THE  DOVER WAR MEMORIAL  PROJECT

 

war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper


Service Record Notes

LEWIS, ERNEST CHARLES

Age 19.
Born abt. 1896.
Residence 32, Maison Dieu Road.
Regt. The Buffs.
Regt. No. G/9900.
 
Short Service (For the duration of the War)
Attestation of
G/9900 E. C. Lewis The Buffs.
32, Maison Dieu Road, Dover.
Age 19 years 92 days.
Trade Clerk.
 
Next of kin Albert Charles Lewis 23, Maison Dieu Road.
 
Enlisted 10th December 1915. Dover.
 
Home 10/12/15 to 13/7/16.
BEF France 14/7/16 to 3/5/17.
 
Casualty Form.
Pte. G/ 9900 - Ernest Charles Lewis - The Buffs.
Wounded in Action Field 4/8/16.
To Hospital train (Shell Wd. Neck) - 6/8/16.
Admitted 1 Can General Hospital (SW Neck) Etaples 7/8/16.
Rejoined Unit Field 30/8/16.
Missing Field 9/4/17.
Rejoined Bn. Field 10/4/17.
Missing Field 3/5/17.
Died on or since 3/5/17.
 
G/9900. Pte. Lewis Ernest Charles deceased.
Father Albert Charles Lewis, 32, Maison Dieu Road, Dover, Kent.
Mother None.
 
Brothers
Albert George Lewis Age 36 3, The Grove, Barton Road, Dover.
 
Sisters
Annie Louisa Horton age 41 Palmaston House, Maison Dieu, Road.
Elizabeth Fuller age 39 58, London Road, Dover.
Edith Emily Lewis age 38 93, St. Georges Road, Victoria, London W.
Catherine ----- Horton age 34 Bo--- St. Nuneaton -----
Margaret Howell? - age 32 366, Goldhawk Road, Chiswick. London W.
Winifred ---- Lewis age 21 32, Maison Dieu Road, Dover, Kent.

 


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