Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Saviour Tetbury

Inscription

Also of Henry Lambert Holborow

Who died from wounds

Received in action at Gallipoli

October 11 1915

Aged 26 years

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St Saviour Tetbury

Gloucestershire

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Henry Lambert

Holborow

16th February 1889

Tetbury, Gloucestershire

11th October 1915

Died of wounds from a trench mortar bomb exploding in a frontline trench whilst he was sleeping on Gallipoli

26

Lala Baba Cemetery, Gallipoli

First World War

Private

1st/1st Battalion Royal Gloucestershire Hussars

D Squadron

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