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Able Seaman Henry H Walker

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve `Nelson` Battalion
Service No: Clyde Z / 6439

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Family Information

Son of Robert Walker of 1 Alexander St, Coatbridge. Henrys brother Able Seaman George Walker was wounded on the 28/04/1917. Another brother Private James Walker of the 6th Battalion Dragoon Guards contracted an illness in France and died in April 1916 whilst a 4th brother Oswald was serving with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers at the time of his death. Henrys next of kin was his sister Annie

Born / Resided

Coatbridge / 1 Alexander St, Coatbridge

Died

Killed in Action 24/04/1917

Enlisted

14/09/1915

Employed

Baker with William Brown and Company, Coatbridge

Age

24 / DOB - 29/04/1892

Buried / Remembered

Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France

Additional Information

Also remembered on the Gartsherrie Church Roll of Honour (see photos). Service Record states - Enlisted 14/09/1915, Draft for BEF 10/07/1916, joined Nelson Battalion 28/08/1916 till wounded on the 15/09/1916.

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