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Grave of William Howe Hennis

Waterloo 200
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Artefact researched by: Alistair Rust

Date added: 9 Mar 2015

Does he have a living descendant?

I'm certainly not a relative of Lieutenant General William Howe Hennis but on my daily commute through Brompton Cemetery I spotted the Lieutenant's grave there that states he was present at Waterloo, evidently still in his teens. A photo is attached. No doubt there are others amongst the 35,000+ graves so I'll just have to keep my eyes peeled.

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