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Détails victime

Informations personnelles

  • A
  • Boston
  • Lincolnshire, England
  • Son of Andrew and Ruth Crick, of 12, Hartley St., Boston, Lincs; three sisters, Mary, Ruth and Eva Lucy; two brothers: Charles, served in Gloucestershire Regiment, captured and partly gassed but survived (died of chronic bronchitis); Tom, served in war in Guards but may not have gone on active service.
  • Builder
  • Buried by Abbé Tiberghien

Données militaires

  • 1 May 1908, Boston
  • 812
  • Serjeant
  • 1st/4th Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment
  • 138th Brigade
  • 46th Division
  • B.E.F.
  • Volunteered for overseas service in August 1914. Proceeded with the Boston Company as part of the battalion in the 46th Division to Belgium in March 1915; slightly wounded in the eye when a German sniper hit the top of the trench periscope he was using; platoon sergeant of n°1 Platoon, A Company;


  • 30 September, 49-50 trenches, Zillebeke; whizz-bang shell and bombardment
  • Died of shell wounds in the lower abdomen, in n°10 CCS
  • 6 October 1915
  • 27
  • I - B - 1A



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