Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Warwick Cemetery

Inscription

In ever loving memory

Of

My dear husband

Gilbert T. R. Pettigrew

Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps

Killed whilst flying at Yatesbury, Wilts

August 12th 1917

Aged 24 years

For ever with the Lord

Place of Inscription

Warwick Cemetery

Warwickshire

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Gilbert Thomas Richardson

Pettigrew

1892

Handsworth, Birmingham

12th August 1917

Killed in an aeroplane crash with a student pilot between Yatesbury and Winterbourne Monkton in north Wiltshire

24

Warwick Cemetery, Warwick, Warwickshire

First World War

Second Lieutenant

Royal Flying Corps

1st/1st Battalion Herefordshire Regiment, 10th Battalion King's Shropshire Light Infantry

Journalist. Wounded in 1915 at Hooge with KSLI, transferred to Herefordshires, then to the RFC. Interested in more information - read the entries of Gilbert in the blog on this website

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