The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Sergeant A A Sharratt


Serjeant Albert Arthur SHARRATT, G/7129, 6th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment,  (formerly 14343, Royal Fusiliers), killed in action, Flanders France, 3rd May 1917.

Born Pangbourne, Berkshire, son of James H & Frances E Sharratt.

1911 Census - 166 High Street, Brentford - James H Sharratt, head, age 45, married, publican, own account, born Titenson, Staffordshire; Frances Sharratt, wife, age 43, married 19 years, 2 children, both still alive, born Broughton, Hampshire; Albert Arthur Sharratt, son, age 13, born Pangbourne, Berkshire; George Jennings, age 69, widower, retired waterman, born Brentford. Middlesex.

Enlisted Ealing, W.

Resided Brondesbury, London, NW.

Commemorated at Arras Memorial, Bay 7, France.

AWARDS: MM (only shown in Regimental History; not in Soldiers Died in the Great War or on CWGC web site.

London Gazette 18th June 1917

His Majesty the KING has been graciously pleased to award the Military Medal for bravery in the field to the under mentioned Non-commissioned Officers and Men.

7129 Sjt. A. A. Sharratt, Royal West Kent Regiment.

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