The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private A Crompton


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Private Alfred CROMPTON, 203020, 7th  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, (formerly 27070, South Lancashire Regiment), killed in action, Flanders France, 18th September 1918. 

Born Golborne, Lancashire, son of Robert & Mary Jane Crompton, of 94, Bank St., Golbourne, Lancashire.


1911 Census - 94, Bank St., Golbourne, Lancashire - Robert Crompton, head, age 55, married, coal miner, hewer, born Ashton in Makefield; Mary Jane Crompton, wife, age 50, married 32 years, 17 children, 13 still alive, assisting at home, born Lowton, Lancashire; Esther Crompton, daughter, age 27, single, assisting at home, born Golborne, Lancashire; George Crompton, son, age 22, single, bread baker, born Golborne, Lancashire; Harry Crompton, son, age 17, single, paper stainer, machine packer, born Golborne, Lancashire; Alfred Crompton, son, age 15, single, cotton factory hand, culhooke?, born Golborne, Lancashire; Joseph Crompton, son, age 12, school, born Golborne, Lancashire; Rowland Crompton, son, age 10, school, born Golborne, Lancashire; Barbara Crompton, daughter, age 8, school, born Golborne, Lancashire; Ethel Crompton, daughter, age 6, school, born Golborne, Lancashire.


Enlisted Golborne, Lancashire.

Buried at Ste Emilie Valley Cemetery, II. D. 21., Villers-Faucon, Somme, France.


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