THE  DOVER WAR MEMORIAL  PROJECT

 

war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper


Service Record Notes

BELSEY. ALFRED ISAAC. 10443.

Name – Alfred Isaac Belsey.
Parish - St. Mary’s Dover.
Age - 17 years-2 months.
Trade – News Vendor.
 
The Buffs, East Kent Regiment.
No. – 10443.
 
Next of kin – Father - Edward Belsey – 13, Albion Place, Dover.
Brother (elder) William Belsey – Durham Hill, Dover.
Brother – (younger) Edward Belsey – 13, Albion Place, Dover.
 
Campaigns – BE Force 1915 – Me? Force – Salonica.
Died at Salonica from malaria 27/7/16.
 
Medals – 1915 Star, British War and Victory.
 
Medical History.
Alfred Isaac Belsey.
Age on enlistment – 17.
The Buffs.
Died at Salonica from malaria 27/7/16.
 
Father of soldier – Edward Belsey – 13, Albion Place, Dover.
Mother of soldier – Sarah Margaret Belsey – 13, Albion Place, Dover.
Brothers of soldier.
William Edward Belsey – age 27 – 83, Rotherham Rd. Lowestoft.
Edward H. R. Belsey – age 21 – 13, Albion Place, Dover.
Sisters of soldier.
Helen Caroline Martin (nee Belsey) age 29 – 19, Hartley Street, Dover. 
 
3rd Batt. The Buffs.
Company Conduct Sheet.
Regimental No. 10443.
Name – Alfred Isaac Belsey.
Age on Enlistment – 17 years – 2 months.
Trade – News Vendor.
 
Place Canterbury – Date 1915-23rd Feb. Rank Pte.
Offence – refusing to obey an order given by a N.C.O.
Punishment – 7 days ?ms.
 
Place Dover – Date 18/1/15 – Rank Pte.
Offence - Absent from Parade at 2p.m.
Punishment – 6 days C.B.
 
Place Dover – Date 29/1/15 – Rank Pte.
Offence – When on out post duty quitting his post without permission.
Punishment – 16 hours P.T.
 
Place Dover – Date 23 March 15. Rank Pte.
Offence - Absent from Parade at 8.0 am. making a false statement to an N.C.O.
Punishment – 7 days C.B.
 
Place Dover – Date 21/5/15. Rank Pte.
Offence – Drunk in Biggin Street about 9.10p.m.
Punishment – 10 days pay.

 


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