The War Graves of Ystradgynlais

Warren Ivor Boucher

Warren Ivor Boucher was born in Herefordshire and lived in Neath, enlisting in Herefordshire Regiment. He was killed in Turkey in 1915.

The information on Warren Ivor Boucher comes principally from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, from the Labour Voice newspaper, and the Parish Burial Register (courtesy of the Swansea Archives).

He is listed on the Ystradgynlais War Memorial as W J Boucher, but documentation shows him as W I Boucher.

NameWarren Ivor Boucher
Date of Death9th August 1915
Place of DeathPLACE
Age at Death20
Unit and RegimentHerefordshire Regiment; 1st⁄1st Bn.
RankPrivate
Service Number2026
Additional InformationAddress 8, Powell's Street, Penwyllt, Neath. Born 1898 Herefordshire
MemorialHELLES MEMORAL - TURKEY; Panel 198.
Local MemorialsYstradgynlais War Memorial
Family DetailsSon of Walter (born Hereford 1869) and Annie Boucher (born 1876 Monmouth) formerly of Monkton Bank Llanwarne Herefordshire, of 8, Powell's Street, Penwyllt, Neath
Known BrothersHarold (born 1910)
Known SistersAnnie (born 1896)
Ada (born 1897)
Agatha (born 1899)
Daisy (born 1900)
Violet (born 1903)
Mary (born 1908)


 

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