With reference to your very interesting article “Out of the Past,” may I add that Captain Leefe Robinson is buried in a corner of the annex to the church yard of Harrow Weald Church. The stone was, I believe, restored by the British Legion some five years ago. Opposite the churchyard is the Leefe Robinson Public House, which, when I was last in there, contained many interesting souveniers of the gallant Captain and the L.21.
G. H. St. Leger-Chambers.
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