Personal information about Ernest Victor (Ernie) Davis

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Memorial Details

  Ernie DAVIS
  08 February 1917
  4 kerbstones and 4 corner finials
  South kerbstone inside edge: In Loving Memory of/ Amelia the beloved wife of A. G. Davis who died Jan. 9th. 1909 aged 49 years. South kerbstone outside edge: Also of their sons, Ernie, who died in France Feb. 8th. 1917 aged 31 years. North kerbstone outside edge: Also Percy who died Jan. 20th. 1920 aged 36 years. East kerbstone: Thy will be done.
  Fair condition. Inlaid letters, some missing.
  23 August 2014
  D Duff
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Amelia DAVIS



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    15 February 1917
Copyright:    © 



Ernest Victor Davis

NWN 15 Feb, 1917

Mr. A.G. Davis of West-fields, Newbury, has received the sad news that his son Ernest Victor Davis of the Suffolks has died in France, in hospital, from acute bronchitis. He was in hospital recently with influenza, but had returned to his duties. There seems no doubt that he succumbed to the after effects of that malady through lack of care and from exposure too soon after his illness. He was well-known in Newbury, having been billiard marker at Mr. Tufnail's, and also taking an extensive newspaper round. Mr Davis has three other sons now serving, Edgar, in the Engineers, went out that the beginning of the war; Harold, the youngest boy, in the Hampshires, has just gone out; and Percival, the eldest, in the Engineers, has been for some time, acting as a fireman in London. In addition, there are two sons-in-law serving W.R. Green, in the Engineers, has been wounded in the Persian Gulf, and the other, H. Sharp, in the Marines, is at present in hospital at Plymouth

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