T. W. Rudge
Service no. S/6582
Private, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), 7th Battalion
Killed in action on 18 November 1916, aged about 28
Born in Stockwell; enlisted in Maidstone
Remembered at St Andrew’s Church, Landor Road, London SW9
This name is not on the CWGC database.
Information from the 1911 census
Brewer’s labourer Thomas William Rudge, 23, lived at 8 Eastcote Street, Stockwell (it runs behind the Stockwell YMCA), where his family had four rooms. His widowed father, Daniel Rudge, 59, from Dedham, Essex, was a pipe joiner for the Metropolitan Water Board. There were three siblings: Annie Isabel Rudge, 26, at home; Thomas William Rudge; Arthur Ernest Rudge, 19, a railway porter; Percy Rudge, 16, a bookstall boy for Willings Ltd. Annie was born in Clapham, Thomas and Arthur in Battersea; and Percy in Stockwell.