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  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone marking the grave of A G Baxter at the Church (Rock) Cemetery Nottingham. 
Photo courtesy of Peter Gillings
Person Details
Nottingham
He was the husband of Susannah (née Blockley, formerly Cox) Baxter. He married her on 3rd April 1911 at St Mary's Church, Nottingham, she had the following children from her previous marriage , Edith Annie born 2nd August 1899, John William born 7thJuly 1901, Lillian Winifred born 3rd March 1904 and George William born 23rd June 1914. they lived at 43 Blue Bell Hill Road, Nottingham. In 1911 they lived at 20 Woolpack Lane Nottingham with Susannah's children Edith, John and Lilian Cox. Following his death Susannah married William McNichol at Nottingham in 1922 and lived at 43 Blue Bell Hill Road Nottingham.
In 1911 he was a chimney sweep.
18 May 1917
44
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Private
Private Arthur George Baxter, enlisted on 29th June 1915 in Nottingham , he gave his age as 44 yrs and 6 moths, his address was 43 Blue Bell Hill, Nottingham and he was a chimney sweep. He declared that he had previously served in the Somerset Light Infantry for 20 yrs before being pensioned off. (He had originally enlisted on 23rd June 1890 in Somerset when he was 19 yrs of age) He served with his old regiment 3rd Battalion Somerset Light Infantry, he died on 18th May 1917, shortly after his discharged as being unfit for service on 26th March 1917. He is buried in Nottingham Church Cemetery. He is buried in Nottingham Church (Rock) Cemetery Grave Reference: Laburnum 7011
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  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone marking the grave of A G Baxter at the Church (Rock) Cemetery Nottingham. 
Photo courtesy of Peter Gillings
    A G Baxter - Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone marking the grave of A G Baxter at the Church (Rock) Cemetery Nottingham. Photo courtesy of Peter Gillings