The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private T Killick


Private Tracey KILLICK, G/24406, 2nd/4th  Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Egypt,  19th April 1917, age 37.

Born Annerley, Surrey, son of Albert Gorringe Killick and Catherine Killick, of Sevenoaks, Kent.

1911 Census - 62 Seddlescombe Road North, St Leonards on Sea, Sussex - Tracy Killick, head, age 31, single, ironmonger, employer, born Annerley, Surrey; Emily Catherine, Swaffer, servant, age 43, single, housekeeper domestic, born Smarden, Kent.

Brother - Harold Killick.

Enlisted Chichester, Sussex.  Resided St Leonards, Sussex. 

13th June 1917, Probate - Killick Tracy, of Crombie, Eardley Road, Sevenoaks, Kent, Private H.M.Army died 19th April 1917, in Egypt. Probate London 13th June to Harold Killick, dairyman. Effects £873 3s.

Buried at Gaza War Cemetery,  VI. A. 1., Israel.

 NOTE: Soldiers Died in the Great War spells firstname TRACEY; CWGC web site spells it TRACY.

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