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BATHURST, ALLEN ALGERNON

Rank:
Major
Service No:
12995
Date of Death:
17/12/1942
Age:
47
Regiment/Service:
Royal Armoured Corps
 
1st Royal Gloucestershire Hussars
Awards:
D S O, M C, T D
Grave Reference:
Prot. Sec. (Officers''). Plot E. Coll Grave 4.
Cemetery:
MALTA (CAPUCCINI) NAVAL CEMETERY
Additional Information:
Lord Apsley. Son of Colonel Seymour Henry Bathurst, C.M.G., T.D., J.P., D.L., 7th Earl Bathurst, and of the Countess Bathurst (nee Borthwick), of Cirencester, Gloucestershire; husband of Lady Apsley, C.B.E (nee Meeking), of Cirencester. Colonel, The Arab Legion. M.A (Oxon); J.P.; Deputy Lieutenant for the County of Gloucestershire; Member of Parliament for Southampton, 1922-1929, and Bristol, 1931-1942; President, United Kingdom Pilots' Association. He also served in the First World War 1915-1919.

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MALTA (CAPUCCINI) NAVAL CEMETERY

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