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St Andrew Toddington

Inscription

To the memory of

Major The Hon.

Algernon Henry

Charles

Hanbury-Tracy

C.M.G.

Royal Horse Guards

Second son of the 

4th Baron Sudeley

Born 11th April 1871

He served in Uganda

1897-9 S. Africa 1899-

1900 Abyssinia 1901

Died while serving 

With his regiment 

3rd December 1915

Aged 44 years

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St Andrew Toddington

Gloucestershire

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The Hon. Algernon Henry Charles

Hanbury-Tracy

11th April 1871

Hanbury, Worcestershire

3rd December 1915

Died of heart failure in London

44

St Peter's churchyard, Petersham, Surrey

First World War

Brevet Major

Royal Horse Guards

C.M.G.

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