Lance Corporal Albert Richard Webb

Thank you to Molly Worsfold and Tim Dumas from St. Bartholomew Church in Leigh for allowing Dorking Museum to reproduce their research.

Albert Richard Webb was the son of R and A. E. Webb who, though native of Leith, later had an address at Lee Place, Wisborough Green, near Billingshurst, Sussex.

He was killed in action on 19th September 1918, a Lance Corporal in 11th Battalion, The Cameronians, serving in the Salonika theatre of war. He is buried in Doiran Military Cemetery, Greece, grave reference III. D. 3. The cemetery is close to the Yugoslav border near the south east shore of Lake Doiran.

Son of                         R and A. E. Webb of Lee Place, Wisborough Green, near Billingshurst, Sussex

Regiment                     11th Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
Number                       19659

Date of Death               19th September 1918
Place of Death             Salonika
Cause of Death           Killed in Action

Age                             23

Memorial                     Doiran Military Cemetery, Greece

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