Gibbs, Edward Alfred: Service no. 53113


Digitized Service Record

Source: Regimental Rouge Web Site.


Pte E A Gibbs London Advertiser November 11 1916 Page 2
Source: London Advertiser. November 11,0 1916. Page 2.
“Died of Wounds” He was wounded by a shell whilst taking part in the advance and capture of Courcelette on September 15th, 1916. His wounds were attended to and he was removed to No. 44 Casualty Clearing Station where he succumbed three days later.
Source: Find-A-Grave. Photography by Matt L.
Source: The Regimental Rouge

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