Captain Reginald George Stracey Mentioned in Dispatches
World War 1
Buried at Bailleul Road East Cemetery, Laurent-Blagny, France. IV, F, 3
Son of Louisa A. Stracey, of 28, Evelyn Mansions, Carlisle Place, Westminster, London, and the late Gilbert H. Stracey.
|Name of Memorial
|Eton College In the Cloisters Eton SL6 6DB England
|Eton College War Memorial
|World War 1
World War 2
|St Mary and St Margaret's Church Church Lane Sprowston Broadland Norfolk NR7 8AU
|St Mary and St Margaret's Church, Prowston
|World War 1
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