Cook and Steward Albert Edward Jenkins

Mercantile Marine

Died: Wednesday 28 February 1917 (aged 35)

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Record:
JENKINS, ALBERT EDWARD
Additional information:
Son of Paul and Mary Jenkins; husband of Magdalen Jenkins, of 23, West St., Trowbridge, Wilts. Born at Chepstow.
Cemetery:
TOWER HILL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name recorded:
Jenkins, A E
Memorial:
Stafford (WMR 2117)
Location:
Stafford, Staffordshire
Name recorded:
Jenkins, A E
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Wherwell (WMR 21566)
Location:
Wherwell, Hampshire
Name recorded:
Jenkins, A E
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Woburn Sands (WMR 8164)
Location:
Woburn Sands, Buckinghamshire
Name recorded:
Jenkins, A E
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King Edward VI Grammar School Stafford (WMR 38467)
Location:
Stafford, Staffordshire
Name recorded:
Jenkins, A E
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Men Of Cheltenham (WMR 20599)
Location:
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Name recorded:
Jenkins, A E
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Wood Street Congregational Church,- WW1 Roll of Honour (lost) (WMR 7113)
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Name recorded:
Jenkins, A E
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Abersychan And Pontypool Gates (WMR 3670)
Location:
Pontypool, Gwent

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Name:
Second Lieutenant K G Jenkins
Context:
returned_training
Date:
4 Mar 1917
Diary:
3 CAVALRY DIVISION: 1/1 North Somerset Yeomanry (page 640)