George Henry Attwood

In 1911, 20 year old George was living with his widowed mother Jane and younger sister Rosina at 4 South Terrace, Southampton. He was working as a painter’s labourer and was likely to have been financially supporting his family.

A decade earlier, George was living with his father George, a general labourer, and sister Rosina at the South Stoneham Union Workhouse, in West End, Southampton.

George joined the Royal Field Artillery as a Driver and entered the French theatre of war on 12th July 1915. He was serving with C Battery in the 78th Brigade when he died on 26th October 1918. George is buried at Southampton Old Cemetery.

ATTWOOD, George Henry   Driver 11080

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One response to “George Henry Attwood

  1. George Marchbank

    George died from Pneumonia following wounds he received while serving in the French Theatre

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