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1901;Father, Thomas Bust age 47. Born in Abb Kettleby. Occupation General Labourer. Mother, Elizabeth age 45. Born in Fribsy on the Wreake Siblings, Annie age 19. Born in Holwell. Occupation Hosiery Machinist, Sarah E age 13. Born in Nottingham. Occupation Hosiery Errand Girl, Frederick age 10. Born in Nottingham. Cousin Silvester age 19. Born in Holwell. Occupation Engine Driver. Edward born in Nottingham. Occupation Builders Merchants Clerk.Address 122 Arkwright Street, Nottingham. 1911;Thomas a Coal Carter, Sarah a Hosiery Cutter, Frederick a Brass Moulder. Boarder John Parsons age 31. Born in Derby. Occupation Loco Fitter. Address 124 Arkwright Street, Nottingham. Edward departed from Liverpool 02/11/1911 bound for New York on the White Star Lines ship Baltic and later enlisted in the Canadian Army.
10 Nov 1917
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Canadian Infantry
Private Edward Bust served with the 7th Battalion Canadian Infantry, he was killed in action on 10th November 1917, he has no known grave, his name is commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial
Nottingham Evening Post 18/05/1918 Bust – wounded and missing 10/11/1917 now officially reported killed Private Edward Bust, Canadians beloved son T&E 124 Arkwright Street, age 32 years.
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