Personal information about Algernon Freeman

Please note that this person is not acutally buried in Newtown Road Cemetery, but is remembered here on a Family grave or memorial.

Below is all the information we have about Algernon Freeman. As far as we know, the information is correct. However, if you find any errors or have additional information, certificates or pictures, please contact us so that we can update this page. Thank you.

War Memorial

Algernon Wyndham Freeman is not buried in Newtown Road Cemetery.
However a war memorial was erected by family members so that they could honour the memory of their loved one who was killed overseas in the service of their country.

Algernon Wyndham Freeman
Berkshire Yeomanry
Son of Mrs. R. Freeman, of "Wilton," Fellows Rd., South Farnborough, Hants.
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Memorial Details

  Algernon Freeman
  21 August 1915
  Cross with 3 plinths, kerbstones & scroll
  1st Plinth west: In / loving memory of / 2nd plinth: Charles Hood Freeman / Who died April 21st 1901 / aged 18 years / 3rd Plinth: to be with Christ which is far better phil.1.23 / Interred at Pietermaritzburg, South Africa / South kerbstone: In loving memory of Percy Fredrick Freeman born Oct 23rd 1887 died Jan 1st 1888 / 3rd Plinth south: Rosetta Freeman / at rest Sept 1st 1942 / aged 83 years / Scroll: Also of Algernon Freeman / brother of the above kiilled in action Gallipoli Aug 21st 1915 / aged 21 years Berks. Yeomanry / Fight the Good Fight
  27 June 2017
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Other people list on this memorial

Charles Hood Freeman
Percy Fredrick Freeman
Rosetta Freeman



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Article source:    Newbury weekly news
Date of source:    07 October 1915
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News



Another son [of Mr and Mrs C.E. Freeman], Trooper Algernon Freeman, of the Berks Yeomanry, was reported missing after the great charge in Gallipoli, and no further news has been received of him.

It was stated at the time that he was an apprentice at Messrs Edwards and Goddings, but this was his brother, Lce-Corporal Geoffrey Freeman, also of the Berks Yeomanry, who was in the same engagement and among the fortunate survivors.

This obituary entry is awaiting verification.

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