George Henry Southgate

Another casualty of WW1 was George Henry SOUTHGATE who worked as a porter at Aldeburgh for the Great Eastern Railway, originally joining them at his home town of Woodbridge in February 1912.

He enlisted with the Suffolk Regiment, 4th Battalion in June 1915 as Private 3577.

He was killed in action on 18 August 1916 aged 22 and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.

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