Abner Edwin Sanders

Herbert Selby

Charles Sellors

John Shaw

Harry Shepherd

John Cecil Shipway

John William Simpson

Frank Sims

Frederick Skidmore

Percival Henry Slater

William Slater

Gerald Smith

John Alfred Smith

Charles Spencer

Charles Edgar Spencer

George Charles Spencer

William Arthur Spencer

William Henry Spencer

William Henry Spendlove

Eric William Parker Stamper

Thomas Stephenson

Albert Edward Stevens

Samuel Arthur Stone

Charles Stone

George William Stone

Frederick Street

Anthony Herbert Strutt

William Albert Sunderland

Arthur Swindall

James Swinscoe

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George William Taylor

Joseph Taylor

Herbert Throw

John Arthur Tomlinson

Arthur Tomlinson

George Topham

John Wilfred Topham

Thomas Turner

Private 3/45389

Albert Edward Stevens

8th Battalion South Wales Borderers

Killed in action on Sunday 9th December 1917 aged 29.

Albert was killed by a bursting shell on his way to the cookhouse in Salonika.

The Salonika Campaign of 1915-1918 in Greece and Macedonia was, like the 1915 Gallipoli Campaign in Turkey, an attempt by the Allies to open a second front to relieve pressure on British and French forces in Belgium and France.

Burial Place

He is buried in the Doiran Military Cemetery Greece.

Residence

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Family

Born in Belper in March 1888 enlisted in Derby Albert was the husband of Harriet Amelia Stevens, of New Rd. Belper they had three children Ken and Ivy and Ronald Stevens who died in 1997. His wife first received the news of his death stating that he had died in France, however this was corrected later by the Records Office at Shrewsbury with an apology from the Colonel in charge.

Albert was the son of Henry and Fanny Stevens (nee Worthy).

Employment

In 1901 Albert was an Errand Boy, however prior to enlisting he worked at Ward's Factory.

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