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Boult, Charles

RANK: PRIVATE SERIAL NO: 10/4056
UNIT: 2nd BTN WELLINGTON INFANTRY REGIMENT, 9th H.B. COY
BORN: 06/09/1884 - H.B., N.Z.
DIED: 15/10/1916 DIED OF WOUNDS
PLACE: SOMME, FRANCE
SINGLE: RELIGION: C of E
WIFE:
PARENTS: James and Jemima BOULT, TIKOKINO, H.B.
SIBLINGS:
NEXT OF KIN: Emily Jane MILNE (niece), Matiere, King Country, N.Z.
P.O. Box 73, TAUMARUNUI
OCCUPATION: LABOURER
EMPLOYER: A. TREWIN
LAST NZ ADDRESS: MATIERE, KING COUNTRY
HEIGHT: 5’ 5” WEIGHT: 128lb. CHEST: 36½”
COMP: FAIR EYES: BLUE HAIR: BROWN
EDUCATION: 4th EDUCATIONAL STANDARD
GRAVE/MEMORIAL: SAINT SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN, FRANCE
ENLISTED: TRENTHAM DATE: 13/12/1915
MAIN BODY: REINFORCEMENT: 11th
MILITARY RECORD:
13/12/1915. POSTED ‘B’ COMPANY, 11th REINFORCEMENT, TRENTHAM.
02/04/1916. LEFT N.Z. FOR ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT.
26/05/1916. EMBARKED ALEXANDRIA FOR ROUEN, FRANCE.
27/06/1916. JOINED BATTALION.
18/08/1916. ADMITTED No.8 STAFF HOSPITAL.
20/08/1916. ADMITTED No.1 CONVALESCENT DEPOT, BOULOGNE.
28/08/1916. ATTACHED STRENGTH, ETAPLES.
02/10/1916. ADMITTED 2nd FIELD AMBULANCE (WOUNDED CHEST).
05/10/1916. ADMITTED No.12 GENERAL HOSPITAL, ROUEN (SHRAPNEL
WOUND TO CHEST).
15/10/1916. DIED OF SHRAPNEL WOUND TO CHEST, SOMME,
FRANCE.
AWARDED: BRITISH WAR MEDAL, VICTORY MEDAL.