Phillips, John H.M
John Harold Montague Phillips
Son of Major John Henley Shawe Phillips and Mrs Charlotte Marie Phillips née Taylor
Born about March 1896 at Hammersmith, Middlesex
Lived at 35 Longfield, Broom Road, Teddington
Educated at Malden College and Camborne Mining School in Cornwall
Enlisted as Private in the Honourable Artillery Company but subsequently obtained
a commission as 2nd Lieut with the Royal Engineers, 4th (London) Field Company.
Died of wounds in France on 25th January 1916, aged 20 years.
Buried at Bethune Town Cemetery, Departement du Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France (Plot: II. M. 8).
Listed on Teddington War Memorial
Commemorated on the Hampton Wick Remembers website
Commemorated on the Camborne Mining School War Memorial at St Martin & St Meriodoc Church, Cornwall
Commemorated with his brother, George F. Phillips, on a plaque in St Pauls Church, Culham, Oxfordshire
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