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

Name Sir William,
BABTIE
Cyril Joe,
BARTON
Douglas Walter,
BELCHER
John,
BERRYMAN
Rank Lieutenant-General Pilot Officer Captain Major
Force Royal Army Medical Corps 578 Squadron
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
1/5th Bn London Regiment
(The London Rifle Brigade)
17th Lancers
(Duke of Cambridge's Own)
VC won Boer War,
15 December 1899
Nuremberg Raid, Germany,
30 March 1944
Belgium,
13 May 1915
Crimea,
25 October 1854 *
London Gaz 20 April 1900 27 June 1944 23 June 1915 24 February 1857
Born Dumbarton,
7 May 1859
Elveden, Suffolk,
5 June 1921
Surbiton,
15 July 1889
Dudley, Worcestershire,
18 July 1825
Died 11 September 1920,
Knocke, Belgium
31 March 1944,
during VC action
3 June 1953,
Claygate
27 June 1896,
Woldingham
Grave Stoke Cemetery, Guildford Bonner Hill Road Cemetery,
Kingston-upon-Thames
Holy Trinity Churchyard, Claygate St Agatha's Churchyad, Woldingham
Location
of VC
Army Medical Services Museum, Aldershot Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon Royal Green Jackets Museum, Winchester Not publicly held
Remarks KCB KCMG None None * Charge of the Light Brigade

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TABLE-2 : SURREY

Name Thomas Adair,
BUTLER
Sir O'Moore,
CREAGH
William George,
CUBITT
George Thomas,
DORRELL
Rank Major General Colonel Lieutenant-colonel
Force 1st Bengal European Fusiliers
(later The Royal Munster Fusiliers)
Bombay Staff Corps, Indian Army 13th Bengal Native Infantry 'L' Bty Royal Horse Artillery
VC won Indian Mutiny,
9 March 1858
Kam Dakka, Afghan War,
21 April 1879
Indian Mutiny,
30 June 1857
France.
1 September 1914
London Gaz 6 May 1859 17 November 1879 18 June 1959 16 November 1914
Born 12 February 1836,
Soberton, Hampshire
2 April 1848,
Cahirbane, Co Clare, Ireland
Calcutta, India,
19 October 1835
Paddington, W London,
7 July 1880
Died 17 May 1901,
Lyndale
9 August 1923,
South Kensington, London
25 January 1903,
Eastfield, North Yorkshire
7 January 1971,
Cobham
Grave St Michael's Churchyard, Camberley East Sheen Cemetery St Peter's Churchyard, Frimley Randall's Park Crematorium, Leatherhead
Location
of VC
Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst National Army Museum, Chelsea Not publicly held Imperial War Museum, Kennington
Remarks None GCB GCSI DSO MBE

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TABLE-3 : SURREY

Name Henry Edward Manning,
DOUGLAS
Frederick Jeramiah,
EDWARDS
Bernard Cyril,
FREYBURG
William Eagleson,
GORDON
Rank Major-General Corporal Lieutenant-General Colonel
Force Royal Army Medical Corps 12th Bn The Middlesex Regiment The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment
comd Hood Bn, Royal Naval Division
The Gordon Highlanders
VC won Boer War,
11 December 1899
France,
26 September 1916
France,
13 November 1916
Boer War,
11 July 1900
London Gaz 29 March 1901 25 November 1916 15 December 1916 28 September 1900
Born Gillingham, Kent,
11 July 1875
Queenstown, Co Cork, Ireland,
3 October 1894
Richmond,
21 March 1889
Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire,
4 May 1866
Died 14 February 1939,
Droitwich, Worcestershire
9 March 1964,
Royal Star & Garter Home, Richmond
4 July 1963,
Windsor, Berkshire
10 March 1941,
London
Grave Epsom Cemetery Richmond Cemetery St Martha's Churchyard, Chilworth St Alban's Churchyard, Hindhead
Location
of VC
Army Medical Services Museum, Aldershot National Army Museum, Chelsea Not publicly held Gordon Highlanders Museum, Aberdeen
Remarks CB CMG DSO None GCMG KGB KBE DSO & 3 Bars CBE

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TABLE-4 : SURREY

Name Basil John Douglas,
GUY
Sir Lewis Stratford Tollemache,
HALLIDAY
Sir Arthur George,
HAMMOND
Harry,
HAMPTON
Rank Commander General Colonel Colour-Sergeant
Force Royal Navy Royal Marine Light Infantry Bengal Staff Corps
Corps of Guides, Indian Army
The King's (Liverpool) Regiment
VC won Boxer Rebellion, China,
10 July 1900
Boxer Rebellion, China,
24 June 1900
Asmai Heights, Afghan War,
14 December 1879
Boer War,
21 August 1900
London Gaz 1 January 1901 1 January 1901 18 October 1881 18 October 1901
Born Bishop Auckland, Co Durham,
9 May 1882
Medstead,
14 May 1870
Dawlish, Devon,
28 September 1843
Richmond,
14 December 1870
Died 28 December 1956,
Lambeth, S London
9 March 1966,
Dorking
20 April 1919,
Camberley
2 November 1922,
Twickenham
Grave St Michael's & All Angels Churchyard, Pirbright Medstead Churchyard (Family grave)
(Randall's Park Crematorium, Leatherhead)
St Michael's Churchyard, Camberley Richmond Cemetery
Location
of VC
Not publicly held Royal Marine Museum, Southsea Not publicly held 1st Bn The King's (Liverpool) Regiment
Remarks DSO KCB KCB DSO None

