269396, Hertfordshire Regiment. Killed in action 31 July 1917. Aged
20. Born, resident and enlisted St. Albans. Son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. H. Javeleau, of 2, Orchard St., St. Albans, Herts; cousin
of William (below). Formerly 6295, Essex Regiment. No known grave.
Commemorated on THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France. Panel 54 and 56.
See also Sopwell Lane memorial
and also St Albans WW1 memorial
Private 35954, 1st Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment formerly
16173, Army Veterinary Corps. Died of wounds 27 February 1917 in
No. 141 Field Ambulance in France. Born Redbourne, Herts, enlisted
St. Albans, Herts. Husband of Florence (nee reynolds) Deamer, of
12, Orachard Street, St Albans, married 3 July 1909 in St Albans,
three girls and one boy. In the 1901 census he was aged 15, born
Redbourn, Hertfordshire, an Agricultural Labourer, son of Samuel
and Hannah Deamer, resident Cottage, Village, Redbourn, St Albans,
Hertfordshire. In the 1911 census he was aged 25, born Redbourne,
Hertfordshire, a Carman to Contractor, married to Florence with
one daughter, resident 12 Orchard Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire.
Attested 9 December 1915 in St Albans, aged 29 years 60 days, To
Amy Reserve 10 December 1915, mobilized 4 April 1916, posted 6 April
1916, joined Army Veterinary Corps 18 April 1916, transferred to
Royal Field Artillery 14 August 1916, transferred 17th Battalion,
Training Reserve 24 November 1916, transferred Loyal North Lancashire
Regiment 11 January 1917, posted 1st Battalion 14 January 1917.
Served at home 9 December 1915 to 18 April 1916, embarked at Southampton
18 April 1916, disembarked Havre 19 April 1916, in France 19 April
1916 to 9 August 1916, at home 10 August 1916 to 10 January 1917,
embarked at Folkestone, disemabrked Boulogne 16 January 1917, in
France 16 January 1917 until his death. Religious denomination Church
of England. Occupation Carman. height 5 feet 8 inches, weight 130lbs,
chest 35-37 inches. Buried in FOUQUESCOURT BRITISH CEMETERY, Somme,
France. Plot III. Row AA. Grave 10. See also St
Albans WW1 memorial