Charles Sear

WWI Roll of Honour

By Lynette Wray

Charles Sear

         

Military History:        

 

Regiment:
Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex) Regiment

Rank:
Private

Service Number:
G/26014

Date of Enlisting:                            

Date of death:
31.7.1917

 

Cemetery/ Memorial:
Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ypres, Arrondissement Ieper, West Flanders, Belgium

UK Cemetery/Memorial:      

 

Charles was a private with the 2nd Battalion of Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex) Regiment, Regimental number G/26014 and served in the Western European Theatre of War, France and Flanders.  He was killed in action in Ypres on 31st July 1917.

He was awarded the Victory Medal and the British War Medal.

He is commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ypres, Arrondissement Ieper, West Flanders, Belgium

 

Family History:

 

Date of Birth:
c. 1880

Birth Place:
Ivinghoe Aston, Buckinghamshire

Residence:
Marylebone, Middlesex

Marriage:
4th quarter 1915

 

Charles was born in Ivinghoe Aston, 5th son of Benjamin Sear.

According to the 1911 census Charles was a bottler of mineral water living in Bedford.

He married Mary Goss of Ashwell, Hertfordshire towards the end of 1915 in Trinity Church, St Marylebone, London.  At the time of his death Mary was living in Flint Cottage, Ashwell.

Mary then married Frederick Clements in 1928 in Ashwell

 

 

Commentary:

 

Name:

Charles Sear

Birth Place:

Ivinghoe Aston, Buckinghamshire

Residence:

Marylebone, Middlesex

Death Date:

31.7.1917

Enlistment Place:

W. London

Rank:

Private

Regiment:

Duke of Cambridge’s Own (Middlesex) Regiment

Battalion:

2nd Battalion

Regimental Number:       

G/26014

Type of Casualty:

Killed in Action

Theatre of War:

Western Europe, France and Flanders

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