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Private 44004 John Clews

9th Battalion, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Killed in Action, France and Flanders, 9th April 1917, aged 29.

  • Buried: Cojeul British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Grave D.16
  • Awarded: British War and Victory Medals
  • Son of John and Ann Clews [nee Davis] of Chapel End
  • Husband of Hannah Clews [nee Cooper] of 199 Heath End, Chilvers Coton. Married Jul Qtr 1915

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1911 Census and Family History Information

  • Born Jul Qtr 1887 at Stockingford
  • Lived at Hartshill Hill, Hartshill [1901]
  • Lived at Clarence Cottage, Chapel End [1911]
  • Employed as a Coal Miner [1911]
  • Pvt Lees was reported missing on 20 Sep 1918 and appears to have still been missing in August 1919
  • Enlisted at Coventry

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