Plaque | War served | WW1

Cecil John Kinross VC

Erection date: 17/2/2011

Inscription

Cecil John Kinross, V.C., 1896 - 1957, born here on the 17th February 1896, awarded the Victoria Cross for "most conspicuous bravery in action during prolonged and severe operations" at the Battle of Passchendaele in October 1917. Hillingdon London.

Site: Cecil John Kinross VC (1 memorial)

UB9, Off Harvil Road, Dews Farm

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Cecil John Kinross, VC

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