Bianchi, Edward A
Edward Almachilde Bianchi
Son of Cecilio Scolastico Carravagi Bianchi and Angelino Bianchi née Arrigoni of Hampton Wick
Born about October 1892 at Fulham, Middlesex
Educated at Tiffin School, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey
Married Violet Alice Tough at Teddington in 1915
Lived at "Grantully", Manor Road, Teddington
Lieut. with the Oxfordshire & Bucks Light Infantry, 2/4th Battn. (attached to 184th L.Trench Mortar Battery)
Killed in action near St Quentin, France on 21st March 1918, aged 25
Listed on the Pozieres Memorial, Pozieres, Departement de la Somme, Picardie, France (Panel 50 and 51)
Listed on Teddington War Memorial
Listed on Sacred Heart Church War Memorial (as Lt E.A. Bianche)
Listed on Hampton Wick War Memorial
Commemorated on the Hampton Wick Remembers website.
Remembered on Tough Family Grave at Teddington Cemetery (Plot J)
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