WW1 - Surnames starting with the letter J. 

Ernest Jones

Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:22nd POW Coy
Name of Rgt or Ship:Labour Corps
How Died:Died
Country of burial:FranceGrave Photo:Yes
Cemetery or Memorial:St. Sever Cem. Ext. Rouen
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born during either the June quarter or the September quarter 1892 in the
Altrincham R.D. - refs: 8a/186 or 8a/200, the son of Arthur Edwin &
Elizabeth Jones (nee Wadsworth).

1901 Census - 16 Whitby Road, Rusholme, Manchester.   Son - aged: 8 - born:
Brooklands, Sale.   Head of household - Arthur E. Jones - Married - aged:
30 - occ: Brewer's Traveller - born: U.S.A. (British Citizen).    Also -
Elizabeth Jones - Wife - aged: 26 - born: Manchester.   Plus 1 younger
brother and 1 domestic servant.

1911 Census - 12 Beech Road, Chorlton cum Hardy, Manchester.   Son - aged:
18 - occ: Warehouseman - born: Sale.   Head of household - Arthur Edwin
Jones - Married - aged: 38 - occ: Traveller in Sundry Goods - born: U.S.A.
(British Citizen).    Also - Elizabeth Jones - Wife - aged: 35 - born:
Manchester.   Plus 2 younger brothers and 1 boarder

Formerly 236204 - 8th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own).

The 13/06/1916 edition of the local newspaper listed him as a Gunner and
reported that he had been involved in the Battle of Jutland.    A member of
the Wesleyan Mens' Bible Class.   The 16/06/1916 edition reports that he
was with the Royal Marine Artillery, serving on HMS "Superb".

CWGC - Son of Arthur Edwin and Elizabeth Jones; husband of Jessie Florence
Jones, of 19, Prince Albert St., Brighton.   Secondary Regiment: -
Transferred to the Labour Corps (611322) 22nd Prisoner of War Company. 

M.I. - A dearly loved son and husband.  Honoured and remembered always". 

Pension Records - Dependant - Widow - Jessie Florence Jones, 19 Prince
Albert Street, Brighton.  Awarded a £5 grant on the 26th October 1918 and
a weekly pension of 13/9d w.e.f. the 21st April 1919.

Memorials found on:
Sale Wesleyan
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