WW1 - Surnames starting with the letter B. 

Sidney Ivor Bailey

Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:174th Bde (\'B\' Bty)
Name of Rgt or Ship:Royal Field Artillery
How Died:Died of Wounds
Country of burial:FranceGrave Photo:Yes
Cemetery or Memorial:Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extention
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born Sidney Iver Bailey during the March quarter 1886 in the Ringwood R.D.
- ref: 2b/713, the son of Job & Sophia Bailey.

1891 Census - "Pimpern Cottage", 3 Spring Road, Christchurch, Hampshire.  
Son - aged: 5 - Scholar - born: Ringwood, Hampshire.   Head of household -
Not at home.   Also - Sophia Bailey - Wife - aged: 45 - born: Dorset.  
Plus 3 elder siblings born in Dorset, 1 younger brother and 1 boarder.  
His father - Job Bailey was residing at Verwood Road, Ringwood, Hampshire -
Head of household - Married - aged: 51 - occ: Agricultural Labourer - born:

1901 Census - "Pottern Cottage" (part of Pottern Farm), Potherne, Verwood,
Wimbourne, Dorset.   Brother - aged: 15 - occ: Cowman on Farm - born:
Ringwood, Hampshire.   Residing with his 33 year old brother - Walter c.
Bailey and his wife and family.     His parents and 2 siblings were
residing at Mannington Three Cross, Holt, Wimborne, Dorset.   His father
was a 61 year old Agricultural Labourer and his mother aged: 55.

His father - Job Bailey died in 1908, aged: 68.

1911 Census - 'O' Battery, Royal Horse Artillery, Bangladore, India. 
Listed as Ivor Bailey - aged: 25 - Bombardier - born: Ringwood, Hampshire.
His widowed mother - aged: 65 was residing with his youngest brother -
Percy at Three Cross, Wimborne, Dorset where she was born.

Married Mary Kennedy during the June quarter 1917 in the Bucklow R.D. -
ref: 8a/349.  Post War (at least), Mary, also called MAY, resided at 14
Grange Road, Ashton upon Mersey.

SDGW gives his name as Ivor Bailey.

French M.I. - In loving memory of my dear husband.  Ever remembered by his
loving wife May".

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