The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Sergeant H St R Haundley


Photograph by "Philipe DEGROOTE"

Serjeant Harry St. Ronan HUNDLEBY, G/166, 6th Battalion,  Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, 3rd July 1916, age 24.  

Born West Ashby, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, son of Harry and Annie Hundleby, of West Ashby, Horncastle, Lincolnshire.

1911 Census - West Ashby, Horncastle, Lincolnshire - Henry Hundleby, head, age 49, married, farm labourer, worker, born Butterwicks, Lincolnshire; Annie Hundleby, wife, age 49, married 19 years, 3 children, all still alive, born Romansleigh, Devon; Harry Hundleby, son, age 19, single, gardener domestic, worker, born West Ashby, Lincolnshire; Ernest Hundeby, son, age 15, single, errand boy, chemist, worker, born West Ashby, Lincolnshire; Evelyn Hundleby, daughter, age 12, school, born West Ashby, Lincolnshire.

Enlisted Tonbridge, Kent.

1st June 1915, posted BEF.

15th March 1917, Probate - Harry St. Ronan Hundleby, of The Bothy, Hever Castle, Hever, Kent. Sergeant Royal West Kent Regiment, died 3rd July 1916 in France on Active Service. Administration with will, London 15th March, to Henry Hundleby, labourer. Effects £116 11s 9d.

Buried at Serre Road Cemetery No.2., XX. E. 2., France.

NOTE: Included in Regimental History and Soldiers Died in the Great War with lastname spelt HAUNDLEY; CWGC web site shows lastname as HUNDLEBY.

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