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                 Adam Lindsay Gordon and his friends in England and Australia By Edith Humphris and Douglas Sladen  

                                                            "The Shop" The story of the Royal Military Academy

                              The Gentleman Cadet His Career and Adventures at the Royal Military Academy Woolwich Author: A.W. Drayson

                                                                                                Poems by Adam Lindsay Gordon

                                                                                  The time line of the life of Adam Lindsay Gordon

                                                

 




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​Jem Edwards

Jem Edwards, 'the Eary-wig' has a tombstone in the Old Cemetery— this also at the public expense— and carved on it the words,
'He that overcometh shall inherit all things.'



Photo from Book-"Adam Lindsay Gordon and His Friends in England and Australia" by Edith Humphris and Douglas Sladen


AUSTRALIA'S FIRST POET OF NOTE WHO LAID THE FOUNDATIONS FOR LITERATURE IN AUSTRALIA

IN MEMORY OF 
GEORGE STEVENS
THE RIDER OF THE WINNERS
OF FIVE GRAND NATIONAL
STEEPLESHASES WHO, AFTER
RIDING FOR 20 YEARS
WITH NO SERIOUS ACCIDENT
WAS HERE KILLED BY A FALL
FROM HIS HACK ONLY THREE 
MONTHS AFTER RIDING
"THE COLONEL" IN THE GRAND NATIONAL OF 1871

Photo By Travis M Sellers

GORDON'S HAUNTS IN PRESTBURY, CHELTENHAM

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     Royal Historical Society of Victoria

George Stevens has his monument erected by public subscription in Cheltenham New Cemetery.

IN MEMORIUM
GEORGE STEVENS
WHO HAVING RECEIVED FATAL
INJURIES FROM A SUDDEN ACCIDENT
DEPARTED THIS LIFE
AT EMBLEM COTTAGE CLEEVE HILL
ON THE 2ND OF JUNE 1871
IN THE 38TH YEAR OF HIS AGE

THIS MONUMENT
RAISED BY A SUBSCRIPTION
AMONG THE NUMEROUS FRIENDS
WHO BEST KNEW HIM IS A 
SLIGHT MEMORIAL OF HIS MANLY
VIRTUES AND OF DEEP GENERAL
AND UNAFFECTED SORROW
FOR HIS LOSS

A stone marks the place where he met his tragic death at Southam.

Photo by Bob Embleton

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