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Richard Annenberg

Born:
1891
Died:
21 Tevet 5677 (15 January 1917)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
ANN6914
Other surname:
Ashberry
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
1891
Place of birth:
Mile End, London

Death

Date of death:
21 Tevet 5677 (15 January 1917)
Died in combat?:
Yes
Place of death:
Egypt
Cause of death:
wounds sustained in the War
Burial place:
Jerusalem War Cemetry

Places

Addresses

Parents' home:
26 Dean Road Willesden Green, London
Parents' home:
287 Green Lanes Finsbury Park, London N (1911)

Other Organisations

Name:
Jewish Lads Brigade
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Family Report

Richard Annenberg came from a relatively large family, in 1915 proud of is brother's contributions to the war H. Annenberg submitted an article to Sport' Trade Journal which was later pubblished in the Jewish Chronicle detailing the family's efforts in the war, including Richard's position as a mmotor dispatch rider.

Family

Siblings

Mark Annenberg (male)
Millicent Annenberg (female)
Leslie Annenberg (male)
Deborah Annenberg (female)
Hannah Annenberg (female)
Bernard Annenberg (male)
Jessica Annenberg (female)

Parents

Father: Israel Annenberg (male)
Parent: Leah R Annnenberg

Homefront

Occupation:
Salesman
Member of family in armed forces:
brothers

Military Record

Military service:
British Army
Military record no.:
40407
Date enlisted/conscripted:
1914
Date discharged/death:
14 January 1917
Rank at discharge/death:
Trooper
Assignments
Regiment:
City of London Yeomanry
Battalion/unit:
1st Battalion
Posting:
Palestine and Egypt in 1917 working as a motor dispatch rider

Roll of Honour

R. ANNENBERG (ASH-BERRY), 14 January 1917

Commonwealth Graves Commission

Rank:
Private
Date of Death:
15/01/1918
Age:
Regiment / service:
1st/1st, City of London Yeomanry (Rough Riders)
Cemetery:
Jerusalem War Cemetery
Grave reference:
JS. 8.
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