MOGRIDGE Basil Fullelove West

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Basil Fullelove West Mogridge was the son of the Reverend Henry Twells Mogridge and Fanny Mogridge, of Scalford Vicarage, Melton Mowbray. He was educated at Oakham School between 1910 and 1914 and then at St. John's College, Cambridge. Basil became a Second Lieutenant in the 1st/4th Battalion Leicestershire Regiment and was killed in action on 13 October 1915 at Hohenzollern Redoubt in the Battle of Loos. He was just 19 years old.  He is remembered on panel 42 of the Loos Memorial and the chapel at Oakham School.

 

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  • Oakham School Chapel
  • Oakham School Memorial 4
  • Loos Memorial drone 2
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  • Panels 42 to 44
  • B F Mogridge RR1

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Born 1896.Oakham School 1910-14: Prefect; Rugby ColourScholar of St John's College, Cambridge.Remembered on Panel 42-44 of the Loos memorial.
By BN on Tuesday 17th June '14 at 5:07pm
My Great-Uncle Basil and I share the same middle name 'Fullelove' and we share the same engagement ring that my wife now wears, as it was bequeathed to me by his brother Courtney. Great-Uncle Courtney served with the Royal Ulster Rifles. My Mother and I visited Basil's memorial 5 years ago, and I will be forever grateful to those that died and survived fighting WWI.Thank you to BN for your informative post, and thank you to rutlandremembers.org for this site.
By HMF Mogridge on Sunday 8th November '15 at 6:18pm
 

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