No.G/39279, Private, Harry Clements TRUNDLEY
Aged 21

The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent) Regiment
2nd/20th Battalion, County of London Regiment
Killed in Action on Wednesday, 20th October 1918

Harry Trundley was born in Carlton on the 30th April 1897 (Linton Q2-1897 3B:496), baptised in Carlton on 6th June 1897, son of George Warren and Emma Ann TRUNDLEY (née HULYER)

1901 census...Aged 3, he was at Littleton, Carlton, with his father George W. TRUNDLEY [40], engine driver on farm, born Swavesey; his mother Emma [39]; brothers William [20] horsekeeper, Charles [16] horseman, Ernest [11], and Arthur [6],and sister Agnes [2]. All except his father were born in Carlton.

1911 census...Aged 13, a farm labourer, he was at 1 Stones Cottages, Carlton,with his parents, brother Arthur James and sister Agnes Florence. Also a lodger Martha Jane TRUNDLEY [25] married (née PITT), born Kingston, Cambs., and presumably her daughter Edith Florence TRUNDLEY, [1] born Carlton. Martha was the wife of Harry's brother Ernest. The enumerator gave both Martha and her daughter the Trundley name instead of PITT. Harry had 8 siblings.

He enlisted in Newmarket. He was in the same unit and died the same day as Frederick PLUMB of Six Mile Bottom. see here

His unit was involved on the left of the 8th West Yorkshire Regt as shown below

photo; Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Harry Trundley is buried in Romeries Communal Cemetery Extension, France - grave 1:A:15

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