Coram, Hubert Harrington

Son of Herbert Adamson Coram, solicitor’s clerk, of 35 Upper Belmont Road. Younger brother of Ella M, and elder brother of Percy B.

Coram was born on 10/02/1886, and attended the School from 1897-1900. He served as a Company Quartermaster Sergeant in the Army, with the Gloucestershire Regiment 6th Bn. "C" Coy.. Coram sadly lost his life on 03/09/1916, as a result of the War.

 

Coram is buried in Auchonvillers Military Cemetery, France, grave reference II. H. 11.

Prior to joining the army, Coram was working as a teacher.

 

Irreparable Loss (BGS Chronicle December 1916)

"aged 30, 1897-1900. An old Boy and the son of an Old Boy. He joined the 6th Gloucesters and was serving as Company Quarter-Master Sergeant, when he was killed by a shell on September 3rd. His best tribute is the letter written by the men who knew him to his widow: 'We realise what an irreparable loss you have sustained, and believe us we have experiences a big loss as well, seeing that your late husband was so well liked and even loved by all who came in contact with him: we have lost and missed a great friend.' " 

Hubert Harrington Coram

Born: 10 February 1886

School dates: 1897-1900

Rank: Company Quatermaster Sergeant

Regiment: Gloucestershire Regiment 6th Bn. "C" Coy.

Died: 03 September 1916

Age: 30

Remembered: Auchonvillers Military Cemetery, France

Reference: II. H. 11.

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