The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private B Haselden


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Private Bertie HASELDEN, G/30923, 7th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment,  (formerly G/57610, Middlesex Regiment), killed in action, Flanders France, death assumed on or after, 8th August 1918, age 19. 

Born Sidcup, Kent, son of Albert and Kate Elizabeth Heselden, of 4, Church Road, Foots Cray, Kent.

21st May 1899, Sidcup Kent, baptism of Bertie Heselden, son of Albert, (hairdresser), and Kate Elizabeth Heselden, Edith Cottages, Shirley Road, Louglands.


1911 Census - 4 Belgrave Place, Church Road, Foots Cray, Kent - Albert Heselden, head, age 38, married, hairdresser, employer, born Hastings, Sussex; Kate E Heselden, wife, age 39, married 14 years, 9 children, 8 still alive, born Sittingbourne, Kent; Bertie Heselden, son, age 12, born Sidcup, Kent; Cecil Heselden, son, age 10, born Foots Cray, Kent; Badin H Heselden, son, age 9, born Foots Cray, Kent; Roy Heselden, son, age 7, born Foots Cray, Kent; Arthur Heselden, son, age 6, born Foots Cray, Kent; Ketherene Heselden, daughter, age 4, born Foots Cray, Kent; Ruby Heselden, daughter, age 3, born Foots Cray, Kent; Ernest Heselden, son, age 1, born Foots Cray, Kent; Regeral Overy, apprentice, age 18, single, hairdresser,  apprentice, born Sussex.


Enlisted Woolwich, Kent.

Buried at Beacon Cemetery, IV. E. 13.Sailly-Laurette, France.

NOTE: Regimental History and Soldiers Died in the Great War spell name as HASELDEN; CWGC web site show it as HESELDEN.


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