Percy Alfred Humphrey

First namePercy Alfred
InitialsP A
Birth TownTunbridge Wells, Kent.
Resided TownMaidstone, Kent.
Date of Death01/07/1916
FateKilled In Action
Service Number16373
Duty LocationFrance And Flanders
Campaign Medals
  • Victory Medal
  • British War Medal
  • Memorial Death Plaque Of WWI
ServiceBritish Army
RegimentKing's (Liverpool Regiment)
Battalion18th Battalion
  • Britain on the Remembrance Board at the Parish Church of St Michael & All Angels, Maidstone
  • France on the Thiepval Memorial Pier and Face 1 D 8 B and 8 C.

parents: Minnie Clare Humphrey, of 146, Milton St., Maidstone, and the late Frank Humphrey. In 1901 the family lived at 24 Hartnup Street. Frank was an Asylum Attendant. By 1911 the family lived at 146, Milton St., Maidstone Percy enlisted in Liverpool. Percy’s younger brother William also died in the First World War aged 15 on HMS Powerful where he died 13 days later – how terrible for his mother.