Talk:Raymond Asquith

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Hi, welcome to the Wikipedia. Some interesting articles. We do, however, have a standard of formatting for articles, including putting the article name in the first sentence and trying to maintain neutrality. See the changes I made to Raymond Asquith, for example. RickK 03:37, 17 Oct 2003 (UTC)

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Amiens Cathedral tablet wording[edit]

The wording for the Amiens Cathedral tablet (the French wording at least) was arranged by Hilaire Belloc, and the wording was apparently not checked with the family, who were distressed by the reference to praying for Raymond's soul, as this is a Catholic wording and Raymond was Protestant. Source is in Equestrian statue of Edward Horner. Will add myself later when I have more time. Carcharoth (talk) 02:55, 26 January 2018 (UTC)Reply[reply]