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Also Served: Joseph Edward Latham -

Joseph Edward LATHAM


Howards Lane, Eccleston

Private 4195, 5th Bn., South Lancashire Regiment

(Later 242242)

Joseph Latham was born in Eccleston around 1880. The 1911 census showed him, aged 31, as a single man working as a Park Keeper and living with his widowed mother Mary Ellen and two brothers at Stone House, Howards Lane, Eccleston.

Aged 31, he joined the army on 21st November 1915 in St Helens and was immediately posted to the Army Reserve. He was then mobilised on 20th March 1916 and went to France on 16th February 1917 with his unit. Posted to the 1/4th Bn of the Regiment early in 1918, he remained in France until May 1919.

Joseph was demobilised on 7th July 1919 and was entitled to the British War Medal and Victory Medal.

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