Regiment : 208th Squadron Royal Air Force. Formerly 3128 Worcestershire Regiment.
Service number : 240855
Conflict : WW1
Date of death : 28th September 1918
Buried : Queant Road Cemetery, Buissy, France, Grave VII. G. 13.
Memorial : Badsey Council School
Also appears on : Evesham War Memorial as A.H. Hiscox.
Credits : Alfred Hiscock was identified on the 1901 census by Andy Frisby. Identified and researched as a casualty from military sources by Sandra Taylor.
Appears on the memorial under the heading: Reported Missing.
Alfred Hiscock/Hiscox was born on 19th January 1893, the son of Charles H. and Louise E. Hiscock. On the 1901 census the family consisting of Charles aged 33, Louisa aged 46, Alfred aged 8 and his sister Florence aged 5 reside at 2 Magpie Lane, Evesham. Alfred attended Badsey Council School from 12th July 1904 until 9th June 1905. n the 1911 census, aged 18, he is resident as a boarder in the home of Hubert Smith in Bengeworth Fields, Evesham. His occupation is given as a market gardeners labourer.
During WW1 a number of men from the Worcestershire Regiment were attached to the Royal Flying Corps which later became the Royal Air Force. Alfred Hiscock is recorded in the list of men. Further information is available from: