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Charles Gammage (18779 Pte.)

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a soldier of the border regiment
remembered with honour


Lonsdale Battalion Roll of Honour

Name Charles Gammage
Rank Private
Number 18779
Company
Attached §
Transferred ¥
Former unit 203155, Liverpool Regiment
Enlisted 1914, Bolton, Lancashire
Resident 18 Norfolk Street, Bolton
Born Atherton, Lancashire
Died 3 January 1919
Where died Calais
How died Bronchitis and Influenza
Age 33
Casualty type Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Grave
Reference no. VII.E.5.
Resting place Les Baraques Military Cemetery
Source
Notes
*Son of George and Emma Gammage, of 50 Pen Street, Bolton, Lnacshire.
*Husband of Esther Gammage, of 18 Norfolk Street, Bolton.
*Fought at Gallipoli, then transferred to France and later taken prisoner of war in 1917.
*Died of bronchitis and influenza on return home journey after 18 months of captivity in Germany.

Biography

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