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St John the Baptist Eastnor

Inscription

This organ was rebuilt and enlarged

To the glory of God

And in loving memory of

Major Cuthbert Roger Rowden M.C.

Of the Royal Air Force

And 2nd Batt. Worcestershire Regt

He was killed while flying on April 20th 1918

Brass plaque in dedication on the organ in Eastnor Church, Herefordshire

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St John the Baptist Eastnor

Herefordshire

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Cuthbert Roger

Rowden

27th December 1896

Ealing, Middlesex

20th April 1918

Died of wounds received after aircraft stalled and crashed while flying over Hornchurch, Essex where they were based

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St Margaret's churchyard, Rottingdean, Sussex

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Major

78 Squadron Royal Air Force

5th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment

Military Cross and Mentioned in Despatches

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