The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private G F Crome


Private George Frederick CROME, G/29591, 10th  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, 12th July 1918, age 19.

Born, Barton Bendish, Norfolk, son of Harry and Sarah Crome, of 23, Barton Bendish, King's Lynn, Norfolk.

1911 Census - Gooderstone, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk - George White, head, age 49, single, farmer & grazier, born Gooderstone, Norfolk; Clara Elizabeth White, sister, age 53, single, born Gooderstone, Norfolk; George Frederick Crome, nephew, age 11, school, born Barton Bendish, Norfolk.

1911 Census - 23, Barton Bendish, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk - Harry Crome, head, age 44, married, farm labourer, born Barton Bendish, Norfolk; Sarah Crome, wife, age 44, married 15 years, 9 children, 7 still alive, born Oxburgh, Norfolk; Eva Crome, daughter, age 13, school, born Barton Bendish, Norfolk; Annie Crome, daughter, age 9, school, born Barton Bendish, Norfolk; Charles Crome, son, age 5, school, born Barton Bendish, Norfolk; Arthur Crome, son, age 4, school, born Barton Bendish, Norfolk; James Crome, son, age 1, born Barton Bendish, Norfolk.

Enlisted Norwich, Norfolk.

Buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, XXVIII. D. 6., Poperinge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, commemorated at Gooderstone Parish Church & Barton Bendish War Memorial.

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