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Herbert William Carter

Surname

Christian Names

Service Number

Rank

Regiment

Carter

Herbert William

SE/25303

Pte

Army Vet Corps

Born

Age

Enlisted at

Address

Steeple Langford

23

Chippenham

Chippenham

Date of Death

Where killed

Cause of Death

02/03/1917

Rouen

Illness

Cemetery

Plot

Country

St Sever Cemetery Extention

O,VI,C,5

France

Next of Kin

Next of kin address

Town

Edward and Maria Carter

Steeple Langford

Salisbury

Notes

No 1 Convalescent Horse Depot, Royal Army Vet Corps attd 29th Infantry Base Depot.

 

Ex Police Constable’s Death in France

Shoeing Smith HW Carter, Army Veterinary Corps, who was before joining the colours, was a police constable at Chippenham, has died at Rouen Hospital after a short illness. He joined the Army Veterinary Corps on January 22nd and went to France on February 1st, death-taking place on March 2nd in the presence of his parents who live at Steeple Langford and had been sent for. Shoeing Smith Carter was a single man aged 23. He has a brother in the Machine Gun Corps who has been in France for a year and nine months and has been wounded twice, and another brother (PC EG Carter) who is in the Wiltshire Constabulary stationed at Trowbridge.

Wilts Times 10 March 1917

In affectionate memory of Herbert William Carter, Army Veterinary Corps, who died at Rouen Hospital, France March 2nd 1917 aged 23.

From Mother, Father, Brothers and Sisters.

Wilts Times 2 March 1918


Father was listed as a blacksmith in 1901

Last updated - 05/11/2010

 

 


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