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About Allan Bailey

Date of Birth
Q4 1894

Service Number
1730 44788

Birth Place
Staindrop, Durham, England

Date of Death
28 September, 1918 24y Killed in action

Place of Death
Cambrai, France

Burial
Vis-en-Artois Memorial, France

Relationships

Parents
John Bailey born abt 1863 and Louisa (Allen) Bailey born abt 1864 Married Q3 1884 Teesdale, Durham, England

Siblings
Jane Ann born abt 1883, Mary born abt 1886, Wilfred born abt 1890, Maria born abt 1891, Margaret born abt 1893, Ruth born abt 1896, Harriet born abt 1898, John born abt 1899, George born abt 1900, Louise born abt 1904

Career

Service
Army

Unit
18th Durham Light Infantry, 10th Manchesters Enlisted Cocken Hall 10 August, 1915

Rank
Private

Enlisted Address
Front Street, Staindrop, Durham, England

Medals
British War Medal and Victory Medal

Silver Badge
No

Service Record
Yes

Civilian Employment
1911 Coal miner/putter 1915 Woodman

Campaigns
1915 - 1918 France

Additional Information

Census Information
1891 Pigeon Cote Wynd, Crawford Street, Staindrop, Durham, England 1901 Dovecote Street, Staindrop, Durham, England 1911 Dovecote Street, Staindrop, Durham, England

Sources
Staindrop Roll of Honour, Ancestry, Find My Past, Family search, Forces War Records, Commonwealth Graves Commission,

Notes
Staindrop Parish Magazine: September 1917 reported Allan wounded and in hospital in Boulogne, November 1918 reported Allan died from his wounds.

- Research by DB