Bloyce, Albert Edward Victor


War Service:
Albert Edward Victor Bloyce was a Rifleman [service number 415259] in the 2nd/9th Bn London Regiment (Queen Victoria's Rifles). He died 27 September 1917 aged 30.

He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial [Panel 151] with 34862 other WW1 dead.

The Tyne Cot Memorial is one of four memorials to the missing in Belgian Flanders which cover the area known as the Ypres Salient.

Location of Memorial:
He is commemorated on the South Suburban Gas Works War Memorial at Bell Green, Sydenham, the memorial at the church of St Michael and All Angels and on the Sydenham, Forest Hill & District Tradesmen's Memorial. His name is also recorded on the QVR roll of honour in the battalion HQ in Davies Street, W1.

He was the son of James and Edith Bloyce; husband of Rosina Bloyce, of 24, Elderton Road, Lower Sydenham.


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