1st/5th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment
Died at the Military Hospital Devonport on Tuesday 11th June 1918 aged 30.
Charles died from the effects of being gassed and wounded at Kemmel Hill on Friday April 26th 1918.
He had only just returned to his unit after being invalided back to England having been gassed previously on Wednesday 10th October 1917.
Charles was buried in the Belper Cemetery with full military honours.
Born and resident in Belper Charles enlisted in Derby on Monday 1st January 1917 and was the son of Samuel Sellors a Lead Smelter and Eliza Sellors, of Belper and husband of Ann Elizabeth Shaw (formerly Sellors), of 102, Bridge St., Belper.
Prior to enlisting he was employed at Brettles as a hosiery worker.
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