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Nottingham
He was the only son of John William and Annie Robinson and the brother of May Robinson. They lived at 5 Plantagenet Street St Ann's Nottingham.
07 Oct 1918
22
595094 - CWGC Website
235507
Private
6th Bn Leicestershire Regiment
Pte. Robinson enlisted in Nottingham and became a stretcher bearer. He was wounded on 30/09/1918 and made a prisoner of war.However he died on 07/10/1918 following an operation in a German field hospital at Le Cateau. He was buried at Le Cateau Military Cemetery (I. B. 168.)
Obituary Nottingham Evening Post dated 19th August 1919 : - “ROBINSON. – Reported wounded prisoner of war September 30th, 1918, now officially reported to have died after operation October 7th, 1918 in German field hospital at Le Cateau, J. P. Robinson (Percy), stretcher bearer, 6th Batt. Leicesters, the beloved only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robinson, 5 Plantagenet-street.” Above obituary courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918
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