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Albert Ellender  ( 1889 - 1916 )

parents John & Ellen CARTER
born in Lyminge 1889
christened in
died in Kut-al-Amara, Persian Gulf 1916
buried Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery
grave XIV. G. 9
effects
occupation
Biography
c1914 WW1 Unit: Royal Garrison Artillery Comment: POW wounded May 16 War Memorial Elham DB The Lantern (parish magazine)
 1916 Albert was born in Lyminge in 1889. When he left school he worked at Wick Farm, Elham. In 1907 he joined the Royal Garrison Artillery as a gunner and went to India. In January 1915 he went to Mesopotamia for the campaign against the Turks. He died of desease at Kut in July 1916. It is not clear if he was taken POW at the seige.
Biography

c 1914
WW1 Unit: Royal Garrison Artillery Comment: POW wounded May 16 War Memorial Elham

DB The Lantern (parish magazine)

1916
Albert was born in Lyminge in 1889. When he left school he worked at Wick Farm, Elham. In 1907 he joined the Royal Garrison Artillery as a gunner and went to India. In January 1915 he went to Mesopotamia for the campaign against the Turks. He died of desease at Kut in July 1916. It is not clear if he was taken POW at the seige.

Demography
(Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConOccupationAgeBorn  
1901Albert EllenderUnidentified Ref No. Z 164Standard Hill Farm CottagesSon  12Lyminge
Relationships
(Calculated from the demography records)
Name Relation GBornPlaceDiedPlaceOccupation
John EllenderFatherM1854Lyminge1923Elham 
Ellen CarterMotherF1855Braintree, Essex1919East Ashford, District 
Henry EllenderBrotherM1889Lyminge1915France and Flanders 
Rose EllenderSisterF1893Lyminge   
Ernest EllenderBrotherF1895Lyminge1917Persian Gulf 
Frederick EllenderBrotherM1898Elham1974Shepway District