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Current record for: Albert Corpe
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Name Albert Corpe
Born in Not Known
Resident of Not Known
Died 21/11/1915
Age 19

Cause of Death Died of meningitis

Cemetery or memorial ISLINGTON CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Grave or panel reference Screen Wall. N. 3. 20224.

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World War 1

Relative(s)      Relative(s)
  • Edgar Henry Corpe, Father
    149, Seven Sisters Road, Holloway
  • Eleanor Corpe, Mother
    149, Seven Sisters Road, Holloway
Military Information Military Information


Rank Gunner
Service Number 2550
Unit 3rd London) Brigade
Regiment Royal Field Artillery
Service Army
Enlisted in Not Known
Memorial(s) Memorial(s) link(s)



Islington Cemetery War Memorial