Abbott, William

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William Abbott

Son of George Abbott and Mary Ann Abbott née Page

Born about 1874 at Ipswich, Suffolk

Married Bridget Mary Quinn in Dublin on 8th May 1895

Father of Mary Eileen (1903), William Matthew (1904) and Ellen Aileen (1907)

Joined the British Army and served in the Sudan (1898-99) and South Africa (1899-1902)

Furniture porter of 226 Kingston Road, Teddington

Enlisted as Private (T4/158969) with the Army Service Corps (R.T.S.)

Lance Corporal (250771) with the Royal Engineers, Railway Transportation Establishment

Died of wounds at the 62nd Casualty Clearing Station in Belgium on 22nd April 1918, aged 45

Buried at Haringhe (Bandaghem) Military Cemetery, Poperinge, West Flanders, Belgium (Grave Ref. III. E. 18)

(See: Find A Grave Memorial# 12550662)


Listed on The WW1 War Memorial of Sacred Heart Church

Commemorated on the Hampton Wick Remembers website.



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