Lieutenant Clement Cottrell-Dormer


World War 1



Aged 23
KIA at Krusieck, nr Ypres
Commemorated at the Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium. Panel 11
Son of Captain Charles and Mrs Ursula Cottrell-Dormer, of Rousham, Steeple Aston, Oxon. Educated at Eton. Joined 1911. His brothers Charles Melville Cottrell-Dormer, Coldstream Guards and Humphrey Cottrell-Dormer, Royal Navy also fell.


Country Location Name of Memorial Campaign Names Date(s)
England St. Leonard and St. James' Church Rousham House Drive Rousham OX25 4QX St. Leonard and St. James' Church Rousham World War 1
Clement Cottrell-Dormer 26-10-1914 View

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