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Pavey Brothers of Benenden,Kent


eltoro1960

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On behalf of a friend I am looking for any information (other than DCM citation and MM notice for Richard from the London gazette thanks, got them) for the Pavey brothers.

Acting Bombardier Richard G.Pavey (known as George) dow 06/07/1917

Pte Albert Victor Pavey 5th Battn The Buffs, kia 16/01/1916 and

Pte Arthur Stanley Pavey, Royal West Kent Regiment, kia 31/07/1917

This being the entire male line of the family.

All thoughts as always welcomed.

John

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From SDGW:

Regiment, Corps etc.: Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery

Battalion etc.:

Last name: Pavey

First name(s): Richard George

Initials: R G

Birthplace: Cranbrook, Essex

Enlisted: Canterbury, Kent

Residence:

Rank: SERGT.

Number: 78393

Date died: 6 July 1917

How died: Died of wounds

Theatre of war: France & Flanders

Supplementary Notes: D.C.M.

Regiment, Corps etc.: Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

Battalion etc.: 5th Battalion.

Last name: Pavey

First name(s): Albert Victor

Initials: A V

Birthplace: Benenden, Kent

Enlisted: Cranbrook, Kent

Residence: Cranbrook, Kent

Rank: PRIVATE

Number: T/1361

Date died: 16 January 1916

How died: Died of wounds

Theatre of war: M.E.F.

Regiment, Corps etc.: Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

Battalion etc.: 11th Battalion.

Last name: Pavey

First name(s): Arthur Stanley

Initials: A S

Birthplace: Bevenden, Kent

Enlisted: Cranbrook, Kent

Residence:

Rank: PRIVATE

Number: 205165

Date died: 31 July 1917

How died: Killed in action

Theatre of war: France & Flanders

Supplementary Notes: FORMERLY 8426, ESSEX REGT.

Hth

Grant

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Many thanks for your assistance folks, I will pass his on to my friend , the fadedgenes pages in particular look very helpful.

John

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  • 5 years later...
Guest Christian Vinall

These 2 Brothers were uncles to my grandfather , as few more from the village that lost their life (coleys) they are mentioned up on a plaque inside Benenden church as where my mum is buried...Never forgotten !!!!

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