Malvern College First World War Casualty

Lieutenant Henry Francis Bingham-Stevens

Photo of Henry Francis Bingham-Stevens
House and time at Malvern: No 3, 1904 - 1907.

Regiment: Royal West Kent Regt.
Died: 17 September 1915 aged 25 in France. Killed in action in France.
Cemetery: Poelcapelle British Cemetery L X1 D 3

Son of The Rev. Canon Bingham Stevens and Mrs. Bingham Stevens, of The Beck, Wateringbury, Kent.
Upper IV B—Army II. House Prefect. House XI Football.
Keble College, Oxford ; B.A. (Third Class History) 1914.
6th Bn. Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

'All through his school career he showed remarkable vigour and keenness in all that he did. He was of an independent nature with a strong sense of duty, and he did his work as a House Prefect in a conscientious, straightforward manner. He was looking forward to taking Holy Orders. He left Oxford in June 1914, and shortly after the outbreak of war he received a commission in the 6th Royal West Kent Regiment, He was killed in France on Sept. 17th, aged 25.' (Malvernian, Nov 1915).

Service record: WO 339/11531 Geni Profile inc biography Also and war diary extract and at Keble

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