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GRAVE LOCATION FOR HOLDERS OF THE VICTORIA CROSS
IN THE COUNTY OF : NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

Name Robert James,
BYE
John Joseph,
CAFFREY
Charles Ernest,
GARFORTH
Robert,
HUMPSTON
Rank Sergeant-Major Lance-Corporal Sergeant Private
Force 1st Bn Welsh Guards 2nd Bn The York & Lancaster Regiment 15th (The King's) Hussars 2nd Bn The Rifle Brigade
VC won Belgium,
31 July 1917
France,
16 November 1915
France,
23 August 1914
Crimea,
22 April 1855
London Gaz 6 September 1917 22 January 1916 16 November 1914 24 February 1857
Born Pontypridd, Glamorgan,
12 December 1889
Birr, King's Co, Ireland,
23 October 1891
Willesden Green, NW London,
23 October 1891
Derby,
1832
Died 23 August 1962,
Warsop
25 February 1953,
Derby
1 July 1973,
Beeston
22 December 1884,
Derby
Grave Warsop Cemetery Southern Cemetery, Nottingham
(name not on headstone)
Southern Cemetery Crematorium, Nottingham General Cemetery, Nottingham
(Common grave - not marked)
Location
of VC
Welsh Guards RHQ York & Lancaster Regiment Museum, Rotherham Imperial War Museum, Kennington Royal Green Jackets Museum, Winchester
Remarks None None None None

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TABLE-2 : NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

Name William Henry,
JOHNSON
Samuel,
MORLEY
Harry,
NICHOLLS
Walter Richard,
PARKER
Rank Sergeant Private Corporal Lance-Corporal
Force 1/5th Bn The Sherwood Foresters 2nd Bn Military Train
(later Royal Army Service Corps)
3rd Bn Grenadier Guards Royal Marine Light Infantry
Royal Naval Division
VC won France,
3 October 1918
Indian Mutiny,
15 April 1858
Belgium,
21 May 1940
Gallipoli,
30 April - 1 May 1915
London Gaz 14 December 1918 7 August 1860 30 June 1940 22 June 1917
Born Worksop,
15 October 1890
Radcliffe on Trent,
December 1829
Nottingham,
21 April 1918
Grantham, Lincolnshire,
20 September 1881
Died 25 April 1945,
Arnold
16 June 1888,
Nottingham
11 September 1975,
Leeds
27 November 1931,
Stapleford
Grave Redhill Cemetery General Cemetery, Nottingham Southern Cemetery, Nottingham Stapleford Cemetery
Location
of VC
Sherwood Foresters Museum, Nottingham RHQ RCT / RASC Officers' Mess, Camberley Grenadier Guards RHQ Royal Marines Museum, Southsea
Remarks MM None Postumous VC awarded believing Nicholls killed in action None

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TABLE-3 : NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

Name Robert St Vincent,
SHERBROOKE



Rank Rear-Admiral


Force Royal Navy *


VC won Off North Cape, Norway,
31 December 1942



London Gaz 12 January 1943


Born Oxton,
8 January 1901



Died 13 June 1972,
Oxton



Grave St Peter & St Paul's Churchyard, Oxton


Location
of VC
Not publicly held


Remarks CB DSO
* HMS Onslow



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