The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private G H Chadwick


Private George Harold CHADWICK, G/38660, 8th  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, (formerly M/351311, R.A.S.C., M.T.), killed in action,  Flanders France, 26th September 1918, age 30.

Born Manchester, Lancashire, son of Thomas James and Hannah Chadwick.

5th November 1891, Baptism, United Methodist Free Church, Market Street, Blackley, Manchester. George Harold Chadwick, son of Thomas James & Hannah Chadwick of 34 Lion Street, Blackley, Manchester. Also Ethel Chadwick, daughter of Thomas James & Hannah Chadwick of 34 Lion Street, Blackley, Manchester.

1911 Census - Dolycurt, Whitland, South Wales - John Thomas Cormick Williams, head, age 54, married, physician & Surgeon, General Medical Practitioner, born Dolgelley, North Wales; Margaret Emily Williams, wife, age 41, married 9 years, no children, born St Clears, South Wales; Margaret Carver, mother in law, age 80, widow, married 56 years, 9 children, 6 still alive, born Llanwinio, South Wales; Phoebe Williams, servant, age 24, single, domestic servant, born Lampeter Velfrey, South Wales; Mollie Davies, servant, age 22, single, domestic servant, born Glamorgam, South Wales; George Harold Chadwick, servant, age 19, single, man servant, born Manchester.

Husband of Mary Elizabeth Chadwick, of 6, Parade Road, Carmarthen, Wales.

Enlisted Camarthen, Wales, Resided Camarthen, Wales.

Buried at Aix-Noulette Communal Cemetery Extension, II. H. 16., Pas de Calais, France.

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