Captain Peter Handcock Broughton-Adderley MC Military Cross


World War 1



Died of wounds received in action at the Selle river Aged 27
Buried at Delsaux Farm Cemetery, Beugny, France. 1, G, 15
Eldest son of Hubert John Broughton-Adderley and the Hon. Florence Margaret Broughton-Adderley nee Handcock, daughter of Richard Handcock, 4th Baron Castlemaine of Moydrum and Hon. Louisa Matilda Harris.


Country Location Name of Memorial Campaign Names Date(s)
England Lord's Cricket Ground St John's Wood Road St John's Wood London NW8 8QN MCC Marylebone Cricket Club WW1 World War 1
Peter Broughton-Adderley 16-10-1918 View
England Eton College In the Cloisters Eton SL6 6DB England Eton College War Memorial World War 1
World War 2
Peter Broughton-Adderley 16-10-1918 View

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