Jayes, Alfred

Alfred 

Jayes

1897 - 1915
Aged18
Rank Private
Service no.3032
Regiment 4th Leicestershire Regiment

About

About
Alfred
Jayes

Born in 1897 Son of Arthur Eddy & Emma Jayes, of 47, Aylestone Drive, Leicester.

Marriages Sep 1895 Arthur Eddy Jayes & Emma Shaw 
Sadly no baptism can be found. He left Granby Road School on 14th April 1911. 

1911 census transcription details for: Burgess Road Leicester

JAYES, Arthur Eddy Head Marr.M 38 1873 Florist Chrysanthemum Grower &Grocer Leic

JAYES, Emma Wife  Married 15 years F 39 1872 Assist In Grocery BusinessCoventryWks

JAYES, Arthur Horace Son M 14 1897 Florist Son Working In Garden Etc  Leicester

JAYES, Alfred Son  M 13 1898 School  Leicester

1901 census transcription details for: Burgess Road, Leicester

JAYES, Arthur E Head Married M 28 1873 Stone Mason    Leicester

JAYES, Emma Wife Married F  29 1872    Coventry, Wks

JAYES, Arthur H Son Single  M  4 1897    Leicester

JAYES, Alfred Son Single M 3 1898    Leicester

Enlisted: Leicester 4th August 1914 Oxford Street, Leicester: Lincoln & Leicester Bde., North Midland Div. To Luton area.Nov.Bishops Stortford area. 3rd March 1915 landed at Havre. 12th May 1915 formation became 138th Bde. Buried at Sanctuary Wood Cemetery Grave ReferenceIV. S. 2/4.

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