Readers may recall the previous article in which the memorial tablet to Ian Lindsay Lunsford Hadow was described. Although Ian was born in England and died there at age 7, his mother was from a Warrenton family and had married an Englishman. When Ian came from England to stay with his Warrenton grandparents, he was baptized at Saint James’, the family parish.
Fortuitously, fellow parishioner Eileen Burgwyn kindly wrote on March 10 informing of the origin of the quotation on the memorial tablet —
“No star is ever lost we once have seen”
Continue reading “History of Saint James’: Hadow Memorial Tablet, Part II”
“No Star is Ever Lost / We Have Once Seen”
In the nave, on the right-hand wall between the first two windows, is a marble tablet in memory of Ian Lindsay Lunsford Hadow. Placed there in October 1935, it memorializes a young boy, age 7, who was born and died in England at the home of his parents. Ian Hadow’s short life was from 1927 to 1935. On his mother’s side, he had roots in Virginia.
Ian’s parents, Robert Henry Hadow and Elizabeth Lindsay Lomax, were married at Saint James’ Church on June 30, 1925, with the Rev. Paul Bowden officiating. The Parish Register shows the groom’s residence as Srinagar, Kashmir (India); the bride’s residences are shown as Washington, D. C. and Warrenton, Virginia. Continue reading “History of Saint James’: Hadow Memorial Tablet”