Albert Brown  (I12208)
Given Names: Albert
Surname: Brown

Gender: Male Male
      

Birth: about 1885 Blyton, Lincs
Death: 27 September 1918 France

Personal Facts and Details
Birth about 1885 Blyton, Lincs

Marriage 11 February 1908 (Age 23) Ethel BINNS - St John, Glanford Brigg, Lincs

Death 27 September 1918 (Age 33) France

Cause of death: Killed in action
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Notes

Note
1908 Feb 11 Marriage, bachelor age 23, bottler of Grammar School Road, Brigg. Father John Brown, gardener
1911 Census at College Yard, Brigg, married head age 27, brewers labourer for brewery. House had 3 rooms
2016 Lincstothepast: Albert Brown, the son of John & Elizabeth Brown. Born in Blyton Lincolnshire in Q3 of 1883,. His family moved first to Wrawby and then Brigg, where he married Ethel Binns in 1908. They had a daughter also called Ethel in 1909. Albert was killed in action during the Battle of The Hindenburg Line in 1918.

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Family with Ethel BINNS - [View Family (F3628)]
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Marriage: 11 February 1908 -- St John