We remember Henry Anstey

We remember Henry Anstey

Timeline

Timeline

1885
birth Battersea, Surrey United Kingdom Source:6969451 1885
1914
dates Age 29 Source:6986494 12th August 1914
1914
employment Carman Source:6986494 12th August 1914
1914
enlistment Woolwich United Kingdom Source:6986494 12th August 1914
1914
service British Army Private 160 Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment D Source:6986494 13th August 1914 - 19th August 1914
1917
discharge Source:6986385 16th August 1917
service British Army Private 6370 London Regiment 4/3rd Battalion Source:6969451
service British Army Private 253044 London Regiment 3rd Battalion Source:6986385
1919
death Suffered from shell shock and French fever Banstead Asylum United Kingdom Source:6969466 Source:6969451 1919
sibling Alfred Anstey Source:6969451

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Henry
Initials H
Last Name Anstey
Source 646351
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 6370 London Regiment 4/3rd Battalion Private
British Army 253044 London Regiment 3rd Battalion Private
British Army 160 Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment D Private
Awards
AwardTypeSource
Silver War Badge Honourable Discharge
Family
Siblings
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Alfred Anstey brother

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Evidence

Evidence

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Official Records

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Medal Index Card
British Army Service Records 1914-1920 Transcription Hannah21187
England & Wales deaths 1837-2007 Transcription Hannah21187
British Army Service Records 1914-1920 Transcription Hannah21187
Silver War Badge Roll Transcription Hannah21187
British Army Service Records 1914-1920 Transcription Hannah21187

External Evidence

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British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920 (Ancestry) Hannah21187

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We remember Henry Anstey