The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private A J Baxhill


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Private Alfred John BAXHILL, G/31108, 1st  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, France and Flanders, 24th August 1918.

1899, December Quarter, born Brighton, Sussex.

1901 Census - 23 Clyde Road, Brighton - John Baxhill head, age 70, married, coach builder, born Loughton, Essex; Eliza Baxhill, wife, age 70, married, born Brighton, Sussex; Rupert Baxhill, son, age 32, married, coach builder, born Brighton, Sussex; Fanny Baxhill, daughter in law, age 32, born Brighton, Sussex; Gerty Baxhill, grand daughter, age 7, born Brighton, Sussex; Alfred J Baxhill, grand son, age 1 month, born Brighton, Sussex;

1911 Census - 74 Carlton Hill, Brighton - Rupert Farr Baxhill, head, age 42, married, baker, born Brighton, Sussex; Mary Ann Baxhill, wife, age 42, married 18 years, 3 children, all still alive, born Brighton, Sussex; Alfred Baxhill, son, age 11, school, born Brighton, Sussex; Alice Baxhill, daughter, age 98, school, born Brighton, Sussex.

Enlisted Brighton, Sussex.

Buried at Adanac Military Cemetery, Miraumont, IV.B.31., Somme, France.

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