Henry Haines. World War One Memorial Plaque

Memorial Plaque, or Dead Man‘s Penny to

Henry Charles Haines

The 2 listings on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission as follows.

Name:HAINES, HENRY CHARLES Initials:H C Nationality:United Kingdom Rank:Private Regiment/Service:13th Hussars Date of Death:30/10/1914 Service No:6923 Casualty Type:Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference:Panel 5. Memorial:YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

Medal Index Card confirms he was K I A, Killed in Action Entered France 7th October 1914

OR -

Name:HAINES, HENRY CHARLES Initials:H C Nationality:United Kingdom Rank:Private Regiment/Service:Army Service Corps Unit Text:M.T. Age:26 Date of Death:22/11/1918 Service No:M2/021027 Additional information:Son of Robert Lytton Haines and Eliza Haines, of “St. Quentin,” High St., Lower Feltham. Born at Bedfont, Middx. Casualty Type:Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference:LL. 29. Cemetery:FELTHAM CEMETERY

MIC entered France 12/12/1914. Discharged 20/02/1918 Entitled to a Full Trio and Silver Wound Badge.

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