Henry George Noyce

 

Place of birth:                  SouthamptonPoppies
Service No.:                      34141
Rank:                                   Private
Regiment / Division:    Hampshire Regiment
Battalion:                           15th (Service) Battalion
Died:                                     30th June 1918 aged xx years
Death Location:               Belgium

War Service

Name: Henry George Noyce
Birth Place: Southampton
Death Date: 30 Jun 1918
Death Location: France & Flanders
Enlistment Location: Southampton
Rank: Private
Regiment: Hampshire Regiment
Battalion: 15th (Service) Battalion
Number: 34141
Type of Casualty: Killed in action
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre

National Roll of the Great War

“Noyce, H., Private, 15th Hampshire Regiment.

He volunteered in December 1915, and after his training proceeded to the Western Front. There he served through much heavy fighting on various sectors until June 30th, 1918, when he was killed in action at Cambrai. He was entitled to the General Service and Victory Medals.     

La Clytte Cemetary

La Clytte Cemetary

59, Clarence Street, Northam, Southampton”                                                                               

Henry is Remembered with Honour at the La Clytte Military Cemetery, Belgium  – reference VI C15.

Researched by B/L  2013.

One response to “Henry George Noyce

  1. Wilhelm Foster

    Hi. I don’t think he was killed at Cambrai as he is buried in La Clytte, near Kemmel, south of Ypres.

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