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David Goodman

Born:
1892
Died:
23 Nisan 5676 (26 April 1916)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
GOO5453
Other surname:
Goodiman
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
1892
Place of birth:
Walsall, Staffordshire

Death

Date of death:
23 Nisan 5676 (26 April 1916)
Died in combat?:
Yes
Place of death:
Flanders and France
Cause of death:
Killed in action
Burial place:
Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery at West-Vlaanderen

Places

Addresses

Parent's Home:
298 Belgrave Road, Birmingham

Other Organisations

Name:
Jewish Lads' Brigade

Synagogues

Name:
Birmingham Hebrew Congregation
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Family

Siblings

Bernard Goodman "Barnett" (male)
Jack Goodman "Jacob" (male)
Maurice Goodman (male)
George Goodman (male)
Ettie Goodman (female)
Maud Goodman (female)

Parents

Father: Lewis Goodman "Lew" (male)
Mother: Fanny Goodman (female)

Homefront

Occupation:
Former soldier. "Called to colors" at the start of the war.
Member of family in armed forces:
Two Brothers
What was the impact of this:
Bernard Goodman went missing in 1915.

Jack Goodman enlisted at the start of the war.

Military Record

Military service:
British Armed Forces
Military record no.:
51750
Date enlisted/conscripted:
04 August 1914
Date discharged/death:
26 April 1916
Rank at discharge/death:
Sergeant
Assignments
Regiment:
111th Battery
Battalion/unit:
Royal Field Artillery
Campaigns:
Aisne (19th/20th September 1914)

Armentieres (13th October 1914)

Hooge (9th August 1915)
Medals:
British War Medal (awarded Posthumously) , Victory Medal (awarded Posthumously)

Commended for distinguished conduct in the Battle of Hooge.

Roll of Honour

D. (D.C.M.) GOODMAN, 26 April 1916

Commonwealth Graves Commission

Rank:
Serjeant
Date of Death:
26/04/1916
Age:
Regiment / service:
111th Bty., Royal Field Artillery
Cemetery:
Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery
Grave reference:
I. A. 22.
Additional information:

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