The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private R J Halliday


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Private Reginald James HALLIDAY,  204515, 3rd/4th  Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, (formerly 7262, Norfolk Regiment), died of wounds, Flanders, France, 14th August 1917, age 28.

Born St Paul's, Bristol, Gloucestershire, son of John and Annie Halliday, of 15, Freemantle Square, Cotham, Bristol, Gloucestershire. 


1911 Census - 103 Ashley Road, Bristol, Gloucestershire - John Halliday, head, ae 52, married, traveling draper, draper, worker, born Dumfriesshire, Scotland; Annie Halliday, wife, age 46, married 23 years, 4 children, all still alive, born St Paul's, Bristol; Reginald James Halliday, son, age 22, single, warehouse assistant, wholesale jewellers, worker, born St Paul's, Bristol; Sydney George Halliday. son, age 21, single, ironmonger, ironmonger, worker, born St Paul's, Bristol; Cliiford Johnstone Halliday. son, age 19, engineers apprentice, engineers, worker, born St Paul's, Bristol; Christopher Halliday, son, age 18, stationers apprentice, wholesale stationers, worker, born St Paul's, Bristol; Walter Rokeby Maddock, boarder, age 27, single, clerk, tobacco manufacturers, born Ceylon Resident; Frank Wilson Maddock, boarder, age 25, single, clerk, tobacco manufacturers, born Saltash, Cornwall.


Enlisted Bristol, Gloucestershire.

Buried at  Duisans British Cemetery, VI. B. 51., Etrun, France.


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