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4 February 1915 : Lieut. Richard Apjohn Fitzgibbon

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Richard was the only son of Harry Fitzgibbon of Greystones, County Wicklow and Helen Rebecca Fitzgibbon (née Surgeon) of Dublin.  He was educated at Strangways School, Dublin; Lickey Hills Prep School, Barnt Green;  Radley College and Christ Church, Oxford. Richard coxed rowing eights at for Radley at Henley, and for Christ Church at Oxford....


Died one day, buried two days later by his father

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On 8 November 1915 a young officer, 2/Lt Kenneth Theodore Dunbar Wilcox, was killed whilst serving in the 8th Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment).Two days later he was buried by his father the chaplain to the forces. Kenneth Wilcox was the only son of Rev. G.A. Wilcox and Mrs H.L. Wilcox. Rev. Wilcox was the vicar of St George‚Äôs Battersea Park...


9 January 1917 : Major Henry Clifford

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He was the son of Henry James and Annie Frances (née Hilton-Green) of Frampton Court, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire.  At the 1881 Census the 9 year old Henry was at home his parents, five sisters and five domestic servants.  At the 1891 Census the 19 year old Henry was at home with his parents, four sisters, two female visitors and four domestic...