WWI Pair. Temlett. Tank Corps. Cardiff/Monmouth


Correctly named 94927 Pte AE Temlett Tank Corps

Born in Cardiff in March 1886, Albert Edward Temlett is found in 1891 to be living at 26 Prince Leopold Street in Cardiff. His father Frederick was a bookkeeper married to Sophia.

By 1911, Arthur is now living at 140 Broadway, Cardiff and earning a living as a butcher. By now his father too is working as a butcher.

In 1931, he is noted to be living at 24 Windsor road and in 1939, he seems to have moved away from the area to Blaina and is living at 3 Abertillery Road with his wife Ethel and still working as a butcher.

Albert died in Bedwellty, Monmouth in 1960.

The medals are on long original silk ribbons.

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