Major Carew Barnett

Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry

Died: Wednesday 8 December 1915 (aged 48)

Connected records

Record:
BARNETT, CAREW
Additional information:
Son of the late Edward Barnett, of Kenton Court, Sunbury-on-Thames; husband of Elsie Kathleen Barnett, late of Covington, Kimbolton, Huntingdon. Educated at Summerfield and Charterhouse. Late of the Indian Army; awarded Burma Medal (1889-92), and China Medal (1900).
Cemetery:
YPRES RESERVOIR CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
X. D. 21.
Country:
Belgium

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Barnett, C
Memorial:
St Georges Young Mens Class - WW1 (WMR 25386)
Location:
Manchester, Greater Manchester
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Barnett, C
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Holy Cross Church (WMR 131)
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Catford, Greater London
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Barnett, C
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Dunlop Aviation Workers WW1 And WW2 (WMR 38590)
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Coventry, West Midlands
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Barnett, C
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Appleton with Eaton (WMR 31204)
Location:
Appleton, Oxfordshire
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Barnett, C
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East Challow Lych Gate (WMR 31570)
Location:
East Challow, Oxfordshire
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Barnett, C
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Hail Weston (WMR 266)
Location:
Hail Weston, Cambridgeshire
Name recorded:
Barnett, C
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St Nicholas Church - Cross (WMR 22954)
Location:
Alford, Surrey
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Barnett, C
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Charterhouse School - Chapel WW1 And WW2 (WMR 23503)
Location:
Godalming, Surrey
Name recorded:
Barnett, C
Memorial:
Major C Barnett (WMR 193)
Location:
Covington, Cambridgeshire