Charles James Piper (1896 - 1941)

Born: 1896 | Died: 1941 | Grave: O 080 | Category: Military

Artilleryman in WW2. Born in Hampstead, son of Maurice Piper, stone mason. Lived in 1901 at Campden Buildings, Holly Bush Vale; in 1911 in Gardnor Road. Married in 1922. Joined Royal Artillery, becoming Lance Bombardier; awarded the Military Medal for bravery. Died at Hampstead, leaving a wife and three children (ages 9, 15 and 18),, then living at South End Close.

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