Samuel Wood Bath
'A' Battery. 106th Brigade. Royal Field Artillery
Died of a bullet wound to his mouth and neck in the 3rd Canadian Hospital Boulogne on Sunday 5th August 1917 aged 37.
He is buried in the Boulogne Eastern Cemetery France.
1 Cemetery Road, Belper
Samuel enlisted in February 1915 and was the husband of Florence Amelia Bath, of 1, Cemetery Rd., Belper (they had three children the youngest being two years old at the time of Samuel's death). He was the son of Joseph Bath of 57 Penn Street Belper.
His brother Alonzo also served on the Western Front with the Motor Transport Corp.
Samuel was formerly a jeweller who had a shop in High Street Belper and later a confectionery and grocery shop at Field Head, he was a member of the Primitive Methodist Church.
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