The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Sergeant C A Bateman


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Serjeant Charles Albert BATEMAN, 200389, 7th  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment,  killed in action, Flanders, France, 21st March 1918, age 20.

Born Sidcup, Kent, son of Frederick and Martha Louisa Bateman, of 2, Nursery Cottages, Westerham, Kent.


1911 Census - Nursery Cottage, London Road, Westerham, Kent - Frederick Bateman, head, age 45, married,  nursery gardener, born Westerham, Kent; Martha Louisa Bateman, wife, age 42, married 20 years, 8 children, all still alive, born Foots Cray, Kent; Frederick William Bateman, son, age 19, single, gardeners assistant, born Foots Cray, Kent; Reginald Alfred Bateman, son, age 17, single, gardeners assistant, born Foots Cray, Kent; Charles Albert Bateman, son, age 13, school (errand boy), born Foots Cray, Kent; Roy Roberts Bateman, son, age 11, school, born Westerham, Kent; Albert Leigh Bateman, son, age 8, school,  born Westerham, Kent; Gertrude Lorrie Bateman, daughter, age 5, school,  born Westerham, Kent; Jack Bateman, son, age 3, school,  born Westerham, Kent.


Enlisted Westerham, Kent.

Commemorated at Pozieres Memorial, Panel 58 & 59, Somme, France.


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