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27th April 1920
Second in command of the Army Labour Corps Office at Nottingham when suddenly became ill vicariously called a seizure or collapse in the station when heading home to Beeston and died on the platform before he was taken to hospital in Nottingham.
Holy Trinity Churchyard, Burrington, Somerset
First World War
Officer Commanding Lieutenant Colonel
3rd Reserve Battalion Somerset Light Infantry
Officer of the Order of the British Empire
He was a Captain of the old 4th Somerset Light Infantry Militia when he went to South Africa in 1900. He was given command of the 3rd Somerset Light Infantry (Special Reserve) at Plymouth and served in France with the Army Service Corps. His daughter Gwynedd Violet Llewellyn died from the flu as a VAD nurse attached No 2 Red Cross Hospital and is buried at St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, France in 1918.