Also Served: William Revell Lauder -
William Revell LAUDER
10 Vicarage Place, Prescot
2nd Lieutenant, Monmouth Regiment
William was born in 1894 in Belvedere, Kent, moving to Prescot in the late 1890's with the family. The 1911 census shows him aged 17 and working as a Cable Tester at the Cable Works, while living at home with his parents in Vicarage Place.
William was included in the Prescot Reporter list of men serving with the colours in May 1915, which reported that he was (like his elder brother, Joseph), serving with the 1/5th Battalion of the South Lancashire Regiment.
He also served with the Monmouth Regiment
No record of his service with the battalion (or any other) can be located
The BI "Link" Magazine, March 1917
William married Elsie Hunt in Prescot in 1919 and they had four children; Elsie (1920), William (1926), Neville (1929) and Heather (1930).
William and his family at 20 Wood Lane, Prescot in the 1939 National Register
He was awarded the MBE in the New Years Honours list 1947 for services to the wounded in Liverpool. No further details are available at present.
William died in Liverpool in 1968, aged 75.Ref. No.: A1162