Charles Green

Surname: Green
Other names: Charles
Other people in this story:
John Green
Maria Green née Lever
Locations in this story:
Iwerne Minster, Dorset
Newington, Kent
France & Flanders
Riseden Farm, Hawkhurst, Kent

Story:
Charles Green was born in Iwerne Minster, Dorset, on 22nd May 1881 and baptised there on 3rd June 1881, the son of John Green and Maria Green (née Lever).   He lived his early life in and around Iwerne Minster until, by 1901, he had moved to Newington, Kent.   He enlisted on 13th November 1915 and was mobilized on 28th March 1916 when he joined the Royal Garrison Artillery as a Gunner (Service No. 71006).  He served in France & Flanders and received gun shot wounds on three occasions.  He finally ended up with the 332nd Siege Battery from where he was discharged on 2nd July 1919. He was awarded the Victory and British War medals.   By the 1939 Register he was living at Riseden Farm, Hawkhurst, Kent, working as a Farm Foreman.  He remained single all his life and died in the Cottage Hospital, Hawkhurst, Kent, on 12th June 1964.

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