Parents Charles, a platelayer on the railway, and Rose
Siblings George was the 4th of five sons.
Edith, John, Fred, Henry, George, Frank (1901 Census) joined by Ethel 8, and Rose 5, living in Old Woodstock (1911 Census)
Bladon (1901 Census) New Road Woodstock, 1918
Regiment: 6th Battalion, Prince Albert's Somerset Light Infantry
Died of wounds,4th April 1918 possibly at the Battle of St Quentin aged 18
Commonwealth War Grave/Memorial
Guise (La Desolation) French National Cemetery Flavigny-Le-Petit
Ref Allied Section 1118
Total identified casualties 42
Inscription reads, NOT DEAD BUT SLEEPETH.
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Researched by: Alice Hipkiss
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.