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Webster, Arthur

Rank : Private

Army Number : 41040

Unit : 9th Bn

Biography :

Home address listed as Bardon Hill, Leicestershire. Enlisted at Coalville. Served with the 9th Bn during World War One. Died in France and Flanders campaign 28.10.1917, aged 35. He is buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Poperinge, Belgium. Formerly 48675 North Staffordshire Regiment.

Further info: It is understood that he died on 28th October 1917 from Ptomaine Poisoning. He arrived in France on October 2nd 1917 with the north staff regiment and joined the 9th service Leicester regiment about seven days later.

Medal Card: Webster Arthur - Leic R - Pte - 41040 - Victory and British War medals.


Rank: Private
Service No: 41040
Date of Death: 28/10/1917
Regiment/Service: Leicestershire Regiment 9th Bn.
Grave Reference:XXII. H. 7.
Additional Information: Son of George and Ada Webster, of Seaton, Rutlandshire; husband of Clara King (formerly Webster), of Rock View Cottage, Battle Flat, Bardon Hill, near Leicester.

Date of Birth : 1882

Place of Birth : Coalville & Leicestershire

Date of Death : 28.10.1917

Place of Death : Belgium

Period of Service : 1910s

Conflicts : WW1

Places Served : Belgium

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