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Private 11627 Albert Potter

1st Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment
Killed in Action, The Battle of the Transloy, Somme, France and Flanders, 12th October 1916, aged 27

  • 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 John and Caroline Potter [nee Jones] of 14 Tame Street, Hill Topp, West Bromich
  • Brother of Private 2422 Henry Potter
  • NNWFHS Memorial: Nuneaton WW1 RWR

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  • Born Jan Qtr 1889 at Hill Top, Staffs
  • Lived at 16 Tame Street, Hill Top [1891 & 1901]
  • LIved at 31 William Street, Attleborough [1911]
  • Employed as a Colliery Motor Driver
  • Enlisted at Nuneaton. Arrived in France 2 Oct 1915

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