|Rank & Unit||Private, Royal Army Service Corps|
|Death||25th January 1922, of valvular disease|
|Family||He left a widow, Ellen (née Brind), they had married in 1916. In 1911 he was a jobbing gardener living in Lottage with Ellen and their two daughters.|
|Biographic detail||He was born on 25th April 1884. When he enlisted, he gave his occupation as ‘Motor Driver’, he served at the Reserve Depot RASC at Grove Park Barracks, he did not serve abroad. He was discharged at Woolwich on 9th August 1917 as a result of his health.|
Our thanks go to Phil Comley for providing the detail on this entry.