Parents George Henry, a shepherd and Sarah Ellen, a gloverness, of Old Woodstock (1901 Census)
Siblings Edward, Bertha, Ellen and Hilda
Clifford lived with the family in Old Woodstock (1911 Census)
9 Broad St., Griffithstown, Nr. Newport, Mon. with his brother Edward in 1913. Edward worked on GWR at Pontypool Road Station.
Clifford was an assistant butcher (1911 Census)
A Mason's labourer in Griffithstown
Rank: Able Seaman
Number: Wales Z/382
Regiment: Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Howe Battalion R.N.Div
Clifford enlisted 19th February 1915 and travelled to France on 1st August 1915.
He was invalided with dysentery and then pyrexia: returned to Howe 24th January 1917.
Missing believed killed in action near Miramont 17th February 1917.
Killed or died as a direct result of enemy action 17th February 1917, aged 24
Commonwealth War Grave/Memorial
Thiepval Memorial Pier and F.1.A
Total identified casualties 72318
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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.