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Alfred James Fish

Private
Essex

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Born
Poplar - Unknown
Died
Palestine - 20 June 1917
Age
Unknown
Death
Died of wounds
Served in
Essex
Awards
Unknown
Memorials
Unknown
Lived
Plaistow

Alfred James' story

Service Number
276538
Mother
Unknown
Father
Unknown
Spouse
Unknown
Buried
Deir el Belah War Cemetery, Palestine
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  1. Christel Muncaster
    September 10, 2014
    10:00 pm

    Alfred James FISH birth registration Jul-Sep 1894 Poplar
    can be found in West Ham in 1911 @ 31 Percy Road, Canning Town aged 16, a grocery clerk

    His father was also Alfred James and his mother Emily Jane (nee Goldsmith) — marriage registered in Poplar Jul-Sep 1893

    He was their eldest child of three

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