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HINE, H.J M.M
WHITLOCK, R M.M
Forname(s) Ernest Harold (Henry)
Louna North, South Wales 1894
Parents Thomas and Elizabeth Ashford.
Thomas was Woodstock Station Master.
Siblings Ernest was the second son of Thomas and Elizabeth. Brother's William and Reginald, sister Alice (1901 Census)
The family lived in Back Lane, Woodstock in 1901 (census) and in 1917 lived at 'Sunnyside', 9 Hensington Terrace, Woodstock.
Ernest was a volunteer in Witney from 1914, his occupation was listed as a railway clerk.
Regiment: Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Royal Berkshire Regiment) Previously Private number 4923 Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry.
Killed in action 9th April 1917 aged 23
Commonwealth War Grave/Memorial Arras Memorial Bay 7.
Total identified casualties
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Researched by: Joanne Onions
Ancestry, Photos credit of CWGC, Commonwealth War Grave Commission, Local collection, Woodstock (Parish magazine) Oxfordshire County Museum, Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock,
Local Historian Patricia Crutch.