This type of regimental memorial began to be raised in churches from the 1840s. Canterbury Cathedral for instance has two from 1848, by the sculptor Edward Richardson, commemorating different regiments which had served in the recent Sikh War. Marochetti's Cavalry Division Memorial ambitiously replaces the more usual infantrymen flanking a tablet with multi figure groups of cavalry, shown in varying degrees of relief. It is to be compared with another regimental war memorial by Marochetti,in Exeter Cathedral. This, probably slightly later memorial, commemorates men of the 9th Queen's Lancers who died in the Indian Mutiny.