PINNEY John Adderley
Regiment : 1st Battalion Royal Fusiliers attached C Squadron 38th King George's Own Central India Horse
Service number : J0
Conflict : WW1
Date of death : 1st December 1917 aged 21
Buried : Tincourt New British Cemetery, France, Grave III. C. 20.
Birthplace : Worcestershire
Relatives : Son of Major John C.D. and the Hon. Mrs Pinney, of Waterloo Cottage, Bredon, Tewkesbury
Memorial : Kemerton War Memorial
Also appears on : Bredon St Giles Church WW1 Memorial as John A. Pinney with the information: R. Fus. (Attd 38th C.I.H.) Lieut. Kemerton St Nicholas Church Pinney Memorial.
Mentioned in Despatches. An Observer with Royal Flying Corps from November 1914 to June 1915.
Additional information on the memorial: Lt. R. Fus. Attd. 38th C.I.H.
Appears in the Worcester/Worcestershire Roll of Honour Book for army casualties located in Worcester Cathedral.