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  • Buried in New Irish Farm Cemetery.
Person Details
Sneinton Nottingham
Alfred Henry Stagg was born in 1884 he was the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Stagg of Wood Court, Mansfield Road, Nottingham. Alfred married Agnes Haigh at the Nottingham registry office on 1st July 1908, Agnes brought a son William Scott Haigh born 6th October 1906 to the marriage, they went on to have 4 further children, Alfred Henry born 24th August 1909, Margaret Elizabeth 10th July 1912, Dorothy born 13th January 1914 and Harry born 16th February 1915. They lived at 20 Church Street, Sandiacre and following Alfred' s death his widow was awarded a pension of 22 shillings and 6 pence a week which commenced on 21st June 1915.
04 Nov 1914
453099 - CWGC Website
2nd Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Private Alfred Henry Stagg enlisted on 26th May 1904 at Nottingham, for 3 years plus nine years in reserve he was 20 yrs and 9 months and was a baker. He served in Singapore from 4th November 1905 until 29th January 1907 when he returned home. He was mobilised for war on 5th August 1914 and landed in France 8th September 1914, He died whilst a prisoner of war in a German hospital at Lomme near Lille on 4th November 1914 and was buried in Lomme Churchyard later he was moved to New Irish Farm Cemetery.
CWGC: 'New Irish Farm Cemetery was first used from August to November 1917 and was named after a nearby farm, known to the troops as 'Irish Farm' (originally there was an Irish Farm Cemetery immediately South of the Farm ... It was used again in April and May 1918 and at the Armistice it contained just 73 burials ... but was then greatly enlarged when more than 4,500 graves were brought in from the battlefields north-east of Ypres (now Ieper) and from the following smaller cemeteries [including Lomme-la-Miterie German Cem. Mem. 2].'
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  • Buried in New Irish Farm Cemetery.
    A.H Stagg - Buried in New Irish Farm Cemetery.