LieutenantHICKS-BEACH, MICHAEL HUGH

Died 23/04/1916

Aged 39

1st/1st
Royal Gloucestershire Hussars

Mentioned in Despatches

Viscount Quenington. Member of Parliament for Tewksbury. Son of 1st Earl St. Aldwyn and Countess St. Aldwyn, of Coln St. Aldwyn, Fairford, Glos.; husband of the late Viscountess Quenington. Lady Quenington, who died at Cairo 5th March, 1916, is buried by his side.

Buried at CAIRO NEW BRITISH PROTESTANT CEMETERY

Location: Egypt
Number of casualties: 28

Cemetery/memorial reference: G. 321-324.


Cemetery details

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