The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private J F Milledge


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Private James Frederick MILLEDGE, G/3678, 9th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment,  died of Scarlet Fever, Colchester Civil Hospital, 15th August 1915.

Born  Brixton, SW. son of Frederick & Annie Maria Milledge.


1911 Census - 17 Torrens Road, Brixton Hill, Brixton, SW - Frederick John Milledge, head, age 41, married, purveyor of horse flesh, own account, born Camberwell, SE; Annie Maria Milledge, wife, age 41, married 25 years, 4 children, all still alive, born Holloway, NE; Alla Rosa Annie Milledge, daughter, age 24, single, dairy manageress, worker, born Camberwell, SE; Amy Ethel Milledge, daughter, age 16, single, born Camberwell, SE; James Frederick Milledge, son, age 12, born Brixton, SW; Doris Grace May Milledge, daughter, age 6, born Brixton, SW; Harold Pepper, boarder, age 29, single, milkman, worker, born *Meple, Cambridgeshire; George Dennison, boarder, age 32, single, dairyman, worker, born Littlehampton, Sussex; Henry George Forward, boarder, age 35, married, grocers assistant, worker, born Battersea, SW.  * Mepal.  NOTE - surname entered on return as MILLIDGE.


Enlisted Hendon, NW. 

Buried at Lambeth (Tooting) Cemetery,  T.3. 138., Blackshaw Road, Tooting, London.


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