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Rifleman Y/661 Henry Joseph Humphries

3rd Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corp
Died of Wounds, incurred on 9th May 1915 during Second Battle of Ypres, at the Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge on 20th May 1915, aged 35

  • Buried: Nuneaton Oaston Road Cemetery. Grave 3256
  • Awarded: 1915 Star, British War and Victory Medals
  • Effects left to his sister Mrs Harriet Bryan of 104 Westbury Road, Stockingford

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  • Born Apr Qtr 1880 at Lighthorne, Warks
  • Lived as a Boarder at 58 Gadsby Street, Attleborough, Nuneaton [1901]
  • Employed as a General Labourer [1901]
  • Enlisted at Warwick 31 Aug 1914. Arrived in France 27 Jan 1915

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