The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Sergeant A T Vickers


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Serjeant Alfred Thomas VICKERS, G/8406, 11th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action,  Flanders France, 15th September 1916.

Born Twyford, Berkshire.

23rd April 1905, Trinity Church, Marylebone, Alfred Thomas Vickers, age 23. bachelor, fishmonger & poulterer, 6 Devonshire Mews, South, father Jack Vickers, butcher, married Emma Mary Ann Trent, age 28, spinster, 6 Devonshire Mews, South, father George Edwin Trent, deceased, builder.


1911 Census - 10 Sylvester Road, Hackney, London, NE - Alfred Vickers, head, age 29, married, fish curer & shop assistant, fishmonger, worker, born Twyford, Berkshire; Emma Vickers, wife, age 31, married 5 years, 3 children, all still alive, born Holloway, London; #Alfred William Vickers, son, age 4, born Mortlake, Surrey; $ George Thomas Vickers, son, age 3, born Cricklewood, London; *Harry Edward Vickers, son, age 1, born Marylebone, London.

* 7th July 1909, Christ Church, Marylebone, baptism of Harry Edward Vickers, born 16th June 1909, son of Alfred Thomas, (fishmonger), & Emma Vickers, 44 Boston Place.

# 17th March 1909, Christ Church, Marylebone, baptism of Alfred William Vickers, born 2nd May 1905, son of Alfred Thomas, (poulterer), & Emma Vickers, 44 Boston Place.

$ 17th March 1909, Christ Church, Marylebone, baptism of George Thomas Vickers, born 9th November 1907, son of Alfred Thomas, (poulterer), & Emma Vickers, 44 Boston Place.


Enlisted Lewisham, SE. Resided Sydenham, SE.

Buried at Bulls Road, Cemetery, II. D. 7., Flers, Somme, France.


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