Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

inscription

In

Loving memory

Of

William Henry Collins

Lieutenant

Yorkshire Hussars

And

Royal Flying Corps

Killed in a flying accident

Near Stonehenge

March 7th 1918 aged 27 years

Faithful unto death

place of inscription

Durrington Cemetery

Wiltshire

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William Henry

Collins

26th January 1891

Muttra, Bengal, India

7th March 1918

Killed in aeroplane accident at Stonehenge, Wiltshire

27

Durrington Cemetery, Wiltshire

First World War

Lieutenant

1 School Of Navigation And Bomb Dropping Royal Flying Corps

10th Battalion Yorkshire Hussars Yeomanry

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