Cufflin, Samuel Henry Clement

Samuel Henry Clement 

Cufflin

1881 - 1915
Rank Private
Service no.16060
Regiment 1st Battalion of South Staffordshire Regiment
BirthplaceLeicester
DiedSeptember 25, 1915

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Samuel Henry Clement
Cufflin

Samuel was born c.1881 in Leicester but I cannot be sure of his family details. He was educated at Leicester Board School and then served with the Royal Scots. He left the army and became a warehouseman.
On 24.6.1911 he married Annie Laws Braden and went on to have 2 children-
Hilda Mary 26.5.1912
David Braden 15.4.1914

Samuel re-enlisted at the outbreak of war as Private 15408 Leicestershire Regiment then became Private 16060 1st Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment.
He served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders and was Killed in Action in the Battle of Loos on 25.9.1915. He is on the Loos Memorial, Pas De Calais, Leicester.
His family were living at 27 Bruin St., Leicester .

His photograph is in the Leicester Daily Post 11.2.1916 pg 8
Leicester Mercury 15.2.1916 pg 3
Leicester Illustrated Chronicle 19.2.1916 pg 6

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