Died : 11 Oct 1918
Rank : Private
Service no at death: 41002
Surname: SCOTT
Initials: H G
Date of Birth 1901
Place of BirthGussage St Michael
Place of Birth Source1911 Census
Address Sixpenny Handley
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Employment / trade
Place of work
Family (parents and grandparents)Son of Joseph Scott and Mary Jane nee Head of Chettle, Dorset. Grandparents - George and Ellen (nee Lawrence) Scott James and Fanny (nee Cook) Head
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NotesNamed on Memorials as George
Regiment at call-upDorsetshire Regiment
Regiment at discharge
Rank at call-upPrivate
Service no at call-up41002
Date of attestation -
Date of call-up -
Area reported toPoole
SourceUK soldiers who died in First World War
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Service facts
Age at death17
Date of death 11 Oct 1918
Regiment at deathDorsetshire Regiment
Battalion at death6th Bn.
Rank at deathPrivate
Circumstances of deathWar Diary states that orders were received to attack Neuvilly in conjunction with the West Yorkshire Regiment. During heavy machine gunfire they suffered heavy casualties. 25 men were killed including Henry George Scott.
Service no at death41002
Field of action at death
Place of deathFrance
Location of graveMontay-Neuvilly Road Cemetery, Montay
PositionI E 3
Other memorialsNamed on Sixpenny Handley War Memorial as "George".
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