Clement Martin Maidment headstone 2

Clement Martin Maidment

Surname: Maidment
Other names: Clement Martin
Other people in this story:
Thomas C. Maidment
Ella Maidment
Locations in this story:
Mere, Wiltshire
St. Leonard's Church, Semley
Knipe's Farm, Semley, Wiltshire

Clement Martin Maidment was born in 1897 in Mere. He was the son of Thomas C. and Ella Maidment. At the time of the 1911 Census he was single, working as an Errand Boy and living at Knipe's Farm, Semley, Wiltshire. He enlisted as a Private in the Dorsetshire Regiment (Service No. 200907). He died at home on 11th November 1918 and was buried in the north-west corner of St. Leonard's Churchyard. He was awarded the Victory and British War medals. He is remembered on the Semley War Memorial in St. Leonard's churchyard, and on the Roll of Honour inside the church. His name was included on the Baptist Chapel plaque, now also in the church.

  • Clement Martin Maidment headstone 1
  • Semley Baptist Chapel Plaque
  • Semley War Memorial 3
  • Semley War Memorial 2
  • Semley War Memorial 03

Links to related web content / sources:
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
The National Archives