Stanley Harry Davies, 18941917 (aged 23 years)

Name
Stanley Harry Davies
Birth 1894 34 28
Military
Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry), 21st Sqdn

Note: Service number: 110621
Occupation
Army, Private

Residence March 31, 1901 (aged 7 years)
Address: 40 Asylum Road
The Boer War
Battle for control of southern Africa
from October 11, 1899 to May 31, 1902 (aged 8 years)

Death of a fatherCharles Thomas Davies The Squire of Hainult Oak Forest
1903 (aged 9 years)

Cause: Tuberculosis
Olympic Games
Games of the IV Olympiad
from April 27, 1908 to October 31, 1908 (aged 14 years)
Census April 2, 1911 (aged 17 years)

Address: 105 High Street
Death of a maternal grandfatherJohn Carr Scotts Gussie
May 11, 1911 (aged 17 years)
Burial of a maternal grandfatherJohn Carr Scotts Gussie
May 16, 1911 (aged 17 years)
The Great War from July 28, 1914 to November 11, 1918 (aged 24 years)

Death October 27, 1917 (aged 23 years)
Note: 9am
Burial
Address: Beersheba Cemetery Grave reference N. 10.
Last change January 22, 201709:55:18

Family with parents
father
CT Davies AL Scotts MC
18601903
Birth: 1860 43 32St Pancras, London, England
Death: 1903
mother
AL Scotts Prayer Book
18651947
Birth: August 22, 1865 29 20Pimlico, London, England
Death: from 1947 to 1948
Marriage
Marriage: February 21, 1887Dagenham, Essex, England
3 years
elder brother
CE Davies - Uniform
1889
Birth: about 1889 29 23Chigwell, Essex, England
15 months
elder sister
DB Young Grave
18901964
Birth: March 16, 1890 30 24Lambeth, London, England
Death: August 22, 1964
3 years
elder brother
1892
Birth: about 1892 32 26Chigwell, Essex, England
Death:
3 years
himself
SH Davies Memorial Card
18941917
Birth: 1894 34 28Chigwell, Essex, England
Death: October 27, 1917Palestine
Father’s family with Sarah Maria
father
CT Davies AL Scotts MC
18601903
Birth: 1860 43 32St Pancras, London, England
Death: 1903
step-mother
Marriage
Marriage: before 1887
Mother’s family with Charles Turner
step-father
mother
AL Scotts Prayer Book
18651947
Birth: August 22, 1865 29 20Pimlico, London, England
Death: from 1947 to 1948
Marriage
Marriage: after 1890
Military

Service number: 110621 Rank: Private

CensusView

1911 UK Census transcript - Augusta Louise Scotts - Household RG14PN3631 RG78PN137 RD42 SD1 ED2 SN103

Name Relation MC Age Sex YrsM ChB ChL ChD Occupation Industry Employ WH Birthplace Infirm
Augusta Louise Turner Head M 44 F 20 - - - Licensed Victualler London, Pimlico
Charles E Davies son S 21 M - - - - Accountants Clerk Essex, Chigwell
Dorothy Beatrice Davies daughter S 21 F - 1 1 - Surrey, Clapham
Reginald Scotts Davies son S 18 M - - - - Dental Mechanic Apprentice Essex, Chigwell
Stanley Harry Davies son S 16 M - - - - Merchants Clerk Essex, Chigwell
Victor Davies nephew S 22 M - - - - Independent Private Means Surrey, Clapham
Grace Baker Visitor S 19 F - - - - Actress London, Tottenham Ct Road
Dorothy Baldwin Servant S 20 F - - - - Barmaid 105 High Street, Bromley, Kent
Death

9am

Note

Name: DAVIES, STANLEY HARRY Initials: S H Nationality: United Kingdom Rank: Private Regiment/Service: Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry) Unit Text: 21st Sqdn. Age: 23 Date of Death: 27/10/1917 Service No: 110621 Additional information: Son of Charles Thomas Davies, and Augusta Louise Davies, of Chigwell, Essex. Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: N. 10. Cemetery: BEERSHEBA WAR CEMETERY

http://www.cwgc.org/search/casualty_details.aspx?casualty=644439

Note

Plot/Row N Grave 10 in cemetery

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Note: I write to offer you my sincerest sympathy on the loss of your son killed in action on Sat Oct 27 at 9am. Stanley was serving the gun in support of a position which our brigade was holding in full, a largely superior enemy force, his gun was disabled and he himself was hit in the head & died instantly without
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Note: suffering. I laid his body to rest on the field where he fell together with 2 comrades who fought and died with him owing [?] to the magnificent gallantry of our men the Turks were prevented from breaking through our line, attacking our railway, your son has made his contribution to a glorious page in the history of the brigade of which his machine gun
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Note: Dear Mrs Davies 29.10.17