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Samuel Ernest Jones was born on 18th January 1881 in Liverpool. He was the son of Samuel Job Jones and Martha Ann Williams. Prior to the War, Samuel was working as a grocers assistant.

Samuel served with D Company, 6th Battalion in Mesopotamia and was awarded the British War Medal and Victory medal, which indicates he landed overseas sometime after 1st January 1916.

Samuel survived the War and returned to his former profession, by 1927 he was a grocers manager.

Samuel died on 2nd December 1943 in Great Crosby, Lancashire.

Unfortunately his military service papers have not survived.

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  1. […] photo was kindly provided by the grandson of Private Samuel Ernest Jones (6th Battalion). Samuel is standing in the rear rank, third from the […]

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