Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Michael and Angels Eastington

Inscription

In

Proud memory of

My beloved husband

Lieut Hugh Godfrey de Lisle Bush M.C.

Gloucestershire Regiment

Who died 17th January 1917

Of wounds received at Loos September 1915

Aged 24

Place of Inscription

St Michael and Angels Eastington

Gloucestershire

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Hugh Godfrey de Lisle

Bush

1892

Alveston, South Gloucestershire

17th January 1917

Died from wounds received in action at the Battle of Loos at the Officers Military Hospital, Torquay, Devon

24

St Michael and Angels' Churchyard, Eastington, Gloucestershire

First World War

Lieutenant

3rd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

Attached 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

Military Cross, Mentioned in Despatches

His brother Claude died during the Second World War

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