Forename Aubrey Hampden
Surname Barrington-Kennett
Rank 2nd Lieutenant
Regiment The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
Age 26
Death Died of wounds
Place of Death France
Date of Death 20/09/1914
Year of Entry 1905
Social C
School Notes
Comments Obituary in Radleian of 17/12/1914 and in Radleian of 17/11/1914

One of four brothers. Two of his brothers, Basil and Victor, not ORs, also fell
Commonwealth War Graves Commission Link
Unit 2nd Battalion
Prefect Prefect
Military Decorations
Album Number 4
Battle Battle of the Aisne
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Additional Notes Featured in The history of the 43rd and 52nd (Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire) Light Infantry in the Great War 1914-1918. Vol. 2. By S.Harris, 2012
The composer George Butterworth (Radley Music Master 1909) dedicated his 'Shropshire Lad' song cycle to his elder brother, Aubrey. (See 'Banks of green willow: the life and times of George Butterworth' by Anthony Murphy, 2012)
Burial or Cemetery VAILLY BRITISH CEMETERY, Aisne, France. Grave ref II. E. 8
Place of Birth Petworth, Sussex
Post School prep school Ludgrove; University College, Oxford
Shields in Hall