Brigadier General Sir Robert Lindsay VC KCB - Scots ( Fusilier ) Guards


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

Name Edward,
BROOKS
Robert George,
LINDSAY
Edward John,
MOTT
Robert Edward Dudley,
RYDER
Rank Company Sergeant Major Brigadier General Sergeant Captain
Force 2 / 4th Bn, Ox & Bucks Light Infantry Scots ( Fusilier ) Guards 1st Bn, Border Regiment Royal Navy
VC won St Quentin, France,
28 April 1917
Alma & Inkermann, Crimea,
20 September 1854
Le Transloy, France,
27 January 1917
St Nazaire, France,
27 March 1942
London Gaz 27 June 1917 24 February 1857 10 March 1917 21 May 1942
Born Oakley,
11 April 1883
Balcarres, Fife,
17 April 1832
Drayton, Berkshire,
4 July 1893
India,
16 February 1908
Died 26 June 1944,
Oxford
10 June 1901,
Wantage
20 October 1967,
Witney
29 June 1986,
The yacht "Watchdog", off Guernsey
Grave Rose Hill Cemetery, Oxford Holy Trinity Churchyard, Ardington Oxford Crematorium Headington Crematorium, Oxford
Location
of VC
Royal Green Jackets Museum, Winchester Not publicly held Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Remarks None KCB. Later Lord Wantage of Lockinge DCM None

OXFORDSHIRE

Name Sir Ernest Beachcroft Beckwith,
TOWSE
Sir Geoffrey,
VICKERS


Rank Captain Colonel

Force 1st Bn, Gordon Highlanders 1 / 7th Bn, Sherwood Foresters

VC won Magersfontein, 2nd Boer War,
11 December 1899
Hohenzollern Redoubt, France,
14 October 1915


London Gaz 6 July 1900 16 November 1915

Born Regents Park, Central London,
23 April 1864
Nottingham,
13 October 1894


Died 21 June 1948,
Goring-on-Thames
16 March 1982,
Goring-on-Thames


Grave St Thomas of Canterbury Churchyard, Goring Oxford Crematorium

Location
of VC
Gordon Highlanders Museum, Aberdeen Sherwood Foresters Museum, Nottingham

Remarks KCVO CBE None

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