Not identified as a civilian

No.54269, Air Mechanic 2nd Class, Henry G. MANNING
Aged 30
no overseas service, therefore no medals Royal Flying Corps
Died of Illness on 15th February 1917

Henry James MANNING or Henry G.. CWG has Henry J whereas "Soldiers Efects" has Henry G.

1901 census...Aged

1911 census...Aged

His legatee was wife Margaret G. Dying in Aldershot but buried in Bromly seems to indicate that his widow was living in the Bromley area.

He enlisted in and died at Aldershot.
Not qualifying for a war gratuity and no medals having been found it indicates that he served only in UK and for less than 6 months.

photo CWG

Henry Manning is buried in Bromley (Plaistow) Cemetery S:48

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