Regiment : 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment
Service number : 11729
Conflict : WW1
Date of death : Killed in action aged 27 on 13th October 1915
Buried : Quarry Cemetery, Vermelles, France, Grave B. 13.
Birthplace : Hereford, enlisted and resident Worcester
Relatives : Son of Alfred and Dinah Maund, of Lower Wick, Worcester
Memorial : Worcester Guildhall
Also appears on : Worcester All Saints Church. Worcester St John in Bedwardine Church.
Credits : Census records and medal roll index cards researched and transcribed by Paul Hudson.
Upperton, Yazor, Herefordshire
Alfred Maund, head, age 26, Agricultural Labourer
Dinah Maund, wife, age 27
Arthur Maund, son, age 2, born Yazor, Herefordshire
+ 3 siblings
Furnace Farm, Stanford-on-Teme
Arthur Maund, age 14, born Upperton, Herefordshire
With grandmother Emma Breakwell, age 59, and uncle and aunt
Military Barracks, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight
Arthur Maund, Private, age 22, Worcestershire Regiment, born Hereford
Entered the theatre of war on 5th November 1914. Awarded the 1914 Star, Victory Medal and British War Medal.
A photograph of Sergeant A. Maund can be found in Berrow’s Worcester Journal Supplement, Saturday 13th November 1915, available at Worcestershire Archives.