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HOWARD, HENRY MOLYNEUX PAGET

Rank:
Major
Date of Death:
21/04/1917
Age:
39
Regiment/Service:
Royal Field Artillery
 
Cdg. 1st Wilts Bty.
Grave Reference:
III. S. 1.
Cemetery:
BASRA WAR CEMETERY
Additional Information:
19th Earl of Suffolk and 12th Earl of Berkshire. Son of Henry Charles Howard, 18th Earl of Suffolk and 11th Earl of Berkshire; husband of Marguerite Hyde, Countess of Suffolk and Berkshire, of Charlton Park, Malmesbury, Wilts.

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BASRA WAR CEMETERY

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