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Gunner Edwin A Maycock
39725 6th Battery Royal Field Artillery

Husband of Florence

Aged 28 years

Died 23rd December 1914

Commemorated at Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery
Grave I. A. 28.

Born at Earls Barton, enlisted at Northampton.
Rushden Argus, 15th January 1915, transcribed by Kay Collins

Rigours of War - Little Irchester Gunner’s Death in Hospital

Gunner MaycockGunner E Maycock of the Royal Field Artillery, whose home was at 44 Newtown-road, Little Irchester, died in No. 10 Stationary Hospital at St Omer, France, on December 23rd from peritonitis. He had been admitted to the hospital on the previous day. Official notice of his death has just been received by his widow, who has three children to support. Gunner Maycock was a reservists and when mobilised in August was employed by the Wellingborough Gas Co., and had previously worked at Messrs Nicholson, Son, and Daniels.

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