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Sergeant Cecil Harry Ellison (S4/071946)

13th Divisional Supply Column, Army Service Corps, M.E.F.

Capbadge of the Army Service Corps

Malvern Commemoration: St James West Malvern

Burial/Commemoration: Pietta Military Cemetery

Nature of Death: Died of enteric fever, Malta 11/9/1915

Next of Kin: Son of Mr and Mrs G W Ellison of Oakdale, West Malvern

Previous Employment: Clerk at Messrs Lear & Son

Sgt Cecil Ellison, was born at Malvern, the son of Mr G W Ellison, gamekeeper of Oakdale, West Malvern. He was a clerk at Messrs Lear and Son, Malvern when he enlisted in the first week of the war. He joined Kitchener’s Army and was posted to the 9th Worcestershire Regiment [1]; however in January 1915 due to his clerical skills he was transferred to the Army Service Corps as a sergeant and took up duties on the Brigade staff. He was subsequently appointed as Chief Clerk to the 39th Infantry Brigade, which went to the Dardanelles in May. He died of enteric fever [2] at Malta on the 11th September 1915.

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