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Private Charles John BROWN, 241762,  7th Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, 12th October 1917, age 38.

Born Blackfriars, Surrey.

7th December 1902, St Peters Southwark, marriage of Charles John Brown, age 23, bachelor, roller maker, of 10 Great Guildford Street, SE, father, Charles John Brown, carpenter & Alice Rebeca Cowell, age 23, spinster, of 10 Great Guildford Street, (later, 16, Cobham Buildings, Pocock St., Blackfriars Road, London), SE, father, William Cowell, deceased, pile driver.


1911 Census - 5 Brigade House, Southwark Bridge Road, SE - Charles John Brown, head, age 32, married, printers labourer, born Peckham, London; Alice Brown, wife, age 32, married 8 years, 3 children, 1 still alive, born Southwark; Agnes Brown daughter, age 7, school, born Southwark; Isabel Feddon, lodger, age 9, born Southwark.


Enlisted Southwark, Surrey. 

Buried at Cement House Cemetery, VI.D.8., Langemark-Poelkapelle, West-V., Belgium. Commemorated Southborough War Memorial.


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