World War I
Albert William Taylor

Albert William Taylor was 19 when he was killed in action at the Battle of Arleux, on 28th April 1917. He was a lance corporal in the 9th Battalion The Essex Regt and is buried in Feuchy British Cemetery.
Feuchy village was captured by the 15th (Scottish) Division on 9 April 1917, lost at the end of March 1918, and retaken at the end of the following August. Feuchy British Cemetery was made by the 12th Division in April 1917, and used until March 1918. A few graves were added after the recapture of the village. The present Plot I was regrouped in 1926 to allow the construction of a railway station. The cemetery now contains 209 First World War burials. Two of the graves, destroyed by shell fire, are now represented by special memorials.
He was born and lived in Well House in Stock, and was the son of Mrs E.E. Taylor.
Alfred William Taylor is listed on the Stock Memorial but it is believed that he was actually Albert William Taylor.
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