The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

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Private Bertram CLAXTON, G/30836, 10th  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, (formerly 29508,  Royal West Surrey Regiment), died of wounds, Flanders France, 26th April 1918, age 19.

Born Tottenham, Middlesex, son of Alfred & Jane Claxton.

30th November 1900, All Hallows, Tottenham, baptism of Bertram Claxton, son of Alfred, (house decorator), & Jane Claxton of Tottenham.


1911 Census - 75, Napier Road, Tottenham, London - Alfred Claxton, head, age 69, married, house decorator, born Tottenham, Middlesex; Jane Claxton, wife, age 53, married 27 years, 10 children, 7 still alive, born Winchester, Hampshire; Alfred Christopher Claxton, son, age 26, single, postman, born Tottenham, Middlesex; Thomas Samuel Claxton, son, age 22, single, carriage cleaner, G E Railway Company, born Tottenham, Middlesex; Jessie Alice Claxton, daughter, age 20, single, dressmaker, born Tottenham, Middlesex; William Edward Claxton, son, age 19, single, assistant packer, The Photographic Materials Company, born Tottenham, Middlesex; Bertram Claxton, son, age 12.


Enlisted Tottenham, Middlesex.

Buried at Haringhe (Bandaghem) Military Cemetery, V. A. 15., Poperinge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.


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