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Lance Corporal Herbert Phillip Stone (SPTS/55)

23rd (1st Sportsman's) Bn, The Royal Fusiliers, 99th Brigade, 2nd Division, B.E.F.

Capbadge of the 2nd London Regiment (Royal Fusilers)

Malvern Commemoration: Malvern Library

Burial/Commemoration: Thiepval Memorial

Nature of Death: Killed in action France 24/4/1918

Age: 29

Next of Kin: Son of Elizabeth Mary Stone of Emlyn, Great Malvern and the late William Stone.

Herbert Stone, born in Burton-on-Trent, was an early volunteer for the 1st Sportsman’s Battalion that was raised by Mr E Cunliffe-Owen in November 1914. As the name suggests hundreds of sportsmen flocked to the Hotel Cecil in the Strand, and the unit was taken on by the Royal Fusiliers [1]. His link with Malvern is not altogether known – Soldiers Died in the Great War as living in Worcestershire, but his death was not mentioned in the Malvern News.


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