The Kanpur Memorial Church, at the start called the All Souls' Cathedral is a church in Kanpur, India. It changed into constructed in 1875 in honour of the British who lost their lives for the duration of the Siege of Cawnpore. The Siege of Cawnpore turned into a key episode within the Indian rebellion of 1857. The besieged Company forces and civilians in Cawnpore had been unprepared for an prolonged siege and surrendered to rebellion forces beneath Nana Sahib, in return for a secure passage to Allahabad. However, under ambiguous circumstances, their evacuation from Cawnpore was a massacre, and maximum of the guys have been killed.
The church is located on Albert Lane close to Cawnpore Club in Kanpur Cantonment. It is located in heart of the Cantonment. The Church was designed by way of Walter Granville, architect of East Bengal Railway. The whole church in Lombardic Gothic fashion is attractively accomplished in brilliant crimson brick with polychrome dressings. To the east of the church is the Memorial Garden which may be approached thru two gateways. It has handsome carved gothic display designed by way of Henry Yule. Its centre is occupied by using the beautiful carved figure of an angel by using Baron Carlo Marochetti, with crossed arms, conserving palons i.e. Symbols of peace.