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Herbert Wood Hanbury (1876-1916)
1917 Obituary 
HERBERT WOOD HANBURY, born at Leeds on the 22nd June, 1876, was killed in action in France on the 17th September, 1916.
After a visit to the St. Louis Exhibition, he purchased a printing and publishing business, and under the style of Hanbury, Tomsett and Company carried it on for some 9 years at Kensal Rise.
At the outbreak of war he received his commission in the Middlesex Regiment. As a musketry instructor he was promoted temporary captain, and wrote a manuel on “Aiming and Firing.”
He was elected an Associate Member on the 3rd December, 1901.