I can confirm that this person is human. Whilst you are correct in stating that Andrew Fitzgibbon VC is acknowledged to be the youngest person to be awarded a VC (aged 15 years 3 months at the time of the action). He was, as far as I can gather, alive when it was awarded.
Captain Chavasse VC...
By all accounts I've read Stan Hollis was either had the biggest plums in the world, or was a total madman. Either way theres no denying that he was a hero. Though in common with most of his peers he never saw himself as such.
Staying with VCs.
Who was the youngest recipient of a posthumous VC?
Hollis? WOII (CSM) Stanley Elton Hollis VC of the Green Howards, PC (171) Reg Hollis of the Metropolitan Police (The Bill).
Stan Hollis received the only VC to be awarded for an action on D-Day. He was also noted as the man the Nazis couldn't kill, after surviving several previous wounds. I have...
According to the byelaws, they can only be subject to a fine "not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale.
Level 3 being £1000.
Weather that's per offence, or as a whole, I'm not knowledgeable enough to answer.
From watching this idiots click baitey channel though it would appear that £1000...
11 year old Alice Glaston from Little Wenlock was hanged in 1546. The youngest known female to be judicially executed in the UK.
The last female to be judicially executed in the UK was Ruth Ellis. Born in Rhyl, Flintshire.
You would think so wouldn't you? :D
I was on the phone to my insurance company last week, renewing my car insurance. Got to the part where the friendly young lady asked for my address. "00, Street, Clifton, Nottingham", says I......."What county is that in Mr Deltic?" says she.