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  1. Captain The Hon. Fergus Bowes-Lyon (18 April 1889 – 27 September 1915) was a British officer and older brother of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, who later became the queen consort of King George VI. Fergus Bowes-Lyon was killed during World War I. He was a maternal uncle of Elizabeth II.

  2. Fergus Bowes-Lyon (1889–1915) noted golfer killed in the First World War, brother of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother (born Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon; 1900–2002), Queen of the United Kingdom as the wife of George VI, and mother of Elizabeth II.

  3. › story › 47Fergus Bowes-Lyon

    Last week, Fergus Bowes-Lyon, son of the 14 th Earl of Strathmore, elder brother to the Queen Mother and uncle to Queen Elizabeth II, was added to our Roll of Honour. Killed amongst the 20,000 men who fell at the Battle of Loos in 1915, his remains were not found until 2011; nearly a century after his death.

  4. 2011 - 2015. The Queen has spoken for the first time of her family's painful search for the missing body of her heroic uncle who was killed in the First World War. Remains of Captain Fergus Bowes-Lyon, the Queen Mother's brother, have never been recovered since he died at the Battle of Loos in northern France in 1915.

  5. Fergus was buried near where he died on the Loos battlefield in a disused quarry near the village of Vermelles. Unfortunately, the site suffered extensive shell damage during later fighting and his grave was lost, so after the war his name was recorded on the Loos Memorial to the missing.

  6. Fergus Michael Claude Bowes-Lyon, 17th and 4th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne (31 December 1928 – 19 August 1987), was a British nobleman and peer. He was a nephew of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother (born Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon), and a first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret .

  7. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has changed the commemoration for Captain Fergus Bowes-Lyon, an uncle of the late Queen Elizabeth II. Fergus died in France during the Battle of Loos in September 1915 and, until now, had been commemorated by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the Loos Memorial as he had no known grave.