The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private T G Luddenham


Private Thomas George LUDDENHAM, L/11143, 7th   Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders, France, death assumed on or after, 18th November 1916, age 19.

Born 27th September 1897, Edmonton, Middlesex, enlisted 17th November 1915, height 5ft 1 inch, weight 110lbs, Tottenham, Middlesex, resided Tottenham, Middlesex. Formerly machinist.

18th October 1915, Thomas George Luddenham, 16, St. Loy's Road, Bruce Grove, Tottenham, London, enlisted with 12th (Bantam) Battalion Suffolk Regiment, 22188, Bury St Edmunds; 21st October 1915, unapproved and discharged; re-enlisted 17th November 1915, with Royal West Kent Regiment.

Son of Albert  & Susan Luddenham, of 16, St. Loy's Road, Bruce Grove, Tottenham, London.

Postings - Home, 17th November 1915 to 15th June 1916; BEF, 16th June 1916 to 18th November 1916.

19th April 1918, War Office Memo - medals should be retained on behalf of the deceased soldiers father, now serving  as 297402, Pte Albert Luddenham, 734th Labour Company, Labour Corps, until his return from active service.

Commemorated at Thiepval Memorial, Pier & Face 11C, France.

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