Bree, Harry

Harry 

Bree

- 1918
Aged36
Rank Private
Service no.18700
Regiment Somerset Light Infantry 1st Battalion
DiedOctober 24, 1918

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The War Memorial at Daventry in Northamptonshire also includes two more of the Bree family members.

John & Hannah Bree in Daventry had three sons, John born in 1848, William born in 1850 and Harry born in 1858, although Harry lost 3 sons, his brothers also suffered losses in the War.

Harry was the son of John and Sarah Ann Bree. He married Florrie Marrs in 1911 and the couple lived in Coventry. He was Killed in Action on 24/10/1918 aged 36 and is buried at Verchain British Cemetery, Verchain-Maugre Nord in France. The cemetery was made by the fighting units from 24th October to the 1st November 1918 and holds over a hundred war casualties.

 

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