Person    | Male  Born 12/8/1870  Died 18/3/1963

General Sir Hubert Gough, GCMC, KCB, KCVO

Categories: Armed Forces

Countries: Ireland

Born Ireland. Senior army officer in WW1, commanding the Fifth Army, not particularly successfully. Died in London.

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General Sir Hubert Gough, GCMC, KCB, KCVO

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Hubert Gough & Hornsey WW1 dead

This double plaque, the foundation stone, is under the window on the right. ...

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