The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private G T Henrick


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Private George Thomas HENRICK, S/6540, 11th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action,  Flanders France, 20th September  1917, age 28.

Born Camberwell, SE, son of George Thomas and Margaret Henrick.

25th September 1910, St John, Newington, Surrey, George Thomas Henrick, age 21, bachelor, newsvendor, 62 Brandon Street, father, George Thomas Henrick, labourer, married Emily Mabel Betts, age 20, spinster, printer, 62 Brandon Street, father, Herbert Edward Betts, boot mender.


1911 Census - 2 Morecombe Street, Walworth, London SE - George Henrick, head, age 21, married, costermonger, own account, born Camberwell, London; Mabel Henrick, wife, age 21, married under one year, layer on printing, printers, worker, born Bristol, Gloucestershire.


14th November 1911, St John the Evangelist, Walworth, Southwark, London, baptism of Rose Margaret May Henrick, daughter of George Thomas, (bookmaker or bootmaker), & Emily Mabel Henrick, 19 Toulon? Street, Camberwell. London.

8th February 1914, St Peter, Walworth, Southwark, London, baptism of Lilian Jane Grace Henrick, daughter of George, (flower seller), & Emily Henrick, 35 Runham? Street.

17th July 1914, Southwark Union, St Georges Workhouse, Mint Street, London, SE. George Thomas Henrick, age 24, hawker, admitted.

24th July 1914, Southwark Union, St Georges Workhouse, Mint Street, London, SE.  George Thomas Henrick, age 24, discharged.

Enlisted Maidstone, Kent. Resided 16, Thompson's Avenue, Avenue Road, Camberwell, London. 

3rd November 1914, posted BEF.

Commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, Panel 106 to 108., Belgium.


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