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Second Lieutenant

RUPERT PRICE HALLOWES V C, M C, Mentioned in Despatches

Regiment: 4th Bn. Middlesex Regiment

Died: 30/09/1915   Aged: 34

Buried: Bedford House Cemetery,West-Vlaanderen, Belgium

Cemetery/memorial ref: Enclosure No.4 XIV. B. 36.

Inscription: “FROM DEATH TO LIFE / FELL AT HOOGE”

Son of F. B. and Mary Ann Taylor Hallowes, of Dan-y-Ffynnon, Port Talbot, Glamorgan

Rupert Hallowes is also commemorated on the family grave in Plot 84 at Brookwood Cemetery.           

Hallowes' Victoria Cross is displayed at the National Army Museum, Chelsea, London.

Scout Ref: Secretary of the Port Talbot Boy Scout Association

Links to other sites:

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Relevant Reading

“Bloody Red Tabs”

“VCs of the First World War: Western Front 1915”