The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Corporal J Hibbert


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Corporal John HIBBERT, 201558, 6th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, 2nd July 1918, age 21.  

Born Birmingham, Warwickshire, son of the late Josiah and Mary Hibbert. 


1911 Census - 820 Ashton New Road, Clayton, Prestwich (Registration District) - Josiah Hibbert, head, age 61, widower, married 40 years, 14 children, 8 still alive, lithographer printer, worker, born Liverpool; Mary Ann Hibbert, daughter, age 23, single, bar maid restaurant, worker, born Maidstone; Cathrine Hibbert, daughter, age 23, single, home housekeeper, worker, born Maidstone; Agnes Ellen Hibbert, daughter, age 18, single, cardboard box maker, worker, born Maidstone; John Hibbert, son, age 14, office boy, worker, born Birmingham; Charles Hibbert, son, age 14, office boy, worker, born Birmingham.


Enlisted Manchester, Lancashire.

Next of Kin (sister), Catherine Hibbert.

Buried at Bouzincourt Ridge Cemetery, II. F. 9., Albert, France.


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