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ADLEY SIDNEY – 19391.
 
Only for use with men returned from an expeditionary force or garrisons abroad.
(Stamped 24th September 1917 – Hounslow)
Reg. Number – 19391.
Rank and name- Pte. Adley S.
Regiment or corps - 8th R.W. Kent’s
Has been granted a furlough from 22nd Sept – 1 Oct.
His address while on leave will be – Railway Inn, Hawkesbury St. Dover.
 
Descriptive report on joining.
Sidney Adley
Apparent age – 28 years 22 days.
Name and address of next of kin – Frederick Adley – relationship father – (mother) Mrs Adley, Railway Inn, HawkesburyStreet, Dover.
Enlisted – 1-12-16 at Canterbury.
 
Request for Discharge Documents.
Dead. Broncho Pneumonia.
Regt. R.W. Kent’s.
Regtl No. 19391.
Rank. Pte.
Name. Adley Sidney.
 
Medical History – Became ineffective by having died of Broncho Pneumonia on 21st day of October 1918.
 
Royal West Kent Regiment.
19391 – Pte Adley – Sidney – deceased.
Widow of the soldier – Single.
Father of the soldier – Frederick –address unknown.
Mother of the soldier – Eliza – Railway Inn – Pier, Dover.
Brothers of the soldier – William age 34, 36, Manor Road, Dover.
Sisters of the Soldier – Violet – age 23, Railway Inn, Pier, Dover.
 
No. 2 Record Office, Hounslow.
Mrs E. Adley, Railway Inn, Hawkesbury St. Dover, Kent.
Station Hounslow – 7-4-19.
Madam,
I am directed to forward the under mentioned articles of private property of the late No. 19391 –Rank Pte. – Name – S. Adley – Regt. R.W.Kents, and would you kindly acknowledge receipt of the same on the form opposite – Disc, Letters, Note book – Photo case – Cap badge – Purse – Watch and strap – Lighter – Scissors and mirror.

 


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