serviceBritish ArmySerjeant196859Royal Garrison ArtilleryAnti-Aircraft Sect. formerly Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)Source:7193011
deathNot War RelatedRecalled to England from France as his wife was very ill with Spanish Flu. By the time he reached home she had already died. Already weak he contracted Spanish Flu/pneumonia and diedMalling, KentUnited KingdomSource:7193011Source:879776315th December 1918
burialMaidstone Cemetery, KentMaidstone Cemetery, KentNon-War CemeteryCWGC Cemetery/MemorialMaidstoneKentMaidstone Cemetery Kent (in the same plot as his wife)
1.P 527United KingdomUnited Kingdom1.P 527Source:7193011
Description: Medal index cards were created by the Army Medal Office towards the end of the First World War. They record the medals that men and women who served in the First World War were entitled to claim.
Title: Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Casualty Records
Description: The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) commemorate First World War servicemen and women and members of some civilian organisations who died before 31 August 1921 while in Commonwealth military service or of causes attributable to service.
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Additional: This record has been automatically matched to the Life Story by IWM, using rules based on name, rank, number, regiment and service.