Herbert Humberstone grave monument in St Peter Church burial ground, Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, England

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Herbert Humberstone
first name on monumentWorld War I memorial British Army Records 1914-1920 Herbert Humberstone Grimsby (10th) Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment ( Often known by its original name of the Grimsby Chums.) Regt No 10/257 b. Weelsby Parish near Grimsby, Linc Age 32yr 166day Religion: Wesleyan Occ: Ice labourer; living at Cleethorpes with father for last 3 years. Enlisted 17 Sep 1914 as Private; appointed Lance Cpl 6 Nov 1915; 5ft 7 1/2ins; 154 lbs. Reported missing officially regarded as having died 7 July 1916. On 12 March 1917 widow given pension of 17/6 per week for herself & one child after husband still reported missing. Awarded Victory medal 12 Jan; British War Medal Embarked 9 Jan 1916 Southampton for France; Reported missing 1/7/16; Recorded Killed in action on 1/7/16 from War Office 24 Nov 1916; instructed official notification of wife on 14 Dec 1916. Wife's address on 22 March 1917 36 Poplar Road, Cleethorpes. Child: Ethel Humberstone b. 9 June 1908; Father William Humberstone; mother dead. Total service 1 yr 288 days. Original address: 68 Burger St, Cleethorpes with wife. Father William, mother Elizabeth of 12 Bennett Road, Cleethorpes. Marriage: Annie Elizabeth Brammer spinster, Clee Parish Church 26/3/1906; Minister A H Pope; Witness: Jonathan Brammer & Arthur Humberstone; Child: Ethel b. 9/6/1908 Cleethorpes; Bap Clee Parish Church by AH Pope

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Location of the above Herbert Humberstone monument

St Peter Church burial ground, Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, England

St Peter Church burial ground, Cleethorpes
St Peter Church burial ground

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