location69 Ely Place, Hoxton Street, London, N IUnited KingdomSource:6200215
deathDied of woundsDied of wounds at 3.40pm in Hursley Camp Hospital Winchester from GSW Neck with injury to left lung (wounded 23/4/17)Hursley Camp Military Hospital, HampshireUnited KingdomSource:8625450Source:8923244Source:865360825th June 1917
burialTower Hamlets CemeteryCWGC Cemetery/MemorialSouthern Grove, Bow, LondonUnited KingdomR/-/1396Source:8625448
Title: Royal Naval Division Service Records 1914-1920
Description: The British Royal Naval Division was made up of men from the Royal Navy and its reserve forces. These men, who were not needed at sea, fought on land alongside the Army during World War One. The records cover more than 50,000 officers and ratings who joined the Royal Naval Division or who passed through Crystal Palace, London when it was used as an initial training centre during the First World War.