The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private H L Britter


Private Henry Lamb BRITTER,  200093, 1st/4th  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died of wounds, North West Frontier, 30th June 1919.

Born Maidstone, Kent, son of William Charles Britter.

1911 Census - 14 Waterloo Street, Maidstone - William C Britter, head, age 46, married, gas labourer, born Maidstone, Kent; Emily Ann Britten, wife, age 43, married 25 years, 16 children, 13 still alive, born Maldon, Essex; Florence Alice Britter, daughter, age 21, single, laundry worker, born Grays Essex; Ethel Maud Britter, daughter. age 19, single, laundry worker, born Maidstone, Kent; Henry Lamb Britter, age 18, son, single, grocer, errand lad, born Maidstone, Kent; John Joseph M Britter, son, age 16, single, grocer, errand lad, born Maidstone, Kent; Mable Laura Britter, daughter, age 14, school, born Maidstone, Kent; Beatrice May Britter, daughter, age 11, born Maidstone, Kent; Frederick Arthur Britter, son, age 10, school, born Maidstone, Kent; Grace Darling Britter, daughter, age 8, school, born Maidstone, Kent; Percival Jonah Britter, son, age 7, school, born Maidstone, Kent; Albert Edward Britter, son, age 4, school, born Maidstone, Kent; Edith Mary Britter, daughter, age 2, born Maidstone, Kent; Phillip Sydney Britter, age 1, born Maidstone, Kent.

Enlisted Maidstone, Kent.

Buried at  Quetta Government. Cemetery. 2310.

Commemorated at Delhi Memorial (India Gate), Face 23, India

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