FIELD Henry George

  • First Name(s):
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  • Conflict:
  • Service:
  • Army Sector:
  • Corps:
    Royal Garrison Artillery
  • Brigade:
    27th Brigade
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  • Date of Death:
    11th November 1918
  • Age At Death:
  • Place of Death:
  • Place of Burial:
    Busigny Communal Cemetery Extension, France, Grave II. B. 28.
  • Place of Birth:
    Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, enlisted Bromsgrove
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  • Casualty's Relatives:

    Son of William Field, Upland Rd., Norton, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire

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Notes About The Memorial(s) Listed Above

Bromsgrove Independent Order of Oddfellows under British Queen Lodge.

Further Information About FIELD Henry George

Henry Field was born in Bromsgrove in 1894 and lived in Upper Norton, Bromsgrove. His parents were William and Emily Field. William was a railway wagon repairer but in 1911 just calls himself a railway labourer. Henry was also a railway labourer aged 17 in 1911. He had an elder sister called Amy.

Henry became a Bombardier (55905) in the Royal Garrison Artillery and arrived in France on the 4th September, 1915. He died on the 11th November, 1918 aged 21 on the Western Front.

The following information has been researched and transcribed by Sandra Taylor:
H.G. Field, Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery was employed by the Midland Railway as a Wagon Repairer’s Boy in the Carriage and Wagon Department at Bromsgrove Station. These details are recorded in the company’s memorial book.

Source: In Remembrance of the Brave Men of the Midland Railway who Gave their Lives in the Great War 1914-1919. Published by the company to coincide with the unveiling of the Midland Railway War Memorial at Derby on Thursday 15th December 1921 at 11.45am.

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Credits: Researched by Elizabeth Dovey.