The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private H W Blunden


Photograph by "Danielle"

Private Herbert William BLUNDEN, 204636, 7th Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, (formerly 3559, R.E.K.M.R.), died while a Prisoner of War at Crighy, France, 30th April 1918.

28th July 1894, born Tadworth, Surrey, son of Isaac & Emma Blunden.

2nd September 1894, Kingswood, St Andrew, Surrey, baptism of Herbert William Blunden, son of Isaac (labourer) & Emma Blunden.

1911 Census - 5 The Green, Tadworth Green, Tadworth, Banstead, Surrey - Isaac Blunden, head, age 50, married, platelayer, railway, born Bansted, Surrey; Emma Blunden, wife, age 49, married 18 years, 6 children, all still alive, born Bansted, Surrey; Herbert Blunden, son, age 17, single, fishmongers lad, born Bansted, Surrey; Frank Blunden, son, age 15, single, office boy, estate agents, born Bansted, Surrey; Percy Blunden, son, age 13, school, born Bansted, Surrey; Winifred Blunden, daughter, age 10, school, born Bansted, Surrey; John  Blunden, son, age 7, school, born Bansted, Surrey; Horace Blunden, son, age 5, school, born Bansted, Surrey; Cecil Duke, stepson, age 25, single, domestic chaffeur, born Bansted, Surrey; Henry Blunden, brother, age 35, general labourer, born Bansted, Surrey.

Enlisted Epsom, Surrey.

Buried at Grand-Seraucourt British Cemetery, VI.A.6., Aisne, France.

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