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VC670   Arthur James Terence Fleming-Sandes

BORN   24 June 1894

DIED   24 May 1961   AGE   66

VC Won   29 September 1915   AGE   21

Place VC Won   Hohenzollern Redoubt, France

War/Campaign   First World War 1915

Name   Arthur James Terence Fleming-Sandes   No.      

VC Issue No.   670   Awards   VC   

Regiment   East Surrey Regiment, 2nd Battalion


Now   Princess of Wales Royal Regiment

Rank VC Won   Temporary Second Lieutenant

Rank End Of Career   Major

Place Of Birth   Northstead Road, Tulse Hill Park, London, England

Place Of Death   White Horse Hotel, Romsey, Hampshire, England

Buried/Location Ashes   Torquay Crematorium, Torquay, Devon, England

Cremated   Torquay Crematorium, Torquay, Devon, England

Date Buried/Cremated   30 May 1961

Headstone   Ashes   Plot/Grave no.   Lawns, Garden of Remembrance

Gazetted   18 November 1915

VC Presented   15 January 1916 by King George V at Buckingham Palace, London, England


P  Named on oak panels, All Saints Parish Church, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey

By The Way…

During his time in the Sudan after the war, his medals were stolen. The medal box was recovered, the only medal left in the box was the VC, the thief thinking it worthless

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Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment Museum, Clandon Park, West Clandon, Guildford, Surrey, England



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