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Old Bromsgrovians Past & Present

Former Pupils of Bromsgrove School.
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Bromsgrove School, School House 1912. F.B. Wearne seated second row, second from right. Mr F.J.R. Hendy, Headmaster seated middle row, 4th from left. Bromsgrove School, Public School, Field Marshal, Headmistress, Western Front, World War One, Boarders, Sergeant, Seated
Bromsgrove School, School House 1912. F.B. Wearne seated second row, second from right. Mr F.J.R. Hendy, Headmaster seated middle row, 4th from left.
Peter & Louise Collins F1 Racing, F1 Motor, Race Photography, Classy People
Peter Collins at Monaco 1956... but who is his female companion? - Page 2 - TNF's Archive
Peter & Louise Collins
Leslie Wynn Moore, O.B. M.C.Lieutenant Royal Artillery. Photograph taken just after the WWI. Moore was another member of the 1911 1st XV squad who did not feature in the official photograph Family History Book, History Books, Wwi, Vintage Images, Leslie, Squad
Leslie Wynn Moore, O.B. M.C.Lieutenant Royal Artillery. Photograph taken just after the WWI. Moore was another member of the 1911 1st XV squad who did not feature in the official photograph
Arthur Chaytor Pepper (left) and John Rupert Wilson (right) on a yacht in the late 1920s. Pepper served as an officer in the Royal Flying Corps, was shot down and made a prisoner of war. Wilson served as an officer in the Royal Sussex regiment. In 1932 he tragically committed suicide. It was believed that he never recovered from his experiences in the war. Ancient World History, Twelfth Night, Prisoners Of War, Scott Fitzgerald, Rupert, British History
Arthur Chaytor Pepper (left) and John Rupert Wilson (right) on a yacht in the late 1920s. Pepper served as an officer in the Royal Flying Corps, was shot down and made a prisoner of war. Wilson served as an officer in the Royal Sussex regiment. In 1932 he tragically committed suicide. It was believed that he never recovered from his experiences in the war.
Eustace Jotham's V.C. held by Bromsgrove School. Leakey, Crimean War, Victoria, Cross, News
Eustace Jotham's V.C. held by Bromsgrove School.
Lieutenant Commander Percy Thompson Dean, one of the heroes of the Zeebrugge Raid. Awarded the Victoria Cross for picking up survivors under murderous fire. A4 Poster, Poster Prints, Lt Commander, Maritime Art, Military Artwork, War Image, Art Uk, Vintage Artwork, Military History
Lieutenant Commander Percy Thompson Dean (1877–1939), VC | Art UK
Lieutenant Commander Percy Thompson Dean, one of the heroes of the Zeebrugge Raid. Awarded the Victoria Cross for picking up survivors under murderous fire.
Bromsgrove School 1st XV 1911. Visiting, Olds, World War I, State School
Bromsgrove School 1st XV 1911.
Bromsgrove School 1st XI Cricket Team 1901. Eustace Jotham V.C. seated 2nd from right, middle row. Edwardian Costumes, Cricket Team, British Isles
Bromsgrove School 1st XI Cricket Team 1901. Eustace Jotham V.C. seated 2nd from right, middle row.
Interior of Big School 1909. Bromsgrove School. Photograph from album of C.K. Thursby-Pelham. Glasgow University, Pelham, Past, Archive, England
Interior of Big School 1909. Bromsgrove School. Photograph from album of C.K. Thursby-Pelham.
O.T.C. Camp. 1910 Bromsgrove School. British Armed Forces, Centre, The Past
O.T.C. Camp. 1910 Bromsgrove School.
L.W. Moore M.C., Royal Artillery, Old Bromsgrovian, friend of Frank Bernard Wearne V.C. Bernard, Royal, Past Tense
L.W. Moore M.C., Royal Artillery, Old Bromsgrovian, friend of Frank Bernard Wearne V.C.
Captain Eustace Jotham V.C. Old Bromsgrovian. Photographed 1913 (approx) wearing uniform of the 51st Sikhs FF. Died Waziristan January 1915 trying to save the life of one of his men, surrounded and overcome by tribesmen. Victoria Cross awarded posthumously. V.C. now in possession of Bromsgrove School. Colonial India, British Colonial, British Army Uniform, Cross Medal, Tribesman, Mughal Empire, Age Of Empires, Indian Army
Captain Eustace Jotham V.C. Old Bromsgrovian. Photographed 1913 (approx) wearing uniform of the 51st Sikhs FF. Died Waziristan January 1915 trying to save the life of one of his men, surrounded and overcome by tribesmen. Victoria Cross awarded posthumously. V.C. now in possession of Bromsgrove School.
Spencer Robert Valentine Travers, Old Bromsgrovian, Lieutenant Royal Munster Fusiliers. One of the 1911 team at the start of the season but his eye was injured in a serious laboratory accident. He and his brother, Arthur Stewart Travers, both served in the 7th Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliers. S.R.V. Travers was killed on the 9th August 1915 at Gallipoli, shot by a sniper. He received a posthumous mention in despatches. Munster, Battalion, Injured, Accident, His Eyes
Spencer Robert Valentine Travers, Old Bromsgrovian, Lieutenant Royal Munster Fusiliers. One of the 1911 team at the start of the season but his eye was injured in a serious laboratory accident. He and his brother, Arthur Stewart Travers, both served in the 7th Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliers. S.R.V. Travers was killed on the 9th August 1915 at Gallipoli, shot by a sniper. He received a posthumous mention in despatches.