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Name Charles Nesfield ANDREWES
Regiment South Devon Yemanry - enlisted 1902
Then 2nd Lt in the Labour Corps
Born 18th April 1876 at Southwater
Educated Trinity College, Cambridge. BA 1918
Died 29th November 1918 of influenza contacted on Active Service
Age 42
Cemetery St Nicholas Churchyard, Sevenoaks, Kent
Family Son of Rev Nesfield Andrewes. In 1881 he was the middle of three children with his parents at Southwater Vicarage. His sister Katherine was baptised 6.12.1874 at Southwater and his brother Francis Edward was baptised at Southwater 28.5.1868. In 1901 he was reading for Holy Orders at Lea Rectory, Lindsey, Lincs. By 1911 he was living at 4 Jubilee Terrace, St Aldgates, Oxford.
Medals His medals were sent to his sister Katherine Elton at Preston Lodge, Horsham.