The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private G P Malcolm


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Private  George Peter MALCOLM, G20193, 1st  Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, (formerly 1st London Regiment, Service No.204865), killed in action, Flanders France, 26th October 1917.

1891, born Newcastle-on-Tyne, Northumberland, son of Henry Scott & Eleanor Matilda Malcolm.


1911 Census - 38 Reidhaven Road, Plumstead, London SE - Henry Malcolm, head, age 42, married, fitter & turner, worker, born Glasgow, Scotland; Eleanora Malcolm, wife, age 42, married 21 years, 8 children, 6 still alive, born Bexley, Kent; George Malcolm, son, age 20, single, tinsmith (laboratory), Royal Arsenal, worker, born Newcastle; Patricia Malcolm, daughter, age 17, single, servant domestic, born Dartford, Kent; Euphemia Malcolm, daughter, age 15, single, at home, born Belvedere, Kent; Henry Malcolm, son, age 13, school, born Bexley, Kent; Nellie Malcolm, daughter, age 11, school, born Bexley, Kent; Iris Malcolm, daughter, age 6, born Plumstead, SE.


20th February 1915, St Pauls, Plumstead, Kent, George Peter Malcolm, age 24, bachelor, rank/profession ????, 38 Reidhaven Road, father Henry Malcolm, fitter, married Beatrice Elle Roger, age 19, spinster, 3 Spendanza? Street, father George Roger, overseer Royal Arsenal.

Children - Beatrice Euphemia Malcolm, born 29th October 1916, Woolwich

Enlisted Woolwich, Kent, age 24 years & 9 months.  Resided 86 Basildon Road, Plumstead, SE18 / 59 Villas Road, Plumstead, Kent.  Formerly skilled labourer.

Allotment of pay of 6d a day to be paid to wife.

Home 3rd December 1915 to 9th October 1917; BEF 10th October 1917 to 26th October 1917.

3rd December 1915, enlisted; 3rd December 1915, to Army Reserve; 15th June 1917, mobilized, age 25 years 300 days, height 5ft 2½ inches; 10th October 1917, posted BEF.

Buried at Hooge Crater Cemetery, VII. E. 10., Belgium.


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