Flint, Eric

Dates:

War Service:

Able Seaman ERIC FLINT of Anson Battalion, Royal Naval Division was killed in action at Beaucourt on 13 November 1916. He joined the RNVR early in 1913 and served with the RND in Gallipoli before going to France.

He is buried in Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont Hamel.

Location of Memorial:

He is remembered on the war memorial at the Private Banks Cricket and Athletic Club in Catford.

Details:

He was the son of Charles and Mary Flint of 28 Bargery Road, Catford. He was educated at Colfeā€™s Grammar School and employed as a clerk in the head office of Barclays Bank in Lombard Street.

Source:
CWGC
De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour

Contributed By: Andy Pepper

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