One is Digby Augustus Stewart Mackworth Dolben, a Uranian poet who was a cousin of Robert Bridges and with whom Gerard Manley Hopkins was infatuated. Digby was drowned in the Welland at South Luffenham, aged 19, in 1867 while bathing with the 10-year-old son of the rector. I am saying nothing.
South Luffenham, incidentally, is the Rutland village which at different times played host to Matt Monro and, reputedly, Hermann Goering.
A second son remembered on the tablet is William Digby Mackworth Dolben, who was drowned off the coast of Africa in 1863 at the age of 24.
For a long time William had a far more substantial memorial in Finedon. The Volta Tower was a 100ft tower the family erected in his memory.