The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private E J Mussett


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Private Ezra John MUSSETT, G/27722, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment,  transferred to (Serjt., 319337), Labour Corps, died Red Cross Hospital, Marlborough, Wiltshire, 12th February 1919, age 29.

4th September 1889, born West Mersea, Essex, son of Herbert Samuel Burton and Sophia Mussett, (nee Carey), of Ruby Cottage, West Mersea, Essex.

Brother to Asenath Ann, Sophia Sarah, Violet May, Edgar Titus and Hilda Carey Mussett.


1911 Census - 316 Fulham Palace Road, Fulham - Richard Slater, head, age 32, married, Barristers Clerk, worker, born Bolsover, Derby; Asenath Slater, wife, age 31, married 8 years, 1 child, born Queenborough, Kent; Herbert Slater, son, age 6, school, born Fulham, London; Ezra Mussett, brother, age 21, single, clerk, marine insurance office, worker, born West Mersea, Essex; Sophia Mussett, visitor, age 55, single, born Queenborough, Kent.

1911 Census - near Church, West Mersea, Essex - Herberet Mussett, head, age 60, married 31 years, 6 children, all still alive, oyster merchant, own account, born West Mersea, Essex; Edgar Titus Mussett, son, age 23, single, fisherman, born West Mersea, Essex; Hilda Mussett, daughter, age 18, single, born West Mersea, Essex.


22nd April 1916, St Mary, Mortlake, Surrey, Ezra John Mussett, age 26, bachelor, marine insurance clerk, 14 North Worple Way, Mortlake, father, Herbert Samuel Burton Mussett, deceased, oyster merchant, married Ada Maud Parvin, age 22, spinster, Sheen Mount Stables, East Sheen, Mortlake, father James Parvin, chaffeur.

Child - Hilda Carey Mussett. (Evelyn)

Buried at West Mersea (Barfield Road) Burial Ground, Church Side. 172., United Kingdom.

NOTE: not included in Regimental History or Soldiers Died in the Great War; but shown on CWGC web site.


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