Regiment : C Battery 311th Brigade Royal Field Artillery
Service number : 830030
Conflict : WW1
Date of death : 6th May 1917 aged 28
Buried : Etaples Military Cemetery, France, Grave XVIII. K. 12A.
Relatives : Son of Mrs A. Johnson, of Appleton, Chester Place, Queen’s Rd., Malvern Link, Worcestershire
Memorial : Malvern WW1 War Memorial
Also appears on : North Malvern Holy Trinity Church.
Native of Malvern.
Malvern News, 26th May 1917
Sgt Bertram Johnson, RFA, the third son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Johnson, Chester Place has died of gunshot wounds on the 6th May. He was 28 and unmarried. Before the war he was employed at Messrs W & F Webb, Worcester.
A photograph of Sergeant B.J. Johnson of Malvern can be found in Berrow’s Worcester Journal Supplement, Saturday 2nd June 1917, available at Worcestershire Archives.