1918-2008: Ninety Years of Remembrance

Soldier Record

Victor Edwin Waller

Contributed by: Nigel Royce, on 2008-12-07

Victor Edwin Waller
Rank
First Name Victor Edwin
Surname Waller
Year of Birth 1895
Year of Death 1958
Regiment Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment
Place of Wartime Residence Ware, Hertfordshire

Victor Edwin's Story

Victor was my great uncle, and brother of Oscar Arthur and Nelson Baden Waller. He Joined the Herts Regiment on 6th November 1914 as Private no. 2547 and later the Bedfordshire & Herts Regiment (Territorial Forces) as Private No.265508.

He survived the war but I have no details of his service record.

I believe he may have been wounded in France in 1918, as a letter written from France by his brother Oscar on 18th November 1918 says - 'Well I'm very pleased to tell you that I found Vic on the right road and out of the danger wards. It is possible that he may be in England by now ----'

Victor died in 1958 aged 63

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