The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Second Lieutenant G T Mansfield


Second Lieutenant Gerald Turner MANSFIELD, 11th Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action,  15th September 1916.

Son of John Henry Havelock Mansfied Esq.

1909 December, Lewisham Registration District, John Henry H Mansfield, married Elizabeth West.

1911 Census - 78 Burnt Ash Road, Lee, London SE - John Henry Havelock Mansfied, age 49, married, merchant (in India), shipping, employer, born Rothesay, Scotland; Elizabeth Cecily Mansfied, wife, age 37, married 1 year, no children, born Leytonstone, Essex; Gerald West, stepson, age 19, single, clerk, shipping, worker, born Negapatam, India; Reginald West, stepson, age 18, single, no occupation, born Negapatam, India; Phyllis West, step daughter, age 8, born Madura, India; Ada Waterson, servant, age 15, general servant domestic, born Woolwich, London.

Previously Private with Honourable Artillery Company, Service No.2354.

29th December 1914, posted BEF.

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

London Gazette 10th August 1915.

The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment). 9th Battalion.

The under mentioned to be temporary Second Lieutenants. Dated 11th August, 1915.

Gerald Turner Mansfield.

London Gazette 30th March 1916.

The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment).

Temporary Second Lieutenant Gerald T. Mansfield, from a Reserve Battalion, to be temporary Second Lieutenant. Dated 16th March, 1916, but with seniority from 11th August, 1915.

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