Lieutenant Charles Sackville Pelham
Born: 14th August 1887, Hanover Square, London
Died: 30th October 1914, aged 27
Uncle: Victor Ralph Pelham
Uncle: Henry Cornwallis Pelham
Uncle: Dudley Roger Hugh Pelham
Educated: Eton; RMC Sandhurst
Military Service :
Served in the machine gun section of the Royal Horse Guards in WW1. On the 30th of October 1914 the order to withdraw did not reach the machine gun section he was in charge of as well as some other sections and they were cut off. Lord Worsley was first listed as 'Missing', and was officially recorded as dead early in 1915.
He was originally buried at Zandvoorde, now the site of The Household Cavalry Memorial, but exhumed and buried at Ypres Town Cemetery Extension, grave reference II. D. 4.
Further information - The Masonic Great War Project
Wikipedia: Charles Pelham, Lord Worsley
Who's Who: WORSLEY, Lord, Charles Sackville Pelham
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