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Private 8583 John Ernest Bazeley

2nd Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment.

Killed in Action : France and Flanders, 8th November 1914, aged 25.

Comemorated at Ypres Menin Gate

Awarded : 1914 Star with clasp, Victory & British War medals.

Son of Solomon & Elizabeth BAZELEY of Wacton Green, Bromyard, Worcester.

Husband of Frances Emma DEEMING, formerly BAZELEY, née HUGHES; 2 children.

Brother in Law of Walter HUGHES

Address: 20 Elm Crescent, Dove Wood, Bentley, Doncaster. Formerly of 20 Bridge Street, Amington, Tamworth.

Employment: colliery labourer at Tamworth Colliery.

BAZELEY was first reported missing on 8 November 1914, and then presumed P.O.W. It was not until over two years later that his wife was informed that he was killed on that date.

Click here for the CWGC Page for Pvt Bazeley.

Other Links:

NNWFHS Amington War Memorial Page

CWGC Ypres Menin Gate

Duke of Wellington West Riding Regiment

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