Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Andrew Ombersley

Inscription

To the glory of God

And in loving memory of

Aubrey Herbert Bower Webster BA

2nd Lieut Northamptonshire Regt Only son of

Rev. J. Webster Vicar of the parish and Edith his wife

Killed while on active service in France

April 25th 1916 Aged 27

Buried at Bray-sur-Somme

Place of Inscription

St Andrew Ombersley

Worcestershire

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Aubrey Herbert Bower

Webster

1889

Knowle, Warwickshire

25th April 1916

Aubrey was killed when a bomb accidentally exploded when on a bombing course on the Somme

27

Bray Military Cemetery, Somme, France

First World War

Second Lieutenant

6th Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment

19th Battalion Royal Fusiliers

His father was the vicar of St Andrew's Church in Ombersley, Worcestershire. Aubrey had been in France just a month when he was killed. He received a commission into the Northamptonshire Regiment

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