Royal Artillery. 19 October 1917

Charles Kimberley was the second son of John Kimberley of 53 Enville Street, Stourbridge. He worked as a baker and confectioner for Ernest Cook of Worcester Street. He enlisted in the Royal Field Artillery as a driver and was sent to B Battery of 150th Brigade. They were attached to the 30th Division which came into the front line for the Third Battle of Ypres. Driver Charles Kimberley was wounded, probably near Poelcapelle, and taken to a Casualty Clearing Station. He died of wounds on the 19th October and was buried at Canada Farm Cemetery (III D 45). He was 28 years of age and commemorated on the Stourbridge and St. Thomas's church Memorials.

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Stourbridge Mary Stevens Park

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Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge, West Midlands, United Kingdom

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