The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private A J Knott


Private Albert John KNOTT, G/23406, 7th  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died as Prisoner of War, at Cugny, France, 30th April  1918, aged 19.

Born Halling Kent, son of Martin George & Rose Knott, of 12, Monarch Hill, Upper Halling, Rochester, Kent.

1911 Census - No.12 Monarch Hill, Upper Halling near Rochester, Kent - Martin George Knott, head, father, age 49, married, labourer chalk, cement company, worker, born Stangate, Birling, Kent; Rose Knott, mother, age 47, married 25 years, 7 children, 4 still alive, born Buckenhampshire, Kent; William Sidney Knott, son, age 19, single, labourer chalk, cement company, worker, born Upper Halling, Kent; Albert John Knott, son, age 12, born Upper Halling, Kent; Elsie Knott, daughter, age 10, school, born Upper Halling, Kent.

Enlisted Gravesend Kent. 

Exhumed & Buried at  Grand-Seraucourt British Cemetery, VI. A. 14, Aisne, France. Commemorated on Halling War Memorial, and at St. John the Baptist Church, Halling, Kent, and on The  British Portland Cement Manufacturers Limited, Roll of Honour.  

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