WHITE Amos Norman Kimberley

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  • Regiment:
    Worcestershire Regiment
  • Battalion:
    2nd Battalion
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  • Date of Death:
    5th December 1917
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  • Cause of Death:
    Killed in action
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  • Place of Burial:
    Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium, Panel 75 to 77.
  • Place of Birth:
    Sidemoor, Worcestershire, resident and enlisted Bromsgrove, Worcestershire
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  • Casualty's Relatives:

    Son of John and Sarah Ann White (nee Lloyd), 14 York Road, Bromsgrove; husband of Alice Mary White (nee) Eades, of Catshill.

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WHITE Amos Norman Kimberley Is Named On These Memorials

Notes About The Memorial(s) Listed Above

Mentioned as Norman Amos White.

Further Information About WHITE Amos Norman Kimberley

The birth of Amos Norman Kimberley is registered in the December Quarter 1896 under the Bromsgrove Registration District. It is not clear when the surname White was added to the family surname.

The following information has been researched by Andrew Bate:
Private Norman White was hit by an artillery shell and died instantaneously. He left a widow and baby son whom he never saw (Norman J. White, birth registered in the September Quarter 1917). Before enlisting he was employed at the Elliott Steel Works in Selly Oak, Birmingham. He was awarded The British War Medal and the Victory Medal.

Norman White has no known grave, the photograph available shows his name on Tyne Cot Memorial.

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