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Private 2091 Christopher William Newcombe

1st/7th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment
Killed in Action, Battle of Bazentine Ridge, Somme, France and Flanders, 14th July 1916, aged 29,

  • Commemorated: Thiepval Memorial Memorial, Somme, France. Pier and Face 9 A, 9 B and 10 B
  • Awarded: 1915 Star, British War and Victory Medals
  • Son of Elijah and Catherine Newcombe
  • NNWFHS Memorial: Nuneaton WW1 RWR

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Military, Census and Family History Information

  • Born c1887 at Foleshill
  • Lived at 6 Court, Chapel Lodge, Midland Road, Nuneaton [1891]
  • Lived at 41 Stanley Road, Nuneaton [1901]
  • Lived at 49 Fife Street, Nuneaton [1911]
  • Employed as a Brickyard Labourer [1911]
  • Enlisted at Coventry. Arrived in France 22 Mar 1915

    NB. Explaination of Family and Census Information. The military records show his first name as a mixture of Christopher and William, however the Army Register of Soldiers Effects record suggests that the name Chrisopher was an alias and show that his mothers name was Catherine. Other records suggest that he lived at Fife Street, Nuneaton. These three bits of information are the basis from which the above Family and Census information in the name of William was formed. He is not to be confused with Private 8593 William Newcombe and his birth records which can be found on Ancestry.co.uk.

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