Hanna, David W

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"NatWest Bank Teddington Memorial for David W Hanna"

David Wishart Hanna

Son of James Wishart Hanna and Jean Cockburn Hanna née Dick

Born 19th December 1890 at Fulham, Middlesex

He lived with his family at ‘Claremont’, Parson’s Green, Middlesex

A clerk at a London branch of Parr’s Bank and transferred to its Teddington branch..

2nd Lt.(Tp) with Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) and Lieutenant with Middlesex Regiment, 8th Battn.

He was recovering from a wound he received during action which resulted in being awarded the Military Cross when he had a motoring accident at Shornclife and died at Helena Hospital, Shornclife, Kent on 24th June 1916, aged 25

Buried 30 June 1916 at Fulham New Cemetery (East Sheen) (Grave BC.184)

(See: Find A Grave Memorial# 40014625)

Listed on NatWest Bank War Memorial, High Street, Teddington

This memorial was moved in 2018 to NatWest Bank in Twickenham following the closure of the Teddington Branch.

This page is part of the Online WW1 War Memorial for Teddington developed by the History Group of The Teddington Society. Click on any photo for a higher resolution version. Please send any corrections or additional information by email to David Neller at DaveNeller@aol.com. Copyright for the material on this page rests with the contributor. Click to return to the Home page for the Online WW1 War Memorial for Teddington.