Full name: Charles Thomas Squires
Date of birth: July 1884
Date of death: 30 March 1918 (Aged 33)
Location of death: East of Amiens, Northern France
Rank: 2nd Lieutenant, 11th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment
Position at Lloyd's Register: Clerical Staff, London office
Any other details:
Lived in Brockley.
Son of John Robinson Squires (1850-1920) and Mary Elizabeth Eaddy (1851-1927).
Squires married Grace Ethel Ancutt (1886-1930) in July 1910.
Squires was a member of the Lloyd's Register cricket club.
After his death, Lloyd's Register's General Committee granted Squires' widow his pension. Below is an excerpt taken from the minutes of the General Committee's decision:
"Considered the case of Mrs Squires, widow of Mr C.T. Squires, a Clerk on the London establishment, as regards pension. Ordered that Mrs Squires be granted during the Committee's pleasure, a pension, plus war bonus, in accordance with the regulations of the Society's pension scheme."
Squires' grave can be found at the Adelaide Cemetery, France. For further burial details including Squires' grave registration report, visit his portal on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.
More information about Squires can be found on the Imperial War Museum's Lives of the First World War website.
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