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Ernest and Henry Wort

Ernest and Henry Wort were brothers.

Ernest Alfred Henry Wort

Private 5502538 7th Battalion Hampshire Regiment
Died 6 November 1944 aged 30
Remembered on Ash War Memorial
Buried in Ash Cemetery (J534)

Ernest Wort was the husband of Rose Wort. The 1939 electoral register records Ernest Alfred Henry and Rose Lilian Violet Wort living at 12 Princes Avenue Tongham.

Frederick Wort

Frederick Wort Lance Corporal 5499874 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment
Died 8 February 1945 aged 24
Remembered on Ash War Memorial
Buried in Taukkyan War Cemetery Myanmar, Burma
Remembered on the gravestone of his brother in Ash Cemetery

[George Edwin] Frederick Wort was the husband of Jane Wort.

Ernest and George were brothers. Their parents were George and Alice Wort of Ash. George Henry and Alice Jane Wort are recorded as living in 18 Council Houses, Shawfield Road in the 1939 electoral register. Ernest (date of birth 29/1/1914) and Frederick (date of birth 11/1/1920) attended Heathcote School, for less than two months, in 1927, when they lived in The Laurels Wharf Road. They had previously attended West Street School Farnham. They were admitted to Ash Walsh School 9 January 1928 when they were living at Ebernon Star Lane, and stayed there until they were of leaving age in 1928 and 1934.

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