Sergeant Albert Curtis VC - 2nd Bn, East Surrey Regiment


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

Name Alfred Alexander,
BURT
Christopher Augustus,
COX
Albert Edward,
CURTIS
Arthur,
MARTIN-LEAKE
Rank Sergeant Private Sergeant Lieutenant Colonel
Force 1st Bn, Hertfordshire Regiment 7th Bn, Bedfordshire Regiment 2nd Bn, East Surrey Regiment Royal Army Medical Corps
VC won Cuinchy, France,
27 September 1915
Achiet-le-Grand, France,
13 March 1917
Onderbank Spruit, 2nd Boer War,
23 February 1900
Vlakfontein, Boer War, 8 February 1902
Zonnebeke, Belgium, 29 October to 8 November 1914
London Gaz 22 January 1916 11 May 1917 15 January 1901 13 May 1902
18 February 1915
Born Hertford
3 March 1895
Kings Langley,
25 December 1889
Guildford, Surrey,
6 January 1866
High Cross,
4 April 1874
Died 9 June 1962,
Chesham
28 April 1959,
Kings Langley
16 March 1940,
North Barnet
22 June 1953,
High Cross
Grave West Hertfordshire Crematorium, Watford Kings Langley Cemetery Bells Hill Cemetery
( headstone erected February 2000 )
St John's Churchyard, High Cross
( Enfield Crematorium, Middlesex )
Location
of VC
Hertfordshire Regiment Museum, Hertford Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Army Medical Services Museum, Mytchett
Remarks None None None None

HERTFORDSHIRE

Name James,
OSBORNE



Rank Private


Force 2nd Bn, Northamptonshire Regiment


VC won Wesselstroom, 1st Boer War,
22 February 1881



London Gaz 14 March 1882


Born Wiggington,
13 April 1857



Died 1 February 1928,
Tring



Grave St Bartholomew's Churchyard, Wigginton


Location
of VC
VC destroyed during an air raid on Belfast in 1941


Remarks



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