Arthur Sidney Dagger
Dagger was born kingwood, Gloucestershire and he enlisted in the HCB
giving his address as
Kettering, Northants, his age was 23. Arthur served as a Private in
the Hunts Cyclist Battalions but, sadly, very little is known about his
time with them. He was allocated the HCB number of
What is known is
that at some time, later in the war, he went overseas and then served in
the 13 (Service)
Bat. of the East Lancashire Regiment as 32575 a Private and also as
Private Labour Corps  as a Private and in the
Lincolnshire Regiment as Private 29040.
He died in the 13th (Service) Bat. East Lancs. Regiment as a Private  in that Unit on the 1 October 1918.
He was buried at
London Rifle Brigade Cemetery, Ploegstert, Comines - Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium.
Many thanks to Tony Stubbs for going to the grave and taking the photo.
His birth was registered Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter of Registration:1891 in the District of Keynsham, Gloucestershire, Somerset - Reference 5c Page: 614.
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