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  • The Commonwealth War Graves Commission  headstone of Josiah 'Jess' Burrows in St James The Great churchyard, Brinsley.
Person Details
Underwood Nottinghamshire
He was the son of James and Gertrude Burrows and the brother of Maria, James, Gwendoline, Thomas, Gertrude, Grace Annie and John Burrows. In 1901 the family lived at Selston, in 1911 at Middlebrook, Jacksdale and later at 16, Broad Lane, Brinsley.
He was a miner.
09 Jun 1921
26
2749822 - CWGC Website
120945
Corporal
Machine Gun Corps (Infantry)
He served as Jess Burrows.
Brinsley (St James the Great) Churchyard Grave Reference: New ground, North-West of Church.
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  • The Commonwealth War Graves Commission  headstone of Josiah 'Jess' Burrows in St James The Great churchyard, Brinsley.
    Photo David Nunn - The Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone of Josiah 'Jess' Burrows in St James The Great churchyard, Brinsley.