Other names: Clarence Reginald
Locations in this story: Fontmell Magna, Shaftesbury, DorsetSt Georges, Hanover Square, LondonFrance & FlandersLuton Bedfordshire
Story: Clarence Reginald Still was born in Fontmell Magna, Shaftesbury, Dorset, on 13 Nov 1876 the son of Tom Still and Ellen Still (nee West). He lived his early life in Fontmell Magna. His marriage to Edith Kate Flower was recorded in Chelsea, London, Registry in 1900 and they had set up home by 1901 at 54 Gresham Street, St. George Hanover Square, London. Clarence was working as a Domestic Coachman. He enlisted and served with the Army Service Corps as Private (Service No. M2/074713). He served in France and Flanders and was discharged on 28 Apr 1919. He was awarded the Victory and British War Medals as well as the 1915 Star. He moved to Bedfordshire and by the time of the 1939 Register was living at 15 Kingsway. Luton, Bedfordshire, working as a Bus Driver. His death was recorded in Luton on 23 Mar 1950. His brothers, Archibald Arthur Still and Stanley Charles Still, also served in the conflict.