Captain L Mahon


Peninsula War

Also mentioned on a now destroyed plaque following the bombing of the Guards Chapel during WW2
From a letter from a retired Australian Army Officer wriiting an article on 6 Guards Officers including two 3rd Guards(Standen and Blane) who fought at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815


Country Location Name of Memorial Campaign Names Date(s)
France Saint Eteine, Bayonne. France 3rd Guards Cemetery, Saint Eteine, Bayonne. Peninsula War
L Mahon -- View
England The Royal Military Chapel (The Guards' Chapel) of St James Park Wellington Barracks Birdcage Walk Westminster City Of Westminster Greater London SW1H 6HQ Memorial Plaque in Guards Chapel World War 1
Boer War
L Mahon -- View

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