To honour those who served their country

“In this their finest hour”

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Acting Bombardier

Arthur Walter Burd

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1881 - Born Tooting

Occupation Marine Store Dealers

Royal Field Artillery

108th Brigade

C Battery

 

World War I

1917/07/18 - British Expeditionary Force France. Detrained Boulogne with Pleurisy (left side), 31st Ambulance Train, Ward E

(First World War Representative Medical Records of 31st Ambulance Train: British Expeditionary Force France, No. 32792 - 33268)

 

1917/08/21 - Wounded:- Incident Details: War Office Daily List No. 5343

(Entitled to wear a "Wound Stripe" as authorised under Army Order 204 of the 6th July 1916. The terms of this award being named on this list)

 

Died

Age 42

1923

Greenwich, London

 

Loved Ones

Husband of Alice Amelia

Father of Alice Elizabeth (B.1901), Rose Emily (B.1903), Arthur Henry (B.1905), Harry William (B. 1910), Doris Beatrice (B.1913), Harold Leonard (B.1920)

(Next Of Kin Address: Deptford, S.E.)

 

Information

KEW:- MH106/1986, MH106/1986, NLS 1917_W List 04, WO372/3,

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