Edward Charles Domoney

Surname: Domoney
Other names: Edward Charles
Other people in this story:
John Domoney
Emily Esther Domoney née Poore
Rosa Domoney née Coward
Locations in this story:
Shute Lane, Iwerne Minster, Dorset
France & Flanders
Gosport, Hampshire

Edward Charles Domoney was born in Iwerne Minster, Dorset, on 2nd July 1887, the son of John Domoney and Emily Esther Domoney (née Poore).  He lived all of his civilian life in Iwerne Minster.  He married Rosa Coward on 28th June 1910 and they went on have two daughters.   Edward enlisted with the Royal Army Service Corps on 22nd November 1915 and was ranked as a Shoeing Smith (Service No. TS/9937).   He served in France & Flanders from 25 Jun 1917 with the 372nd Company and eventually discharged on 19th January 1920.  He was awarded the Victory and British War Medals.  The 1921 Census shows he was living at Rosa Cottage, Shute Lane, Iwerne Minster, working as a Shoeing and General Smith. He was at the same address on the 1939 Register now described as a Labourer.   His death was recorded in the Gosport, Hampshire, Registry in 1969 and he was buried at St. Mary's Church, Iwerne Minster, on 18 Oct 1969.


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