Dedicated to the memory of all the men and women of the Bridgnorth area who died during the two World Wars.
The only Private W Hunter listed in Wood: The History of the King's Shropshire Light Infantry in the Great War is William Hunter, born Kendal, Westmorland. I have not yet found any connection to Claverley.
He is possibly the William Hunter, born Kendal c. 1878 working as a domestic coachman in Ross, Herefordshire, in 1911. Maybe he had worked for one of the estates in Claverley parish (or was a relation of someone else who did.)
Private William Hunter, 25074, KSLI, enlisted at Dolgelly and served in the 1st Battalion. He was killed in action on 16th October, 1917 - on which day the enemy 'attempted a raid on 'A' Company' [Wood p.44]. He is buried in Loos British Cemetery.
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