Diamond War Memorial Project

Lieutenant Colonel Hubert M. Lenox-Conyngham

Army Veterinary Corps. Regimental Number ----
Born: ---- Died: 1918-03-15 Aged: -- Enlisted: ------


Youngest son of Colonel Sir William Lenox-Conyngham, K.C.B., of Springhill, Moneymore.

Lieutenant Colonel Lenox-Conyngham went to the Front with the original Expeditionary Force, and was mentioned in despatches by Field Marshal Viscount French. He was subsequently awarded the D.S.O., and the brevet of lieutenant colonel in recognition of his services, and was twice mentioned by Sir Douglas Haig. At the time of his death, a brother, Major W. A. Lenox-Conyngham, general list, was serving in a record office, and another brother, Colonel G. P. Lenox-Conyngham, late Royal Engineers, was still on the active list. Another brother, Lieutenant Colonel John Lenox-Conyngham, Connaught Rangers, fell at the head of his men in September 1916.