George Daniels

Memorial: Tytherington - St James's Church

Regiment: South Wales Borderers

Medals: British War Medal, Next of Kin Memorial Plaque 1914 - 1921, Victory Medal

Rank and number: Corporal 13733

Parents: Thomas and Mary Daniels

Home address: Hawkins Farm, Tytherington, Glos

Pre-war occupation: Delver in the local limestone quarry

Date of birth: 1891

Place of birth: Tytherington, Glos

Date of death: 26/06/1918

Buried/Commemorated at: Tytherington Parish Churchyard (east of church, near south boundary), Glos

Age: 27

Further information:

George Daniels was born in Tytherington to parents, Thomas and Mary Daniels. He was brother to Hector, John and Ellen, in the 1911 Census he is listed age 19 living at Hawkins Farm in Tytherington. It appears he may have been the youngest of 11 children. His occupation is listed as a Delver (someone who uses a spade) in the local limestone quarry.

George Daniels served in the 1st South Wales Borderers and died of wounds on June 26th 1918.

By kind permission, this information is based on the following source(s):

Tytherington Roots, Forces War Records and CWGC