Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Nicholas Northway

Inscription

Also of Margaret

Beloved daughter of

Wm and Alice Bowles

Who with her husband

George A. Phillpott

Were lost off the

Irish Mail Boat Leinster

October 10th 1918

Place of Inscription

St Nicholas Northway

Gloucestershire

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Alfred George

Phillpott

1888

Humberstone, Leicestershire

10th October 1918

Killed when the Irish Mail Steamer HMS Leinster was sunk by a torpedo from a u-boat in the Irish Sea

30

Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton, Hamsphire

First World War

Serjeant (Instructor of Gymnastics)

3rd Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment

Army Gymnastics Staff

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