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Simply double-click the downloaded file to install it.Update Star Free and Update Star Premium come with the same installer.James survived the war in which he served with the Royal Flying Corps and rejoined the Metropolitan Police before returning to Bergh Apton as a market gardener, a business carried on by his son Peter. casualty=513837 No match on Norlink The 1901 Census has James Annis as born at Bergh Apton in 1891, while Arthur was born there in 1882, but by the time of the census was working as a Turner in Birmingham.
Alfred died aged 37 on 8 October 1918, only a month before the end of the war. One senses from the Padre’s letter that he had attributes of steadiness and loyalty that must have been a great help to many younger soldiers in their teens and early twenties who served with him.He was educated at Bergh Apton and enlisted in February 1915.He was wounded at the Battle of the Somme, 1st July 1916 and died from wounds, 5th July 1916.Other family members would seem to include Ewing (born 1882 Bergh Apton and now resident Seething as a Ploughman), and Laura (born 1886) Alfred’s enlistment papers can be seen on the Canadian National Archive site. Alfred is also listed on the Seething War Memorial.He gives his date of birth as the 17th August 1887 and his profession as farmer. collectionscanada.ca/databases/cef/001042-119.02-e.php? units war diary for this period, listing Alfred of the M. He was thought very highly of in this Battalion and I am glad to think of him as one of my friends for a long time’.
there is no match on the Canadian National Archive under this name or service number.