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Second Lieutenant Edward Bertram OSBORNE

2nd/5th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. Formerly Pvt 10251 London Regiment
Died of Wounds whilst a POW at Le Cateau German Military Hospital, France and Flanders, 1st April 1918, aged 34

  • Buried: Le Cateau Military Cemetery, Nord, France. Grave III.D.1
  • Awarded British War and Victory Medals
  • Son of Christie, a Tea Merchant, and Margaret Osborne of 42 Ivy Road, Handsworth
  • Husband of Mildred Annie Osborne [nee Price]. Married Oct Qtr 1912 at Newmarket
  • NNWFHS Memorial: Atherstone Grammar School
  • Other Memorials, Soham, Cambs; Worthing, Sussex

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  • Born c1884 at Belfast
  • Attended or Worked at Atherstone Grammar School
  • Attended Leeds Agricultural College and gradutated with Royal Agricultural Society National Diploma in 1904
  • Employed as Science Master at Soham School, Cambs [1905]
  • Employed as an Assistant School Master at Brewood Grammar School [1911]
  • Lived at 69 Catford Hill, Lewisham, London [1891]
  • Lived at 9 Cavendish Road, Barrow on Furness [1901]
  • Lived at Grammar School, Brewood, Stafford [1911]
  • Lived at Eton Road, Worthing, Sussex [1918]
  • Commissioned (Gazetted) 26 Sep 1917

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