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Lance Corporal 2283 Albert Thomas Weston, DCM

1/6 Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment - Detached to 137th (Staffordshire Brigade) Mining BrigadeSection

Killed in Action: France and Flanders, 1 July 1918, aged 24

Commemorated: Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France, panel ref. Pier and Face 14B and 14C

Awarded: Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM), 1914 Star with clasp, British War and Victory medals
DCM Citation Reads:
      For conspicuous courage and devotion to duty on 28th April 1915, near Kemmel, when he took his turn with a few others in entering a mine gallery to rescue comrades who had been overcome by gas. The rescuing party persevered till all had been saved. Dated 30 June.

Later given Service Number 240352

Son of Daniel and Frances WESTON of Moor Lane.

Husband of Florence [née BROADHURST] – 2 children.

Address : Clarson Street, Moor Lane, Amington.

Employement: coal miner at Amington Colliery.

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