|Sherwood Foresters (Notts and DerbyRegiment)||87214|
|South Staffordshire Regiment||39128|
|(Royal) Army Service Corps||S/443029|
John enlisted in May 1916 aged eighteen. During 1918 received a gunshot wound to his right thigh and was discharged in 1919. After demob he settled in Stonebroom where he worked as a railway clerk. He married married Doris E Whetton in 1921 June qtr (Chesterfield reg district).
Medal Roll Index Card
He was awarded the Victory and British War medals.
Three regiments were listed: South Staffordshire, Army Service Corps and the Royal Army Service Corps.
Silver War Badge
S/443029 Private LEE, John William RASC; badge B176250; enlisted 25/05/16; discharged 28/02/19 of wounds; served abroad
John enlisted on 26 May 1916 aged 18 years, a clerk living at Crich Carr. His height was 5ft 7¾in and he weighed 128lb. In April 1918 he suffered a gun shot wound to his right thigh and he was discharged on 28 February 1919 with a 50% disability allowance.
1901: Crich Carr
|John A||Lee||Head||28||Platelayer labourer||Crich|
|John Albert||Lee||Head||38||Railway ganger||Crich|
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1939 Register: Wylam House, Stonebroom
John W Lee b.11 March 1898; railway clery
Doris E Lee b.28 August 1897
Terence G Lee b.11 August 1924; motor body builders assistant