Ancient Society of College Youths
Londonderry, Londonderry
Cathedral Church of St Columb
Monday, 27 August 2018 in 3h 22 (32–0–6 in D)
5002 Bristol Surprise Royal
1 Colin M Parker
2 Stephanie J Warboys
3 Dickon R Love
4 Jillian E Parker
5 R Mark Esbester
6 Graham M Bradshaw
7 John S Warboys
8 Alistair J Cherry (C)
9 Philip R Goodyer
10 Brian P Diserens
Remembering Second Lieutenant Hubert Hugh Arbuckle, Londonderry, St Columb's Honorary Bell Ringers. Died 02/09/1918 age 26. Royal Irish Regiment 2nd Bn. Commemorated at Queant Road Cemetery, Buissy, France, Grave VII E 13.
He was wounded in action on 01/07/1916 (gunshot wound, left knee), and reached No.9 General Hospital Rouen, France, on 03/07/1916. He later returned to England aboard the Hospital Ship Carisbrook Castle and received further treatment in the 2nd Birmingham War Hospital at Northfield. After recovery and a period of home service, he again went to France on 25/07/1917, but returned to England on 25/09/1917 as he was being considered for a commission. After training at No.7 Officer Training Battalion at Moore Park, County Cork, Ireland, he received a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Royal Irish Regiment and returned overseas. After his death, he was initially buried at a point 1 1/2 miles north east of Queant, but his remains were later exhumed and reburied at Queant Road Cemetery. Born: Londonderry. Enlisted: On 11/09/1914 at Londonderry, initially in the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, Service No.15295.Resided (1911 Census): 9 Abercorn Place, Londonderry.
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