Second Lieutenant Charles Anthony Victor Jeeves

The Devonshire Regiment attached 1/9th Bn, The Kings (Liverpool Regiment), 165th Brigade, 55th Division, B.E.F.

Malvern Commemoration: Holy Trinity North Malvern,

Burial/Commemoration: Tyne Cot Memorial

Nature of Death: Died of wounds Flanders 20/9/1917

Age: 37

Next of Kin: The elder son of Anthony and May Lambert Jeeves of Croyland, Albert Park Road, Malvern

Charles Jeeves, the son of Anthony and May Jeeves of Albert Park Road joined a Chums company of the 7th Royal Dublin Fusiliers shortly after the outbreak of war and landed at Gallipoli on 9th August 1915. He transferred to the Salonika front in November, he was wounded, and in September 1916 was again wounded while trying to get a mortally wounded Major to safety. For his bravery on that occasion he was awarded the Military Medal.

He was given a commission on 26th June 1917, and went to France attached to the 1/9th Liverpool Regiment. A sympathetic letter from his Colonel says: “Although he had only lately joined this Battalion he gave every promise of turning out an excellent officer, and needless to state, I am very sorry to lose him, especially as he was a tried man and had done such good work in the past.”

Medal Index Card and 1915 Star Roll Public Record Office: WO 329
Malvern News 13/10/17

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