We remember George Booth

We remember George Booth

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Timeline

Timeline

1881
birth Newchurch, Waterfoot, Lancashire United Kingdom Source:9344780 Source:9345444 6th November 1881
1913
marriage Eleanor Coupe Source:9344780 1913 - 22nd July 1916
1915
enlistment Accrington United Kingdom Source:9345444 18th January 1915
1915
service British Army Private 18044 East Lancashire Regiment 11th Battalion Source:9344780 18th January 1915 - 22nd July 1916
1915
location 83 Dale Street, Accrington United Kingdom their own address Source:9344780 18th January 1915
1916
death Killed in Action Source:7391193 Source:9344780 22nd July 1916
burial Ploegsteert Memorial CWGC Cemetery/Memorial Hainaut Belgium Panel 5 and 6. Source:7391193

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names George
Initials G
Last Name Booth
Source 414495
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
83 Dale Street, Accrington United Kingdom their own address known 18th January 1915
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 18044 East Lancashire Regiment 11th Battalion Private
Awards
AwardTypeSource
British War Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Victory Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Christina mother
George Booth father
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Eleanor Coupe wife 1913

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Communities

Communities

Evidence

Evidence

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Official Records

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Medal Index Card
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Casualty Records Imperial1
Soldiers died in the Great War 1914-1919 Transcription Ian105013

External Evidence

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"Accrington Pals" Ian105013

Multimedia

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George Booth. Ian105013
East Lancashire Regiment cap badge Ian105013
BWM and Victory Medal Ian105013

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We remember George Booth