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Albert George Ives-1889 in Shepherds Bush.


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In Ireland, but born Bucks.
Albert George Ives b1888 in Shepherds Bush, London.

Son of George Albert Ives(1861.Amersham) & Elizabeth Ann(1861.Dublin).

Army records 9th March 1903, states he was in the Army Service Corps. Aged 14yrs - 11months, at attestation.

Regimental No.20813. 4th. Bedford Regt.

I can't see him as a casualty in WW1 (C.W.G.C.).

I can't see him in the 1911 census, although I have the rest of his family(Father deceased by then).

Any clues folks.:confused:

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