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  • This is Enoch's 'dead man's penny' that I inherited. I have visited Enoch's grave at Duisans British Cemetery near Arras in France. Courtesy of Billy Casper.
Person Details
Nottingham
Father: Henry Winfield, born in 1873 in Nottingham and working as a corporation road labourer. Mother: Elizabeth Winfield, born in 1877 at Cole Orton, Leicestershire. The family lived at 12 Livingstone Street, Nottingham before moving to 21 Lotus Street, St. Ann's Well Road, Nottingham.
25 Apr 1917
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41761 - CWGC Website
41156
Private
13th Bn Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment)
Winfield was called up for service and following training he was drafted to France. The battalion took part in the Battle of Arras and Pte. Winfield was killed in action on 25/04/1917. He was buried at Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun.
Nottingham St Mary Parish Register, page 471 (1917): '2 Lotus Street. WINGFIELD OR WINFIELD. Father and one son, father a soldier, father St Ann’s choir, Enoch (killed April 1917).' (Nottinghamshire Archives, ref. PR,6786) Personal inscription on CWGC headstone, ‘My beloved son, ever in our thoughts, till we meet again.’
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  • This is Enoch's 'dead man's penny' that I inherited. I have visited Enoch's grave at Duisans British Cemetery near Arras in France. Courtesy of Billy Casper.
    Enoch's Dead Man's Penny - This is Enoch's 'dead man's penny' that I inherited. I have visited Enoch's grave at Duisans British Cemetery near Arras in France. Courtesy of Billy Casper.
  • Commonwealth War Grave Commission headstone marking his grave at Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas de Calais, France. Courtesy of Murray Biddle
    Enoch Winfield - Commonwealth War Grave Commission headstone marking his grave at Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas de Calais, France. Courtesy of Murray Biddle