OWINS Douglas Morgan
Regiment : C Company 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment
Service number : 5105
Conflict : WW1
Date of death : 26th February 1919 aged 34
Buried : Worcester (Astwood) Cemetery, Worcestershire, England, Grave 27500.
Birthplace : Worcester
Relatives : Son of George and Elizabeth Owins; husband of Annie Owins, 30 Washington St, Worcester
Memorial : Worcester Guildhall
Also appears on : Worcester Astwood Cemetery
Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM)
Served 18 years
Douglas Morgan Owins, occupation: soldier, resident Washington Street, Claines, died in Washington Street, Claines. He was buried in consecrated ground in Astwood Cemetery on 3rd March 1919, aged 34 years. The ceremony was performed by the Reverend S. Wallis Frost.
Source for additional information: Register of burials in Astwood Cemetery, entry no 40636, available on microfilm at Worcestershire Archives.
A photograph of Sergeant D. M. Owins can be found in Berrow’s Worcester Journal Supplement, Saturday 16th September 1916, available at Worcestershire Archives.