Private 9764 Alfred Edwin Fennell

Reason: Died of the effects of Mustard Gas at Devonport Hospital
Date: 30 Mar 1918
Age:   34
Reason:   Alfred was Gassed during the German 1918 Spring Offensive
Theatre: France and Flanders
CWGC Cemetery: Southam St. James Churchyard
Grave or Panel: Grave S.10.12. Buried in a Military Ceremony on 6 Apr 1918
SWFHS Memorial: Southam
Battalion: 3rd Battalion
Regiment: Royal Warwickshire Regiment
Discharged:   28 Dec 1915 : Exertion and Strain while on active service in France
Posted:   2 Sep 1916 to 1st Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment
Transferred:   26 Jun 1917 to Labour Corps as Private 281678
Awarded: 1915 Star, British War and Victory Medals
Enlisted: Enlisted at Warwick. Arrived in France 01 Jun 1915
Born: Dec Qtr 1882 at Southam
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Baptised:   13 May 1883 at Southam    Index
Parents: Thomas and Sarah Ann Fennell [nee Checkley]
1891 & 1901 Address:   Coventry Street, Southam
1911 Address:   Leamington Street, Southam    
1901/14 Occupation:   Labourer at Limeworks
CWGC Page:      
Private Fennell
CWGC Memorial: Southam St. James Churchyard
SWFHS Memorial: Southam
Regimental History: Warwickshire Regiment
Lest We Forget:   Southam Men in the Great War

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