Private 6306 Ernest Alfred Pratt

Reason: Killed in Action
Date: 1 Jul 1916
Age:   2
Theatre: France and Flanders
Main Battle   Battle of the Somme (First Day)
Action:   Battle of Albert at Gommercourt
    Alfred was one of 600 casualties from the 800 man battalion
CWGC Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Grave or Panel: Pier and Face 9 C & 13 C
SWFHS Memorial: Southam and Southam St. James
WW1 Unit: 1/14th Battalion
Regiment: London Regiment (London Scottish)
Awarded: British War and Victory Medals
Enlisted: Enlisted at London
Arrived in Theatre:   Yet to be established
Born:   c1893 at Hognaston, Derbys
Parents: William and Eliza [nee Webster]
1901 Address:   Red Lion Hill, Brassington, Derbys
1911 Address:   Southam, as a boarder
1911 Occupation:   Grocer for the Southam Cooperative Society
CWGC Page:      
Private 6306 Pratt
CWGC Memorial: Thiepval Memorial
SWFHS Memorial: Southam
Regimental History: London Regiment (London Scottish)
Lest We Forget:   Southam Men in the Great War

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