Other names: Harold Tom Holloway
Locations in this story: Bower Chalke, Ebbesbourne Wake, WiltshireWilton, WiltshireDevizes, WiltshireCosham, WiltshireSalisbury, Wiltshire
Story: Harold Tom Holloway Foyle was born in Bower Chalke, Ebbesbourne Wake, Wiltshire, on 8 Mar 1891 and baptised there on 9 Apr 1891 the son of Henry Foyle and Mary Louisa Foyle (nee Holloway). He lived most of his early life in Bower Chalke. He enlisted on 29 Nov 1916 and joined the Royal Navy becoming an Able Seaman (Service No. J62614). He was eventually discharged on 12 Mar 1919 and awarded the Victory and British War Medals. He had married Margaret Ellen Penny in the Wilton, Wiltshire, Registration area in 1916. By 1921 he was living at Oakley Farm, Wimborne St Giles, Dorset. His wife, Margaret died in 1938 and by the 1939 Registry Harold was living at the Gastard Stables, Cosham, Wiltshire, working as a Farm Labourer and Gardener. He re-married Louisa Parrott in Devizes, Wiltshire, in 1941. His death was recorded at the Salisbury, Wiltshire, Registry on 17 Mar 1970.