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Private Alfred MILLBORN, G/21195, 1st  Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, (formerly 202702, The Buffs), killed in action, Flanders France, 27th September 1918.

Born Hornsey, London, son of James & Elizabeth Millborn


1911 Census - 44 Archway Road, Highgate, London N - James Milborn, head, age 62, married, no trade, crossed through, retired inserted, worker crossed through, born Highgate Parish of Hornsey; E Milborn, head crossed through, wife inserted, age 60,  married 35 years, 12 children, 9 still alive,  no trade, crossed through, retired inserted, at home, born Highgate Parish of Hornsey; Elfredd Milborn, head crossed through, son inserted, age 25, single, coal porter, worker, born Highgate Parish of Hornsey; Edwin Milborn, head crossed through, son inserted, age 19, single, boot maker, worker, born Highgate Parish of Hornsey; Nellie Milborn, head crossed through, daughter inserted, age 22, single, general servant, worker, born Highgate Parish of Hornsey; Louisa? Milborn, head crossed through, daughter inserted, age 21, single, general servant, at home, born Highgate Parish of Hornsey; Thomas E Watson, lodger crossed through, boarder inserted, age 22, single, horse man, worker, born Parish of Wood Green.


Enlisted Mill Hill, Middlesex.  Resided Muswell Hill.

Buried at Gouzeaucourt New British Cemetery, VI. D. 7., France.

NOTE - Medal Rolls Index Cards, Pension Ledger & Index Cards all show name as Alfred Millborn. CWGC are the only ones that show Arthur MILBORN


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