The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private B J Currie


Private Bertram Joseph CURRIE, TF/1894, 1st/5th  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died of pyrexia, (fever), Barian, Murree Hills, India, 21st May 1916.

Born Bromley, Kent, son of Peter Currie, 7 The Orchard, High Street, Bromley, Kent.

1911 Census - 24 Market Square, Bromley, Kent - Peter Currie, head, age 60, married, plasterer, born Pimlico, London; Frances Jane Currie, wife, age 58, married 36 years, 3 children, all still alive, born *Kengiston; Christine Elle Rowe, niece, age 17, single, servant, born *Kengiston; Francis Jonson Richison, boarder, age 27, single, carpet planner, born #Yourk; Joseph Bertram Currie, son, age 22, single, billiard marker, born Kent.
*Kensington? # York?

Enlisted Bromley, Kent, age 25, height 5ft 9 inches. Resided 7 The Orchard, High Street, Bromley, Kent.

Home 8th August 1914 to 28th October 1914; India 29th October 1914 to 21st May 1916.

8th August 1914, enlisted & posted 5th Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment.

Commemorated at Karachi 1914-1918 War Memorial, Pakistan.

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