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Routledge, Arthur Frederick Victor
Rank : Private
Army Number : 14788
Unit : 9th Bn
Enlisted at Leicester. Served with the 9th Battalion during World War One. Killed in action France and Flanders campaign 14.4.1917, aged 28. He is buried at St. Leger British Cemetery, France. Private Routledge's British War Medal is in the of Leicester City Museums Service.
Regimental medal entitlement list: 14788 Routledge, 9/Leic. R. - Victory and British War medals.
Attestation Papers Short Service Three Years with the Colours 7.9.1914 - Called by Army Council: Arthur Frederick Victor Routledge - age 25 years 330 days - trade Footman.
Statement of names and addresses of relatives of deceased: No widow - no children - Father: Arthur Chaplow Routledge - mother Selina Routledge, 13 Tregothnan Road, Stockwell SW9 - Sisters: Lillian and Emily Austin, 33 Burgoyne Road, Stockwell SW9
Receipt for 1914-15 Star medal dated 7.5.1921 and Victory & British War medals 7.11.1921
Casualty Form - Active Service:
29.7.1915 - Embarked for France
20.1.1916 - Deducted 7 days pay Drunk in the field 6.1.1916 OC Bn
16.4.17 - Killed-in-action in the field 14.4.1917
Service No: G/14788
Date of Death: 14/04/1917
Regiment/Service: Leicestershire Regiment 9th Bn.
Grave Reference: D. 8.
Cemetery: ST. LEGER BRITISH CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of Arthur and Selina Routledge, of 13, Tregothnan Rd., Stockwell, London.
Place of Birth : Highgate, Middlesex
Date of Death : 14.4.1917
Place of Death : France & Flanders
Civil Occupation : Footman
Period of Service : 1910s
Conflicts : WW1
Places Served : France & Flanders
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