Maxwell Aiken (30133 Pte.)

A Soldier of the Border Regiment
Remembered with Honour
Name Maxwell Aiken
Born Donaghadee, County Down, Northern Ireland
Rank Private
Service No. 30133
Battalion 11th Battalion
Regiment Border Regiment
Enlisted Carlisle, Cumberland
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Died 23 April, 1918, France
Age 21
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Resting Place St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen
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Casualty Type Commonwealth War Dead
Residence(s) [1] Silloth, Cumberland
Parents Henry and Agnes Aiken, of 5 Skiddaw Street, Silloth, Cumberland.
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Maxwell Aiken was a Private in the 11th Battalion of the Border Regiment.

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  1. All place names identify their original, historic counties (contemporary to the War) and may not represent present-day county and metropolitan boundaries.