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WW1 Casualty: Private 24585 Robert Burrows -

Private 24585 Robert Burrows



Unit/Regiment 18th Bn., King's (Liverpool) Regiment
Date of Death 30/07/1916 Age at Death 23
Burial/Memorial
& Reference
Citadel New Military Cemetery, Fricourt
II D 19
CWGC Family Details (if shown) Son of Catherine Burrows, of 48, Cobden St., Woolton, Liverpool
SDGW – Where Born Liverpool
Enlisted Liverpool
Resided Liverpool
How Died Killed in Action Theatre of War France & Flanders
Notes
Research Ref. No. BI-019

Service Details

Private Burrows is remembered on the BICC Memorial

He went to France with his unit on 22nd December 1915. His medal entitlement was to the 1915 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal

The images below show a newspaper report of Pte Burrows death (Courtesy Tony Wainwright) and a picture of his headstone at Citadel New British Cemetery (Courtesy George Simpson)





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