WIMBLEDON - LONDON
Putney Vale Cemetery & Crematorium
Gap Road Cemetery
Photo: julia & keld
Lieutenant Eric Duncan GRANT
Born: London, England
Australian Flying Corps
Died 4-4-1918 in aeroplane (Sop Camel No. B 9248) accident
at Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire
Resting: Putney Vale Cemetery
Honoured Australian War Memorial Panel 187
The late Lieutenant Grant was accorded a Military Funeral, Firing Party,
Bugler and Pallbearers, under the command of Lieut. Brown, Admin.
Headquarters, A.I.F., London, being supplied from Administrive Headquarters.
The coffin was draped with the Australian Flag and the "Last Post" was
sounded at the graveside by an Australian Bugler.
Lieuts. Hillyard Smith and Stafford, A.F.C. represented the A.F.C.
Many beautiful wreaths were sent by relatives and by different branches
of the A.F.C., one in particular in the form of a plane was sent by the N.C.O's
and men of the Squadron of which the deceased Officer was an Instructor
at the time he met his death.
Administrative Headquarters, A.I.F. London, were represented at the funeral.
Relatives & Friends present at funeral:
Mother ( Mrs. H. Grant, 249, Cromwell Rd, London, S.W.) Sister (Miss Y. Grant)
Brother(Master C. Grant) Grandmother ( Mrs Neithercott, 26, Trebover Road,
Earls Court) Cousin ( Bdr. Roy Grizoni), R.F.A. and Mr. M. Grizoni, Putney
Photo: Roberto Lagnado