Bert Tickner grave monument in Municipal Cemetery, Cobham, Surrey, England
Bert Tickner grave monument: legible names and details
|1951||62||1889||first name on monument||Bert Tickner is one of at least nine children born to Harry Tickner and Annie Tickner nee Field in Cobham. Both parents died in 1907 and some of the children ended up in orphanages across the south east. Sibling Ernest born 1900 was sent to a home in South Darenth Kent. From there he joined the army and fought in WW1. He was killed in action aged 16/17. Bert survived WW1.|
|1968||77||1891||relationship not given of Bert Tickner|
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