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Person Details



Name: Eton Wick and Boveney Eton Wick Road, Eton Wick
NIWM Ref: 7948
RBWM Ref: WM176
Name: St. John's Parishioners Roll of Honour Eton Wick Road, Eton Wick
NIWM Ref: 7949
RBWM Ref: WM175

Person Details

Date of birth: 17/11/1883
Place of birth: Eton
Gender: Male
Date of death: 30/10/1918
Place of death: Ashfold, Germany
Manner of death: Died in Prisoner of War Camp
Age at death: 34
CWGC Ref: 2912744
TWGPP Ref: 3566035
Address: Eton Little Common Common Road Eton Wick
Address: 19 King's Stables Street Windsor
Address: Oak Villas Oak Villas Boveney Eton Wick

Military details

Joined: Enlisted-Maidenhead
Military Organisation: Army
Military Unit/Group: 2nd Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment
Rank: Private
Service Number: 7570


Father Edmond QUARTERMAN
Mother Sarah Louisa QUARTERMAN

Additional information

Harry was baptised on 13th January 1884 in Eton. He was the son of Edmond and Louisa Quarterman, of Little Common, Eton Wick, Bucks. He married Julia Quarterman and they lived at various addresses, the last of which - according to Buckinghamshire Remembers - was in Hanwell.
Harry enlisted in Maidenhead with the Royal Berkshire Regiment. He became a Prisoner of War and was held prisoner at Ashfold, in Germany, The UK Army Register of Soldiers Effects gives his place of death as Germany and next of kin, his wife, Julia. He was probably wounded in action. He is remembered at Sedan (St Charles) Communal Cemetery, in France.


Detail for October 1918 when the battalion was involved in heavy action and Harry may have been wounded and taken as POW.

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