2nd Lieut George Alington and Chaplain Maurice Peel

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Reference WMO/281705


St John the Baptist Church

Church Street


SY11 4DG


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Brass plaque on inside wall of St John the Baptist Church, Whittington, commemorating George Henry Allington, commemorated on Basra Memorial, and Maurice Berkeley Peel, buried at Queant Road Cemetery, Buissy.
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In Memory of / Emily / 2nd daughter of Julius and Catherine / Mary Alington of Little Barford, St. / Neots, Hunts and wife of the Revd. the Hon. Maurice B. Peel. Born 28th Decbr. 1878. / Married 29th July 1909. Died 24th March 1912. Also of George Henry Alington 4th and youngest son of Julius and Catherine M. Alington. Born 23rd April 1887 / I.A.R.O. attached to 2/9 Gurkha Rifles / killed in action in Kut Mesopotamia / 23rd February 1917 And of Maurice Berkeley Peel / 4th and youngest son of 1st Viscount Peel / Born 23rd April 1873 / Attached as Chaplain to the Royal Welsh Fusiliers killed in Bullecourt France. / 13th May 1917

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