William Albert Winter

First Name:  William Albert 
Surname:  Winter 
DOB:  Circa 1896 
Age:  22 
Resided Town:  Hollingbourne, Maidstone, Kent 
Nationality:  British 
Date of Death:  06/05/1918 
Information:  William lived in Hollingbourne and enlisted at Canterbury in the Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles and later  joined the 2nd Dragoon Guards. He was wounded in France on November 26th 1917. He died at home of  those wounds on 6th May 1918. He is on the Board at St Michael & All Angels Maidstone so must have  attended Church there or had family connections to the Church. Hollingbourne is4 miles from Maidstone. 
Fate:  Died at Home 
Rank:  Private 
Service Number:  14585 formerly 2424 in Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles 
Campaign Medals:  Victory Medal
British War Medal
Memorial Death Plaque Of WWI 
Service:  British Army 
Regiment:  2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen’s Bays) Formerly Royal East Kent East Kent Mounted Rifles (REKMR) 
Battalion:  1st Battalion 
Commemorated:  1Maidstone in the Great War: Stephen Wynn, Pen & Sword Military, 2017, p.208  Britain in the Hollingbourne Roll of Honour and on the Hollingbourne War  Memorial
Britain on the Remembrance Board at the Parish Church of  St Michael & All Angels, Maidstone
His Grave photographed here is in the Churchyard at All Saints Church,  Hollingbourne 
His Grave photographed here is in the Churchyard at All Saints Church, Hollingbourne