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Private 6796 Alfred Green

2nd Battlalion, Durham Light Infantry
Died of Wounds Received in Action, Suffolk Hospital, Ampton Hall, Bury St Edmunds, 18th October 1914 aged 32

  • Buried: Nuneaton (Attleborough Cemetery), Nuneaton, Warwickshire
  • Awarded: South Africa Medal & Clasps, 1914 Star & Clasp, British War and Victory Medals
  • Son of James and Harriet Green [nee Daffern] of 87 Bull Street, Nuneaton
  • Husband of Edith Emma Green [nee Tallis now Childs]. Married 7 Jul 1910 at Attleborough
  • Father of Alfred and Maud Annie Green
  • NNWFHS Memorial: Nuneaton WW1 Other Regiments

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  • Born c1881 at Attleborough
  • Lived at 3 The Square, Attleborough [1891]
  • Lived at 41 Lister Street, Attleborough [1899 to 1914]
  • Employed as a Labourer [1899]
  • Employed as Regular Solider [1901]
  • Employed as a Coal Miner [1911]
  • Originally enlisted 17 Jul 1899 at Nuneaton
  • Joined Army Reserve 29 Jul 1911
  • Arrived in France 19 Sep 1914

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