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Pioneer 129610 Amos Henry Fairbrother

3rd Prov Company, Special Brigade, Royal Engineers. Previously Pvt 4641 RWR
Died at Home: Amos was discharged from 3rd London Military Hospital with Tubercle of Lung, 20th May 1916. He died in September 1916 at Chelsea

  • Buried: Yet to be established. Not registered with the CWGC website
  • Awarded: British War and Victory Medals
  • Son of  Thomas and Jane Fairbrother [nee Randle]

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1911 Census and Family History Information

  • Born 1 Apr 1897 at Nuneaton
  • Attended Queens Road and King Edward VI Grammar Schools
  • Lived at 34 Poolbank Street, Nuneaton [1911]
  • Employed as a Clerk at Coventry Station with London and North West Railways [1914]. Click here for records
  • Enlisted 10 Nov 1915 at Warwick

    nb. Amos's unit was one of four volunteer company's set up to use Chemical Weapons in response to the German use of Chlorine Gas

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