Laurens, Adolphus John

War Service:

Private 14379 ADOLPHUS JOHN LAURENS of No. 3 Ambulance Train, Royal Army Medical Corps died on 8 May 1917. He enlisted in the RAMC on 17th July 1900. He entered the war in France on 15th August 1914. He was discharged as no longer physically fit for war service due to sickness on 16th June 1916.

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

Details:
He was 35 years old, the son of Phillip Frederick and Ann Laurens, of Roseville St., Jersey and husband of Isabella E. Laurens, of Warwick St., Deptford.

Source
CWGC
&
Phil Evans via ramc-ww1.com website

Contributed By: Andy Pepper

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