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Captain Arthur Edward Jeune Collins

Royal Engineers

Died: Wednesday 11 November 1914

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Record:
COLLINS, ARTHUR EDWARD JEUNE
Additional information:
Son of the late A. H. Collins, I.C.S., and Mrs. Collins; husband of Ethel A. Collins, of 11, Park Mansions, Bath. In 1899 Arthur Edward Jeune Collins scored 628 not out in a house cricket match at Clifton College, which remains the highest individual score ever recorded anywhere in the world.
Cemetery:
YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Panel 9.
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name:
Lieutenant Collins
Context:
Killed in action
Date:
11 Nov 1914
Diary:
2 DIVISION: Divisional Troops: 5 Field Company Royal Engineers. (page 75)
Name:
Lieutenant Collins
Context:
Killed in action
Date:
12 Nov 1914
Diary:
2 DIVISION: Divisional Troops: 41 Brigade Royal Field Artillery. (page 383)
Name:
Lieutenant Collins
Context:
other
Date:
14 Nov 1914
Diary:
1 DIVISION: 2 Infantry Brigade: 1 Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. (page 28)
Name:
Lieutenant Collins
Context:
Missing in action
Date:
14 Nov 1914
Diary:
1 DIVISION: 2 Infantry Brigade: 1 Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. (page 44)