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Bertram Hadlow was one of five sons of Albert and Martha Ann Hadlow, fruit growers, of Bushy Wilds, Dargate. He died two days after the Armistice. In the 1911 census he was aged 12.
Private Hadlow is remembered with honour at Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France, where his grave reference number is V.C.22.
For much of the First World War, Abbeville was headquarters of the Commonwealth lines of communication and No.3 BRCS, No.5 and No.2 Stationary Hospitals were situated there variously from October 1914 to January 1920.
He is also remembered with honour at the War Memorial at St. Michael’s Church, Hernhill.
National Archives in association with Ancestry.com: 1901 and 1911 England census database.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission website: CWGC.org
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Abbeville Communal Cemetery