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Current record for: Hubert Percy Adcock
Deceased Folder  Deceased Folder
Name Hubert Percy Adcock
Born in Islington
Resident of Not Known
Died 15/06/1915
Age 24

Cause of Death Died of enteric fever in 16th Stationary Hospital Mudros

Cemetery or memorial East Mudros Military Cemetery, Greece
Grave or panel reference Not Known

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World War 1

Relative(s)      Relative(s)
  • Hubert Adcock, Father
    Conderton Villas, Hales Road, Cheltenham
  • Fanny Adcock, Mother
    Conderton Villas, Hales Road, Cheltenham
  • Ethel Kate Adcock, Wife
    Cumberland Lodge, Stonebridge Park, Willesden
Military Information Military Information

Rank Sapper
Service Number Deal 244/S
Unit 1st Field Company, Divisional Engineers
Regiment Royal Marines
Service Royal Naval Division
Enlisted in Not Known