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GRAVE LOCATION FOR HOLDERS OF THE VICTORIA CROSS
IN : WOKING CREMATORIUM, SURREY

Name Andrew Cathcart,
BOGLE
Edward Courtney,
BOYLE
Henry William,
ENGLEHART
George St George,
GROGAN
Rank Major Rear-Admiral Quarter Master-Sergeant T/Brigadier-General
Force 78th Regiment
(later The Seaforth Highlanders)
Royal Navy * 10th Hussars The Worcestershire Regiment
comd 23rd Infantry Brigade
VC won Indian Mutiny,
29 July 1857
Sea of Marmara, Turkey,
27 April to 18 May 1915
Boer War,
13 March 1900
France,
27 May 1918
London Gaz 2 September 1859 21 May 1915 5 October 1900 25 July 1918
Born Glasgow,
20 January 1829
Carlisle, Cumberland,
23 March 1883
Blackheat, SE London,
14 November 1863
St Andrews, Fifeshire,
1 September 1875
Died 11 December 1890,
Sherborne, Dorset
16 December 1967,
Ascot, Berkshire
9 August 1939,
Datchet, Berkshire
3 January 1962,
Sunningdale, Berkshire
Grave Woking Crematorium
(Tomb at St Lawrence's Churchyard, Effingham, Surrey)
Woking Crematorium Woking Crematorium Woking Crematorium
Location
of VC
Highlanders Museum, Fort George HMS Dolphin, Gosport, Hampshire Royal Hussars Museum, Winchester Not publicly held
Remarks None * HM Submarine E.14 None CB CMG DSO & Bar

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TABLE-2 : WOKING CREMATORIUM, SURREY

Name Alfred Cecil,
HERRING
Edgar Thomas,
INKSON
Henry Edward,
KENNY
Archie Cecil Thomas,
WHITE
Rank Major Colonel Sergeant Colonel
Force Royal Army Service Corps
attd 8th (S) Bn The Northamptonshire Regiment
Royal Army Medical Corps
attached The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
1st Bn The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment 6th Bn The Yorkshire Regiment
VC won France,
23-24 March 1918
Boer War,
24 February 1900
France,
25 September 1915
France,
27 September - 1 October 1916
London Gaz 7 June 1918 15 January 1901 30 March 1916 26 October 1916
Born Tottenham, N London,
26 October 1888
Naini Tai, India,
5 April 1872
Hackney, E London,
27 July 1888
Boroughbridge, Yorkshire,
5 October 1890
Died 10 August 1966,
Weybridge, Surrey
19 February 1947,
Chichester, West Sussex
6 May 1979,
Chertsey, Surrey
20 May 1971,
Camberley, Surrey
Grave Woking Crematorium Woking Crematorium Woking Crematorium Woking Crematorium
Location
of VC
RHQ RCT / RASC Officers' Mess, Camberley Army Medical Services Museum, Aldershot Not publicly held Green Howards Museum, Richmond
Remarks None DSO None MC

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TABLE-3 : WOKING CREMATORIUM, SURREY

Name Guy George Egerton,
WYLLY



Rank Colonel


Force Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen


VC won Boer War,
1 September 1900



London Gaz 22 November 1900


Born Hobart, Tasmania, Australia,
17 February 1880



Died 9 January 1962,
Camberley, Surrey



Grave Woking Crematorium


Location
of VC
Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery, Hobart


Remarks CB DSO


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