Private 9011 John DUCKETT, MM

Reason: Died at home of Influenza
Date and age: 21 Oct 1918 | 31yrs
Buried:   With Full Military Honours on 26 Oct 1918 at Southam
CWGC Cemetery:   Southam St. James Churchyard
Grave:   South.10.3
SWFHS Memorial: Southam
Unit: 2nd Battalion
Regiment: Royal Welsh Fusiliers
Brigade:   19th Infantry Brigade
Awarded: Military Medal, Silver Badge, 1914 Star, British War & Victory Medals
Other Award:   1908 Good Conduct Badge (Inverted Stripe worn on Tunic Sleeve)
Enlisted: 10 Jan 1906. Reservist at the of outbreak WW1
In Theatre:   11 Aug 1914 until 22 Jul 1916
Military Medal:   For his actions on 14 Jul 1916 at High Wood. Gazetted 14 Dec 1916
Wounded:   20 Jul 1916 - wounded and shell shock plus effects of epilepsy
Home:   Invalided home on 23 Jul 1916 from Rouen General Hospital
New Posting:   Depot Regiment, Royal Welsh Fusiliers
Discharge:   Discharged as No Longer Physically Fit on 5 Feb 1917
Born:   Apr Qtr 1887 at Southam
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Baptism:   28 Aug 1887 at Southam St. James   Index
Parents: Harry and Martha Duckett [nee Beards]
 
Wife:   Annie Duckett [nee Wood]
Annie was one of the nurses who treated John
   
Marriage:   Apr Qtr 1917 at Southam    
1891 Address:   Daventry Road, Southam
  Census
1901 Address: Stockton Road, Southam
Census
1911 Address: British Army Barracks, India
Census
1906 Occupation:
Labourer / Quarryman
Census
1914/1917 Occupation:   Quarryman at Kaye and Co    
CWGC Page: Private Duckett

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