WW1 Brothers Memorial Plaques Royal Navy Royal Artillery
Issued to commemorate the ultimate sacrifices of “CHARLES SAMUEL PENGELLY” Royal Navy and “HENRY RICHARD PENGELL” Royal Field Artillery
Both are Unique Names
Charles Samuel Pengelly was born at Devonport on 17 October 1894 and was a printer by trade upon his joining the Royal Navy on 18 December 1914. Serving as a Sick Berth Attendant at the Royal Navy Hospital, Plymouth, Pengelly was struck down with meningitis and died on 15 July 1915. He is buried in the Plymouth (Weston Mill) Cemetery.
645208 Driver Henry Richard Pengell was Killed in Action on the 15th April 1918 whilst serving with the 51st Division Ammunition Column.
Both where natives of Keyhem Devon, their parents living at 11, Vanguard Terrace, Keyham, Devonport.
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