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Daniels, A.V., Pte., 1918
In Les Baraques Military Cemetery, Sangatte, is the Commonwealth War Grave of 30056 Private Albert Victor Daniels, serving with the East Yorkshire Regiment who died 01/12/1918.

W. Bro. Revd. David T. Youngson, PPAG Chaplain, Northumberland, offers the following:

The information given below in respect of some of the brethren is the best possible conclusions from Lodge records, Grand Lodge records & Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

2418 Hedworth Lodge
Year of Warrant 1891
Freemasons Hall Ingram Street South Shields

30056 Private DANIELS Albert Victor
East Yorkshire Regiment 1st Battalion

The son of Albert Victor and Mary Elizabeth Daniels of South Shields. A School Master, he was Initiated on the 18th March 1913; Passed 29th January 1914 and Raised on the 4th March 1914. He died on the 1st December 1918 aged 28 and is buried in Les Baraques Military Cemetery, Sangatte, France, Grave Reference VII.B.2.

He was the organist at St. Simon's church.

Private Albert Victor Daniels is in the Roll of Honour in the Freemasonsí Hall, London County Durham Notes, Teachers who Fell, Teachers who served and is remembered at Harton on H104.03, at South Shields on S86.20, S86.022 and S86.039


South Shields Grammar School
The CWGC entry for Private Daniels

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