Worthington Wanford Bennett

Memorial: Mangotsfield - St James Place

Regiment: Monmouthshire Regiment

Medals: 1914–15 Star, British War Medal, Next of Kin Memorial Plaque 1914 - 1921, Silver War Badge, Victory Medal

Rank and number: Private 3030

Parents: Worthington and Caroline Bennett (nee Witchell)

Marital status: Married

Home address: St. James Street, Mangotsfield. Lived at Church Road, Llanfrecha, Upper Pontnewydd, Monmouthshire

Pre-war occupation: Coke Burner

Date of birth: 1880

Place of birth: Pucklechurch, Bristol

Date of death: 01/06/1915

Buried/Commemorated at: St. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre, Seine-Maritime, France

Age: 35

Further information:

2nd Battalion (Territorial Force) Monmouthshire Regiment

Married Ella May Stone on 26 December 1903

Following Worthington's death his widow and children returned to the Bristol area and set up home at 3, Albany Terrace, Soundwell Road, Staple Hill. His widow Ella died on 20 January 1930 in 6, Clarence Road

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

Battalion War Diary, National Archives, Attestation papers, Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Medal Rolls index, UK Censuses, David Blackmore