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Sutton House & the Robertson brothers

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Sutton House
This building was given to the National Trust by W. A. Robertson in memory of his brothers Norman Cairns Robertson, Captn 2nd Bat.Hampshire Regt. who died 20th June 1917 at Hanover Germany, and of Laurance Grant Robertson, 2nd Lieut 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers who was killed in action in France during the Battle of the Somme in or near Delville Wood 30th July 1916.

Site: Sutton House & the Robertson brothers (1 memorial)

E9, Homerton High Street, Sutton House

The plaque is on the wall of the house, framed in our picture by the gate piers.

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Sutton House & the Robertson brothers

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Laurance Grant Robertson

Killed in or near Delville Wood.  Brother to William Alexander and Norman Cai...

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Norman Cairns Robertson

Brother to Laurance Grant and William Alexander.  From Ali-Berko: "Norman Cai...

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Sutton House & the Robertson brothers

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William Alexander Robertson

Elder brother to Laurance Grant and Norman Cairns. Left a lot of money in his...

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