1918-2008: Ninety Years of Remembrance

Soldier Record

Ralph Halton

Contributed by: Jane Halton, on 2008-11-04

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Rank
First Name Ralph
Surname Halton
Year of Birth 1893
Year of Death 1917
Regiment Scots Guards
Place of Wartime Residence Seaton Delavel, Northumberland

Ralph's Story

ralph was the youngest of 6 children, a butcher by trade,. living with his widowed mother. At 44 Hartburn Terrace Seaton Delavel. Northumberland. joined up 13/10/1916. transferred 10/8/1917. Sailed from southhampton, to le Harve France. Joined his battallion on 21/8/1917. killed in action at Passhendaele, 12/october 1917. Missing. Aged 24. Memorial at tyne Cot panel 10. He was awarded the British medal and the victory Medal, which his mother Mary Halton signed for January 1918.

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