Cheltonians Buried In Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery

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Cheltonians Buried In

Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery, Gosport


Location:  Gosport, Hants

Visited:   29th March 2003

“Cheltonians” buried in this Cemetery:   1

Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery

Copyright and source:  Commonwealth War Graves Commission

“Cheltonians” buried in this Cemetery

  Copyright:  David J James, 29th March 2003

Captain Henry SAVILE, Royal Navy, died of illness at Portsmouth on 1st November 1914, aged 60, and is buried in the Cemetery.  


He had retired from the Navy in 1903 and at the outbreak of war he offered his services to the Admiralty and was appointed to command the Duke of Westminster’s Yacht, HMY Portia.


He is commemorated on the Cheltenham War Memorial and the All Saints Church War Memorial.


He resided at Lewisham House, Suffolk Road, Cheltenham.


Captain Henry Savile RN

1854 – 1914

(This photo was published in the “Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic” on 7th November 1914)




Page last updated:  12th April 2014


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