Private Hubert Lewis VC - 11th Bn, Welch Regiment


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IN : SOUTH WALES

CARMARTHENSHIRE - PEMBROKESHIRE - BRECKNOCKSHIRE - CARDIGANSHIRE

Name Sir James,
HILLS-JOHNES
Hubert William,
LEWIS
Charles,
LUMLEY
Lewis Pugh,
EVANS
Rank Lieutenant General Private Major Brigadier
Force Bengal Horse Artillery 11th Bn, Welch Regiment 97th Regiment,
( Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment )
Black Watch,
comd 1st Bn, Lincolnshire Regiment
VC won Seige of Delhi, Indian Mutiny,
9 July 1857
Macakova, Salonika Front,
22-23 October 1916
Sebastopol, Crimea,
8 September 1855
Zonnebeke, Belgium,
4 October 1917
London Gaz 24 April 1858 15 December 1916 24 February 1857 26 November 1917
Born Neechindipur, Bengal, India,
20 August 1833
Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire,
1 May 1896
Forres, Morayshire,
1824
Abermad, Cardiganshire,
3 January 1881
Died 3 January 1919,
Dolaucothi, Carmarthenshire
22 February 1977,
Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire
17 October 1858,
Brecon, Brecknockshire
30 November 1962,
Paddington Railway Station ( from a heart attack )
Grave Vault at Caio Churchyard, Carmarthenshire Thornton Cemetery, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire Brecon Cathedral Churchyard, Brecknockshire St Padarn's Churchyard, Llanbadarn, Cardiganshire
Location
of VC
Royal Artillery Museum, Woolwich Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment Museum, Maidstone Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Remarks GCB None None CB CMG DSO & Bar

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