WOODSTOCK REMEMBERS

SERVICE RECORD

Names
Surname
LANGDON
Forname(s)
Israel
Birthplace
Old Woodstock, Spring 1882
Family
Parents
Probably son of Israel Langdon born in Woodstock 1827. At burial 1889 described as of Old Woodstock (Parish magazine)
Siblings
Address(es)
1 Hensington Within Oxfordshire, (Woodstock Workhouse)
Occupation
Working as a cow man in the Parish of Askwiths, Yorks (1901 Census)
Service

Rank: Gunner

Number: 282440

Regiment: 41st Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery 2nd regiment, Labour Corps.

Death
Secondary Unit, Regiment transf. to (529241) Labour Corps Probate lists him as Army pensioner when he died. Administration Oxford 18th March 1921 to Tom Howes plumber. Effects £112 3s.2d.
Burial
Commonwealth War Grave/Memorial Woodstock Cemetery. Died 14th April 1920. Burial in Woodstock Cemetery April 17th 1920 aged 36 (Parish register) Total identified casualties 14

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Woodstock Union Workhouse where Israel Langford spent his last years.

Researched by: Isabel Wheeler
http://www.roll-of-honour.com/Oxfordshire/Woodstock.html
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.