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Captain Arnold Leslie Thackhall-Browett

7th Battalion (Territorial), Royal Warwickshire Regiment
Killed in Action: Neuve Chapelle, 5th July 1916 aged 31

  • Buried: Pont-du-Hem Military Cemetery, La Gorgue, Nord, France. Grave ref: I.B.17.
  • Awarded: British War and Victory Medals.
    • Was Promoted to Captain on 12th October 1914 [Source London Gazette]
  • Son of William Thackhall-Browett and the late Ectrel Stydre Browett
  • Born July Qtr 1885. Baptised 18 Sep 1885
  • Attended Rugby School [Source - Rugby School]
  • Husband of Gladys Thackhall-Browett (nee Barton). Married Sept Qtr 1912
  • Father of two children
  • Lived at Keresley House
  • NNWFHS Memorial: Corley


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1911 Census Information

  • Aged 25
  • Keresley House, Nr Coventry
  • Solicitor [Mssrs Browetts, Coventry, now merged with Manders-Hadley]
  • No other relatives listed

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