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BirthMale; 20 Jan 1880; Rectory, Suffield, Norfolk UK
Baptism22 Feb 1893; Suffield, Norfolk UK
Death11 April 1917, age 37; Hyderabad Redoubt, Roeux (Arras) France
Death MemoKilled in action
Burial MemoBody never found
EducationCharterhouse Junior School and the King's School, Canterbury; Peterhouse, Cambridge, 1899, BA June 1902
OccupationTeacher at Elstree and Stanmore Preparatory Schools
ReligionCofE
MilitaryRoyal Horse Guards; Captain in No 4 Company, Household Battalion
ResidenceUK
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Web Page CHW Bodington history page

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BirthFemale
DeathDeceased, age not recorded
ResidenceUK
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Notes for Captain Cecil Herbert Wyndham BODINGTON

See the web page for a full obituary from Kings School, Canterbury, war memorial.

Following text taken from Cambridge Alumni, Volume I: Bodington, Cecil Herbert, Adm. pens. at PETERHOUSE, Dec 4 1898. 2nd Son of Herbert James Bodington Vicar of Upton Gray [sic], Hants. Born Jan 20 1880, at Suffield, Norfolk Schools, Charterhouse and King's, Canterbury. Matric. Michs.1899. Scholar, B.A. 1902. Went to the Cape. Sometime Tutor in India to the three sons of the Maharaja of Kapurthala. afterwards Master at Stanmore Park School, Stanmore. there in 1908. Served in the Great War (Capt., Royal Horse Guards, and Household Battalion). Killed in action April 11, 1917, aged 37. (7:A. Walker, 644, Schoolmasters Directory. Vis. of UK and Wales, XIV; The Times, April 28, 1917).

Sources

350.  Document, Ann Johnston, 2 December 2007
351.  Document, Deborah Bodington, RI USA, March 2008
356.  Document, John Hamblin
364.  Document, Visitation of England & Wales

Person record last updated: 1 Feb 2023

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