The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private A E Mudge


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Private Albert Edward MUDGE, G/24627, 1st  Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died of wounds, King Georges Hospital, London, 26th September 1918.

Born Highweek, Devon.


1911 Census - Quarry Lodge, South Road, Weston Super Mare - Theodore Mudge, head, age 54, married, caretaker, tennis courts, worker, born Shaldon, Devon; Elizabeth Ann Mudge, wife, age 50, married 25 years, 3 children, 2 still alive, born Aylesbeare, Devon; Albert Edward Mudge, son, age 20, single, cabinet makers apprentice, worker, born Newton Abbot, Devon; Frederick John Mudge, son, age 18, single, printers apprentice, worker, born Narin, County Donegal, Ireland.


Enlisted Bristol, Gloucestershire.

23rd August 1914, Parish Church, Weston Super Mare, Albert Edward Mudge, age 23, bachelor, cabinet maker, South Terrace, Weston Super Mare, father Theodore Mudge, gardener, married Selina Ellen Buglar, age 24, spinster, Quarry Lodge, Weston Super Mare, father James Buglar, farm bailiff.

Widow - Mrs Selina Ellen Mudge, 19 Bright Street, Barton Hill, Bristol, Gloucestershire.

Children - Irene May Mudge, born 1st February 1915; Raymond Edward Mudge, born 5th September 1918.

Commemorated & Buried at Bristol, Greenbank, Cemetery, Screen Wall (YK. 283), Bristol, Gloucestershire.


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