Alfred J Phillips

(c 1898-1919)
FatherWilliam Phillips
MotherCatherine "Kate" Sackett (1870-)
Alfred J Phillips, son of William Phillips and Catherine "Kate" Sackett, was born in Falmouth, CornwallG, in about 1898. He died aged 20 in Namur, BelgiumG, on 21 March 1919. He is commemorated on the family gravestone in Teignmouth Cemetery, DevonG.1
     In 1901 Alfred was living at 1 Ingestre Street, Harwich, EssexG, in the household of his parents William and Catherine, and was recorded in the census as Alfred J Phillips, aged two and born in Falmouth.2
Alfred J Phillips (c1898–1919), Teignmouth Cemetery, Devon
(Src: Find A Grave, sprayerman)

 Notes & Citations

  1. Find a Grave, "In Loving Memory of Eliza Sackett, the beloved wife of Alfred Sackett, died January 2nd 1916, aged 70. Also Alfred Sackett, the beloved husband of Eliza Sackett, died April 6th 1931, aged 88. Also their beloved sons, who were drowned at sea September 14th 1900; Benjamin, aged 23; Jeremiah, aged 19. Also their son Richard Sackett, killed in action October 5th 1917, aged 27. Also their grandson Alfred J Phillips who died at Namur, Belgium, March 21st 1919, aged 20. In God's keeping."
  2. 1901 England census
    RG13, piece 1699, folio 24, p. 40
    1 Ingestre St, Harwich, Essex
    William Phillips, head, married, 29, petty officer RN, b. Devon, Ashdown
    Catherine Phillips, wife, 30, b. Devon, Teignmouth
    Alfred J Phillips, son, 2, b. Cornwall, Falmouth.
Sackett line9th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
Last Edited30 Jan 2019

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