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Corporal 6699 Ralph Edward Morgan

Royal Engineers
Died of Malaria: 11th May 1919, aged 40

  • Buried:Hartshill Cemetery. Grave 354
  • Awarded: Queens South Africa Medal with Cape Colony, Transvaal, Orange Free State & 1902 Clasps, 1914 Star, British War and Victory Medals
  • Son of Jesse and Ann Morgan
  • Husband of Mildred Ellen Emma Morgan [nee Norman]. Married Apr Qtr 1909 in Luton
  • NNWFHS Memorial: Hartshill

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  • Born c1879 in Totternhoe and baptised 11 May 1879 in Totternhoe, BDF
  • Lived at Church Road, Hartshill [1900]
  • Lived at York House, Abbey Green, Nuneaton [1911]
  • Engine Driver [Attestation Papers]
  • Enlisted 13 Sep 1900 at Chiswick. Foreign Postings listed below
  • Served in South Africa 27 Mar 1902 to 27 Aug 1904
  • Engine Driver in Quarry [1911]
  • Served in B.E.F 14 Aug 1914 to 24 Feb 1915
  • Served M.E.F 26 Oct 1915 to 17 May 1918 [probably place of infection]
  • Promoted to Lance Corporal Jan 10 1915
  • Promoted to Corporal 12 Jan 1917
  • Worked at Ansley Colliery after War

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