The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private A G Bevis


Private Albert George BEVIS, G/17546, "B" Company,  1st  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, France and Flanders, death assumed on or since 3rd October 1917, age 24.

Born Battersea, SW, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bevis. 

Enlisted Whitehall, London, age 22, height 5ft 4 inches, weight 114lbs.  Resided 25 Urswick Road, Battersea. Formerly chemical labourer.

Home 16th November 1915 to 20th September 1916; BEF 21st September 1916 to 3rd October 1917.

16th November 1915, enlisted, Bedfordshire Regiment, 23383;  20th November 1915, Bedford, posted Depot, Bedfordshire Regiment; 23rd November 1915, posted 10th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment; 1st September 1916, transferred to Training Reserve Battalion, TR/9/8322; 21st September 1916, transferred to Royal West Kent Regiment; 23rd November 1916, posted 1st Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment; 3rd October 1917, posted missing.

Qualified as a Signaller.

17th June 1918, date from which Separation Allowance of 7/9 a week, paid to brother, will cease.

23rd September 1919, Statement of Relatives - Mother & Father both dead; Brother, John Bevis, 25 Urswick Road, Battersea, SW11. London.

Commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, Panel 106 to 108, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.

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