Fisher, Henry Brian


He was the younger son of Dr. George E. and Lilian Fisher, of Skipton, Yorkshire and came to Winchester from Rev. C. Black’s school at Colwall, near Malvern. He was farming in Canada when war broke out, and returning to England, was gazetted to the 3rd Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers. He went to the front in July 1915, and early in 1916 was appointed to the newly formed Machine Gun Corps. He fell in fierce fighting at Delville Wood on July 25th 1916.

War: World War 1

  • Surname: Fisher
  • Forenames or initials: Henry Brian
  • House: A
  • Years in School: 1909-1912
  • Rank: Lieutenant
  • Regiment: Machine Gun Corps
  • Date of Birth: 7th August 1895
  • Date of Death: 25th July 1916
  • How Died: Killed in Action
  • Location in War Cloister: Outer F1
  • Decoration: NA
  • Burial Site: HEILLY STATION CEMETERY, MERICOURT-L'ABBE: Grave I.E.20