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TABLE-5 : SURREY

Name Jack,
HARVEY
James Edgar,
LEACH
William James,
LENDRIM
Sir Charles John,
MELLISS
Rank Sergeant Captain Sergeant-Major Major-General
Force 1/22nd (County of London) Bn
The London Regiment (The Queen's)
The Manchester Regiment Corps of Royal Engineers Indian Staff Corps
attached West African Field Force
VC won France,
2 September 1918
France,
29 October 1914
Crimea,
14 February 1855
Fifth Ashanti War, West Africa,
30 September 1900
London Gaz 15 November 1918 22 December 1914 24 February 1857 15 January 1901
Born Peckham, SE London,
24 August 1891
North Shields, Northumberland,
27 July 1892
Ireland,
1 January 1830
Mhow, India,
12 September 1862
Died 15 August 1940,
Redhill
15 August 1958,
Shepherds Bush, W London
28 November 1891,
Camberley
6 June 1936,
Camberley
Grave Redstone Cemetery, Redhill Mortlake Crematorium Royal Military Academy Cemetery, Camberley St Peter's Churchyard, Frimley
Location
of VC
Not publicly held Not publicly held Royal Engineers Museum, Chatham Wellington College, Crowthorne, Berkshire
Remarks None None None KCB KCMG

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TABLE-6 : SURREY

Name Sir William,
OLPHERTS
Sir Harry North Dalrymple,
PRENDERGAST
Hamilton Lyster,
REED
Henry,
REYNOLDS
Rank General General Major-General T/Captain
Force Bengal Artillery Madras Engineers Royal Field Artillery 12th Bn The Royal Scots
(The Lothian Regiment)
VC won Indian Mutiny,
25 September 1857 *
Indian Mutiny,
21 November 1857
Boer War,
15 December 1899
Belgium,
20 September 1917
London Gaz 18 June 1858 21 October 1859 2 February 1900 8 November 1917
Born Blackwaterdown, Co Armagh,
8 March 1822
Madras, India,
15 October 1834
Dublin,
22 May 1869
Whilton, Northamptonshire
16 August 1883
Died 30 April 1902,
Upper Norwood, SE London
24 July 1913,
Richmond-upon-Thames
7 March 1931,
South Kensington, W London
26 March 1948,
Carshalton
Grave Richmond Cemetery Richmond Cemetery East Sheen Cemetery St Gile's Churchyard, Ashtead
Location
of VC
National Army Museum, Chelsea Royal Engineers Museum, Chatham Not publicly held Royal Scots Regiment Museum, Edinburgh
Remarks GCB
* Elected by the regiment
GCB CB CMG MC

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TABLE-7 : SURREY

Name Charles Graham,
ROBERTSON
George Rowland Patrick,
ROUPELL
Euston Henry,
SARTORIUS
John,
SINNOTT
Rank Lance-Corporal Brigadier Major-General Sergeant
Force 10th Bn The Royal Fusiliers 1st Bn The East Surrey Regiment 59th Regiment
(later The East Lancashire Regiment)
84th Regiment
(later The York & Lancaster Regiment)
VC won Belgium,
8-9 March 1918
Belgium,
20 April 1915
Sharjui, Afghan War,
24 October 1879
Indian Mutiny,
6 October 1857 *
London Gaz 9 April 1918 23 June 1915 16 May 1881 24 December 1858
Born Penrith, Cumberland,
4 July 1879
Tipperary, Ireland,
7 April 1892
Cintra, Portugal,
6 June 1844
Wexford, Co Wexford, Ireland,
1829
Died 10 May 1954,
Dorking
4 March 1974,
Shalford
19 February 1925,
Chelsea, SW London
20 July 1896,
Clapham, SW London
Grave Dorking Cemetery Guildford Crematorium St Peter and St Paul's Churchyard, Ewhurst Battersea New Cemetery, Morden
Location
of VC
Royal Fusiliers Museum, Tower of London Not publicly held National Army Museum, Chelsea York & Lancaster Regiment Museum, Rotherham
Remarks MM CB CB * Elected by the regiment

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TABLE-8 : SURREY

Name Edward,
UNWIN
Richard,
WAKEFORD


Rank Captain Major

Force Royal Navy * 2nd/4th Bn The Hampshire Regiment

VC won Gallipoli,
25 April 1915
Cassino, Italy,
13 May 1944


London Gaz 16 August 1915 13 July 1944

Born Fawley,
17 March 1864
Kensington, W London,
23 July 1921


Died 19 April 1950,
Hindhead
27 August 1972,
Leatherhead


Grave St Luke's Churchyard, Greyshott
(Headstone erected 1995)
Randall's Park Crematorium, Leatherhead

Location
of VC
Not publicly held Haberdashers Company, City of London

Remarks CB CMG
* Gallipoli landings from SS River Clyde
None

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