those who fell in the 1939-45 War, and memorials to those who fell in the 1914-18 War, The Boer War, Chitral, The Crimea, The Afghan Campaign, Maharajpore and the American War of Independence.
St. Petroc's Church, Bodmin, Cornwall
The Regimental Chapel in the Soldiers' Aisle was dedicated on 13th August, 1933. It contains memorials to those who fought in the Boer War and a Roll of Honour to those who fell in the 1939-45 War. It also contains all the old Colours of the 32nd and 46th Foot except the Waterloo Colours which are now in Dunstaffnage Castle, Argyllshire, having been given to Lieutenant Alexander Campbell in memory of his father, who was Colonel of the Regiment at that time.
O GOD, FOR AS MUCH AS WE ARE ALL MEMBERS OF ONE BODY, AND WHEN SOME ARE HONOURED ALL REJOICE WITH THEM. GRANT TO US OF THE SOMERSET AND CORNWALL LIGHT INFANTRY THE SPIRIT OF UNITY AND BROTHERLY LOVE, THAT WE MAY ONE AND ALL LOVE AND SERVE THEE WITH ALL OUR HEARTS, REJOICING ABOVE ALL ELSE TO GIVE HONOUR TO THEE: THROUGH JESUS CHRIST OUR SAVIOUR, WHO LIVETH AND REIGHNETH WITH THEE AND THE HOLY SPIRIT, EVER ONE GOD, WORLD WITHOUT END .