Reynolds, Stanley Williams

Dates:

War Service:
Gunner Stanley William Reynolds, ā€œCā€ Battery, 235th (London) Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, was killed in action on the 2nd January 1917, aged 27. He enlisted into the army at Brixton on the 10th April 1916 and arrived in France on the 5th October the same year. Initially he was posted to the 49th Division Artillery but was very soon transferred to the 235th Brigade. Following his death his widow was awarded a pension of 22/11 per week for herself and the two children.

He is buried and remembered in Dickebusch New Military Cemetery, Belgium.

Location of Memorial:
He is remembered on the memorials at St Andrew's Church, Catford.

Details:
He was the husband of Caroline Reynolds of 47 Hazelbank Road, Catford and prior to the war he was a dairyman. He married Caroline (Simmons) at St. Andrews Church on the 21st August 1912 and they had two children ā€“ Leslie George William (1913) and Kenneth (1914), Following his death his widow was awarded a pension of 22/11 per week for herself and the two children.

Source:

Contributed By: Kevin Loughnane

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