Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Down Ampney (All Saints)

Inscription

In loving memory of Susan, the wife of

Alfred Benger of the India Office

London & daughter of John Pinniger

of this parish who died December 22 1877

and of her son Major Alfred Horace

Benger the Leicestershire Regiment who

was killed in action in France April 17 1917

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Down Ampney (All Saints)

Gloucestershire

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Alfred Horace

Benger

15th December 1877

Herne Hill, London

17th April 1917

Died from wounds received when a shell burst on Windmill Hill near Mazingarbe in France along with several other officers and other ranks

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Mazingarbe Communal Cemetery Extension, France

First World War

Major

11th Battalion Leicestershire Regiment

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