Andrews, Charles John

Dates: [c.1871-1916]

War Service: Charles John Andrews was a Rifleman in the 6th (City of London) Battalion (Rifles) London Regiment. His service number was 99. He died 3 April 1916 in Cambridge of peritonitis aged 46.

Location of Memorial: Rifleman Andrews is buried in Brockley Cemetery where his name is recorded on the screen wall listing those whose graves have no headstone.

Details: Charles Andrews was born c. 1871 in Brighton. He married Alice Maud Mary Eastman on 24th March 1895 at All Saints, Hatcham Park. In 1911 he was living at 9 Dennetts Road, New Cross with his wife Alice and their children William James, Benjamin James, Violet Annie, Edward Henry, Arthur James and Henry Richard. Three other children had already died. Charles was employed as an engineers fitter at LCC Tramways.

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