Private William Curzon

Durham Light Infantry

Died: Thursday 1 January 1970 (aged 33)

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Record:
CURZON, WILLIAM
Additional information:
Son of William and Emily Curzon, of 68, Claremont, South Avenue, Gateshead.
Cemetery:
ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN
Cemetery/memorial reference:
B. 23. 69.
Country:
France

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Oral history

British private served with 2nd Bn East Kent Regt (The Buffs) on Western Front, 1915; POW in Germany, 1915-1918; NCO served with 6th Bn East Kent Regt and No 1 Bn Royal Army Ordnance Corps in GB, 1939-1945
REEL 1: Background in Barham, Kent, 1894-1914: family; father's employment as carpenter; mother a piano teacher; parents' earnings; education; left school at 14; story of confirmation; religious beliefs. Aspects of employment in GB, 1908-1914: employment as odd job man in local house and at boarding …

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Name recorded:
Curzon, William
Memorial:
Winsford (WMR 10035)
Location:
Winsford, Cheshire
Name recorded:
Curzon, William
Memorial:
Men Of Winsford (WMR 10043)
Location:
Over (Winsford), Cheshire
Name recorded:
Curzon, W
Memorial:
Midland Railway Carriage And Wagon Works - Finishing Shop (WMR 18916)
Location:
Litchurch, Derbyshire
Name recorded:
Curzon, W
Memorial:
St Marys Church - Cross (WMR 650)
Location:
Crich, Derbyshire
Name recorded:
Curzon, W
Memorial:
Salt Union and ICI (WMR 10054)
Location:
Winsford, Cheshire