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16 Dec 1896
He was the son of Constance Mary Reeve
RND records list his previous employment as an apprentice
29 Sep 1918
21
567180 - CWGC Website
Home address 394 Moss Lane East, Moss Side, Manchester
Sub-Lieutenant
Hawke Bn Royal Naval Division
He was ex Public Schools Battalion, enlisted 30/12/1914. He joined Hawke Battalion, RND on 09/03/1915 On 29/08/1915 he had pyrexia and was invalided to the UK on 18/09/1915 He joined a draft for the BEF on 10/07/1916 and joined the Nelson Battalion on 27/11/1916 On 20/04/1917 he had ICT of the left foot. He rejoined the Nelson Battalion on 05/07/1917 On 04/09/1917 he went to the UK and was commissioned as temporary Sub-Lieutenant RNVR on 26/03/1918. He joined a draft back to the BEF on 10/08/1918 and joined the Hawke Battalion on 02/09/1918 During the rest of September until his death, he was the Platoon Commander of C-Company
Potential match: Boots 'Comrades in Khaki', July 1915, 'Seaman P Reeve, who is in training with the Hawke Battalion, and Pte JW Beaumont both pay a well-merited tribute to the value of the correspondence sent by the men from the front. 'I am proud', Says Seaman Reeve, 'to have my name and that of my brother among the Roll of Honour in 'Boots Comrades in Khaki', The letters from our men on active service excel in interest and variation all that I have yet read, and they are regarded with wonder and admiration by the many persons to whom I have shown them.' (Nottinghamshire Archives, RB.38)
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