Private Robert H. Rogers

Lancashire Fusiliers

Died: Friday 28 February 1919 (aged 43)

Connected records

Record:
ROGERS, ROBERT H.
Additional information:
Husband of M. A. Rogers, of 29, Woodland St., Higher Broughton, Manchester.
Cemetery:
MANCHESTER SOUTHERN CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Q. 367 (Screen Wall).
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name recorded:
Rogers, R H
Memorial:
St Clements Church Board WW1 And WW2 (WMR 15958)
Location:
Lower Broughton, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Rogers, R H
Memorial:
St Mary The Virgin Church Board WW1and WW2 (WMR 17204)
Location:
Ticehurst, East Sussex

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Name:
Lieutenant W E Rogers
Context:
other
Date:
28 Feb 1919
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 10 Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (Pioneers) (page 529)