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  1. Captain Fergus Bowes-Lyon (18 April 1889 – 27 September 1915) was a British soldier and older brother of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, Queen consort of the United Kingdom from 1936 until 1952, and generally known in Britain as the Queen Mother. Bowes-Lyon was killed during World War I. He was a maternal uncle of the current queen, Elizabeth II

    • 1914-1915
    • Captain
  2. Captain BOWES-LYON, THE HON. FERGUS Died 27/09/1915 Aged 26 8th Bn. Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) Son of 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, of Glamis Castle, Forfarshire; husband of Lady Christian Bowes-Lyon (now Lady Christian Martin).

    • Glamis, Angus, Scotland
    • 27 Sep 1915 (aged 26)France
    • 18 Apr 1889Glamis, Angus, Scotland
    • April 18, 1889
  3. Fergus Lord; of Strathmore Bowes-Lyon. Collection: GenealogieOnline Family Tree Index. Birth: Apr 18 1889 - Glamis Castle, Glamis, Angus, Scotland. Death: Sep 27 1915 - During World War I. Parents: Claude George 14Th Earl of Strathmore And Kinghorne Bowes-Lyon, Nina Cecilia Cavendish-Bentinck.

    • April 18, 1889
    • Shirley Marie Caulk
    • Glamis Castle, Glamis, Angus, Scotland
  4. Le capitaine Fergus Bowes-Lyon ( 18 avril 1889 - 27 septembre 1915) est un soldat britannique et frère aîné d' Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, reine consort du Royaume-Uni de 1936 à 1952, et généralement connue en Grande-Bretagne sous le nom de reine mère. Il est tué pendant la Première Guerre mondiale.

  5. Fergus Bowes-Lyon Un artículo de Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre. Fergus Bowes-Lyon. Biografía; Nacimiento: 18 de abril de 1889 Casa Forbes ( en) Muerte:

  6. Fergus Michael Claude BOWES-LYON was born on month day 1889, at birth place, to Claude George Bowes-Lyon, KG, KT and Cecilia Nina Bowes-Lyon (born CAVENDISH BENTINCK). Claude was born on March 14 1855, in Lowndes Square, Belgravia, London, England.

  7. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has changed the commemoration for Captain Fergus Bowes-Lyon, an uncle of Her Majesty the Queen. Fergus died in France during the Battle of Loos in September 1915 and, until now, had been commemorated by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the Loos Memorial as he had no known grave.