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Lance Corporal William Grendon (19268)

1st Bn, The South Wales Borderers, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, B.E.F.

Capbadge of the South Wales Borderers

Malvern Commemoration: The Priory Church of St Mary and St Michael

Burial/Commemoration: Etretat Churchyard

Nature of Death: Died of wounds, France 7/10/1918

Age: 25

Next of Kin: The only son of Mr and Mrs William Grendon of Johannesburg, South Africa; husband of Minnie Isabel Grendon of Northumberland Cottage, St Anns Road

William Grendon, was born in Hockley and enlisted in the South Wales Borderers [1] in 1914 at Worcester. He died four years later on the 8th October from wounds received in action after three years of active service in France – he was 25. He left a widow who resided at Northumberland Cottage, St Anns Road.

Malvern News 19/10/18


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