Gerald Hinton Bailey
Location: Church of St. Mary & St. Michael, Stoke Charity, Hampshire
Details on cross:
Lieut Gerald Hinton Bailey
Durham Light Infantry
Fell near Ypres Buried Bailleul
Text type (e.g. hand-written, GRU tags, carved): metal embossed
A curious cross that appears to have been wrapped in tin or brass plate.
Cross dimensions (millimetres please)
Shaft Height: 114500 to pointed base
Cross beam width: 4500
Width of wood: 7000
Thickness or depth: 2300
Survey and photographs courtesy of John Vigar
Date of survey: 22 June 2017
at National archive (weblink)
Date of Death: 20/10/1915
Regiment/Service: Durham Light Infantry 13th Bn.
Grave Reference: I. C. 126.
Cemetery: BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, NORD
Son of Frederick Hinton Bailey and Gertrude Agatha E. Bailey, of “Stoke Charytie,” Erpingham Rd., Bournemouth. Native of Micheldever, Hants.