Tratt, George

George 

Tratt

1887 - 1914
Aged27
Rank Private
Service no.8204
Regiment 2nd Battalion Leicestershire Regiment
BirthplaceKingswood
DiedDecember 22, 1914

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George
Tratt

George was born in 1887 in Kingswood, Gloucestershire to George Tratt, a shoe rivetter and Elizabeth (nee Parker).
They had 3 children
George 1887
Frederick 1890
Bertie 1896

In 1891 the family lived at Margate VIilas, Newfoundpool. In 1901 they lived at 27 Thomas St., Leicester.

In 1911 census George was in the army and his family were living at 42 Farringdon St and George senior was a gardener.

George had served for 7 1/2 years in the army and been in India. Uring the war he was Private 8204 2nd Battalion Leicestershire Regiment.

He Died of Wounds on 22.12.1914, aged 27, and is buried at Bologne Eastern Cemetery (111.B.71).

His photograph in in – Daily Post 15.1.1915 pg6
Leicester Mercury 14.1.1915 pg5.

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