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Corporal Charles Garforth VC

Corporal Charles Garforth VC
Corporal Charles Garforth VC
Inscription

Corporal Charles Garforth, 15th (the King's) Hussars, 23rd August and 3rd September 1914.

This stone was laid exactly 100 years to the day from his first act of bravery.

Site: Corporal Charles Garforth VC (1 memorial)

NW10, Letchmere Road

The plaque is in the middle of the pavement under the trees.

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Corporal Charles Garforth VC

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Corporal Charles Garforth, VC

Soldier. Charles Ernest Garforth was born in Willesden Green. He was a corpor...

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