Biography of Private Charles Edward Redmile (18088)
Coldstream Guards Regiment
Died 22nd August 1919

Soldier

  • Name: Charles Edward Redmile
  • Date of birth: 1895
  • Place of Birth: Dunsby, Lincolnshire, England
  • Date of Birth Registration: January – March 1895
  • Place of Birth Registration: Bourne, Lincolnshire, England

Father

  • Name: Charles redmile
  • DOB: 1871
  • Place of Birth: Easton, Northamptonshire, England
  • Occupation: Labourer on farm

Mother

  • Name: Amelia Allam
  • DOB: 1872
  • Place Of Birth: Dunsby, Lincolnshire, England
  • Marriage: 1892 Bourne District

Siblings: (Name), (DOB), (POB)

  • Lily May Redmile, 1893, Dunsby
  • Charles Edward Redmile, 1895, Dunsby
  • William Gladstone Redmile, 1897, Dunsby
  • Gladys Redmile, 1901, Dunsby

Census

  • 1901: Charles is living with his parents in his grandfather’s house in Dunsby, Lincolnshire.
  • 1911: Charles is living with his parents in his grandfather’s house in Dunsby, Lincolnshire.. The census gives him an age of 16 and he is listed as a labourer on farm.
Relatives in services

  • None found

Marriage

  • No marriage for Charles has been found and because of his age we can assume that he never had the opportunity to marry.
Newspaper Mentions

  • None found

Military Records

Attestation Papers

  • Available

Soldier’s Died In The Great War

  • None found

Pension Records

  • None found

Effects Left To

  • None found

Medals

  • The British Medal
    The Victory Medal

Memorials

 

  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission:
  • None found

© Picture taken by South Lincolnshire War Memorials

© Picture taken by South Lincolnshire War Memorials

© Picture taken by South Lincolnshire War Memorials

Military Service Timeline

  • 11th December 1915 Attested
  • 12th December 1915 Mobolized
  • 14th February 1916 Posted to Coldstream Guards
  • 16th February 1916 5th battalion Caterham
  • 11th Novemeber 1916 2nd battalion
  • 1st August 1917 Wounded in action
  • 11th August 1917 Posted to the 5th Battalion
  • 25th September 1917 Transferred to London Command Depot in Seaford
  • 10th Nevember 1917 Occupation cardo transferred Shoreham
  • 13th December 1917 Posted to the 5th Battalion
  • 18th December 1917 Transferred to reserve unit from London Command Depot
  • 13th April 1918 Post to the 3rd Battalion Folkstone
  • 26th May 1918 Joined Hospital
  • 21st August 1918 Sick in hospital in the field
  • 21st August 1918 3rd General Hospital Le Treport
  • 31st August 1918 Embarked for England
  • 2nd September 1918 Posted to the 5th Battalion
  • 11th October 1018 Posted to London District Command Depot Shoreham
  • 2nd January 1919 Posted to Class “Z” Army reserve on Demobilization
  • 22nd August 1919 Died in Butterfield Hospital, Bourne, Lincolnshire of Preumococeal meningitis.

 

  • This is ongoing research and will be posted when completed

Sources

  • WW1 Soldier’s Records (www.ancestry.co.uk)
  • Death Certificate

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