Alfred Berry Brewster

Carte de Visite
L. Fiorillo - Photographer
Alexandria, Egypt
14 July, 1877

Below: Reverse of Carte de Viste. Signed
by Brewster, dated in another hand.
Alfred Berry Brewster in Egyptian uniform.

Cabinet Photo
L. Fiorillo  - Photographer
Alexandria, Egypt
3 August, 1891

Below: Reverse of Photograph. Signed and dated by Brewster to his uncle Henry Bridges Esq.
Alfred Berry Brewster wearing the Order of Medjidieh, Third Class, the Egypt Medal with two clasps and the
Khedive's Star. The photo was most likely taken while Brewster was visiting family in England.

Cabinet Photo
J. M. Brown  - Photographer
High Street, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, England
26 August, 1886

Below: Reverse of Photograph. Signed and dated by Brewster.
Found in association with the above photographs, this image of a young woman probably represents Brewster's  wife Marie
Cecile whom he married in 1886 or perhaps his daughter, Adele Cecile Brewster who married Felix Edmund Powell in 1911
and died two years later in 1913.

Cabinet Photo
Reiser  - Photographer
Alexandria, Egypt
c. 1900
Still active in Egypt at the outbreak of World War One, Brewtser volunteered his services with the Egyptian Expeditionary Force and served
as superintendent of an compressed forage factory in Egypt. After the war he applied for his medals (probably the British War and Victory
Medals) on 12 January, 1922 but was deemed ineligible. The Index card does state the Brewster received a Mention in Despatches on 5
March, 1919.

Alfred Berry Brewster died at the age of 72 at Cairo in 1928.