Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Margaret Northam

Inscription

In loving memory

of

Charles Hosken Bennet

Lieut. R.F.A.

Born July 6th 1898 - Died Feby 25th 1919

"Christ's faithful soldier and servant"

 

Place of Inscription

St Margaret Northam

Devon

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Charles Hosken

Bennet

6th July 1898

Belfast, Northern Ireland

25th February 1919

Died from pneumonia a few days after arriving home after demobilisation

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St Margaret's churchyard, Northam, Devon

First World War

Lieutenant

Royal Field Artillery

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