George Leonard Waldock

103482, Private, 10th Battalion, Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment. (Formerly 23530 Bedfordshire Regiment)

Died Of Wounds on the 23rd October 1918 aged 23.

Private George Leonard Waldock

George was born on the 5th February 1895, the eldest son of George & Alice Waldock who lived at 16 Southsea Road, Stevenage. He was one of 11 children and before joining the Army had been employed as an agricultural labourer by Ben Moules at Titmore Green Farm. At the time of his death, had two other brothers serving in the Army.

He himself joined the Army in 1915. He was seriously wounded for a third time by a gas shell on the French front and was transferred to Rouen Hospital.

On his arrival in Edinburgh he died from his wounds. He is buried in St. Nicholas churchyard, Stevenage.

Headstone Inscription: "The Souls Of The Righteous Are In The Hand Of God"

Medal Entitlement: British War Medal & Victory Medal.


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