Albert M. Waldock.

From a local paper = 9/11/1917       Pte. Bertie Waldock, of Eynesbury, Killed.     

Alas! Yet another name has been added to Eynesbury's Roll of Honour, that of Pte. Bertie Waldock, who was killed on October 26th.  He joined the Army last January on arriving at military age.  He lived with his aunt, Mrs. Reed, at Eynesbury.  He was a very nice lad, quiet, smart, and a capable assistant to Mr. Lynn, Ironmonger.  He was a member of Eynesbury Church Choir, and many friends regret his death.

He was also known as "Bertie".

9/11/1917 = Eynesbury man killed. Pte. Bertie Waldock, of Eynesbury, has been killed at the front.  

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He is remembered at the Tyne Cot CWGC Cemetery on the Ypres Salient.

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