Captain Sir Edward Hamilton Westrow Hulse
World War 1
KIA Neuve Chapelle, Aged 25
Buried at Rue-David Military cemetery, Fleurbaix, France. I.,G.,40
7th Bart. Son of Sir Edward Henry and the Hon. Lady Edith Maud Hulse, of Breamore House, Breamore, Salisbury.
Also commemorated Eton, Balliol and Salisbury Cathedral
|Country||Location||Name of Memorial||Campaign||Names||Date(s)|
|England||PARISH CHURCH Breamore Neworest Hampshire England||Breamore South Charford And Wood Green||World War 1
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