THE GREAT WAR
BOOTH, Arthur Frederick
Company Serjeant Major
Date of Death:
King's Royal Rifle Corps
"D" Coy. 10th Bn.
V. J. 27.
A.I.F. BURIAL GROUND, FLERS
He was the son of Arthur and Amelia Kate Booth and the brother of Doris and Minnie Booth. In 1911 they lived at 15 Kilbourn Street Alfred Street North Nottingham.
He was a clerk.
St Ann's District Virtual Memorial War Memorial as Arthur Frederick Booth
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Nottinghamshire Great War Roll of Honour
BURTON John Henry Langford
In 1911 he was a warehouse man.
Date of death
26 Aug 1916
Age at death
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment
He was the husband of Ellen (née Taylor) Burton and the father of Winifred Martha and Arthur R Burton. In 1911 they lived at 25 Kilbourn Street Huntingdon Street St Ann's Nottingham.
Nottingham Evening Post notice (abridged), 19 September 1916: ‘Burton. Killed in action August 26th 1916, Lance Corporal JH Burton, LNL, age 36. Wife, children, mother, father, sisters, brothers.’ Thiepval Memorial Pier & Face 1A Research by Rachel Farrand