THE  DOVER WAR MEMORIAL  PROJECT

 

war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper


Service Record Notes

TAYLOR, JACK

Short Service

Attestation Of
No. G/9192 – Jack Taylor – The Buffs.
Jack Taylor.
66, St. James Street, Dover.
Age – 22 years – 51 days.
Occupation – Tram Driver.
Next of kin – Frederick Taylor, 66, St. James Street, Dover.
Enlisted 8/12/15 at Dover.
Attested – Pte. 8/12/15.
To Army Reserve– Pte.8/12/15.
The Buffs, D. Mobilized Pte. 23/1/16.
The Buffs 3. Posted - Pte. - 25/1/16.
The Buffs 8, Posted Pte. – 19/5/16.
Home from 8/12/15 to 18/5/16.
B.E.F. France from 19/5/16 to 18/8/16.
8th Killed in Action 18/8/16 – Field.
 
Father of soldier - Frederick Taylor, 66, St. James Street, Dover.
Mother – Annie Taylor, as above. (Annie Maria)
Brothers.
Frederick Taylor, age 35, 15, Matthews Place, Dover.
Frank Taylor, age 33, 66, St. James Street, Dover.
Harry Taylor, age 29, 53, Clarendon Place, Dover.
Percy Taylor, age 21, 66, St. James Street, Dover.
Sisters.
Lily Sutherland – age 37, 11, Clarendon Place, Dover.
Kathleen Taylor, age 11, 66, St. James Street, Dover.
 
66, St. James Street, Dover.
March 28.
Dear Sir,
I received the letters and photo that belonged to my son 9192, Private J. Taylor for which I thank you very much.
Yours Sincerely,
Mrs Taylor.


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