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|D.O.B.||28/9/1869 in Tupton|
|Address||150, Chatsworth Road, Brampton in 1911.|
|Date & place of death/details||6/5/1920 age 50
Died at Glossop Hospital, Derbyshire
|Regiment & Unit||Yorks & Lancs (1890's South Africa Campaign) Service No. 2611|
|Married? Children?||Married to Elizabeth
1 daughter - Doris
|Derbyshire Times Obituary?|
|Parents names||Mr John & Mrs Hannah Ewing|
|Parents address||Queen Victoria Road in 1901|
|Grave location or memoria location||Spital Cemetery, Chesterfield|
|Any other information?||After checking all
available records Alfred Ewing is beleived to be
the soldier on Tupton's Memorial. It has not
been possible to his WW! service records at
By 1911 he had been widowed.
Following his death in 1920 he left £52 5s & 6d to his daughter Doris.
Tupton's Memorial was not errected until 1921, and his brother still lived in the village. He may have been included due to his previous military service.