CHARLES WILLIAM BUGG

Born: 23rd June 1894, Colchester, Essex.

Died: 18th December 1942; age: 48, at Royal Naval Hospital, Haslar, Hampshire – Gastric Ulcer, Haemorrhage & Broncho Pneumonia.

Enlistment Location: Chatham; Date: 19th August 1912; Occupation: Nursery Labourer. Height 5ft 4ins, fair complexion, blue eyes & brown hair.

Service:

Pembroke II – Stoker II – 19th August 1912 – 12th January 1913

Tyne – Stoker II – 13th January 1913 – 30th April 1913

Pomone – Stoker II – 1st May 1913 – 30th June 1913

Tyne – Stoker II – 1st July 1913

Tyne – Stoker I – 19th August 1913 – 5th December 1913

Pembroke II – Stoker I – 6th December 1913 – 25th April 1914

Blenheim – Stoker I – 26th April 194 – 3oth June 1917

Comet – Stoker I – 1st July 1917 – 31st August 1917

Usk – Stoker I – 1st September 1917 – 8th September 1917

Pembroke II – Stoker I – 9th September

Pembroke II – Leading Stoker – 23rd March 1918 – 21st June 1918

Superb – Leading Stoker – 22nd June 1918 – 6th October 1918

Dolphin (C20) – Leading Stoker – 7th October 1918

Dolphin – Stoker I – 9th October 1918 – 31st December 1918

Dolphin – Stoker I – 1st January 1919 – 11th March 1919

Shore – Joined Royal Fleet Reserve – 12th March 1919.

Victory II – Stoker I – 9th April 1921 – 10th June 1921

 

Rank: Stoker 2nd Class; Service Number: C/KX 98696.

Regiment: Royal Navy, H.M.S. ‘Northray II’.

 

Grave Reference:

X.H.2.181.

Ipswich Old Cemetery,

Ipswich.

 

Relatives Notified & Address: Son of Charles Henry & Elizabeth Ann Bugg; husband of Beatrice May Bugg, of Ipswich.

 

CENSUS

 

1901   Spit Lane, South Weald, Essex.

 

Charles was 5 years old and living with his parents & sisters.

Charles Henry Bugg, 42, a Gardener – domestic, born Hawstead, Suffolk.

Elizabeth Ann Bugg (nee Abrey), 41, born Shenfield, Essex.

Violet Elizabeth Mary Bugg, 4, born St. Helier, Jersey.

Rose Frances Bugg, 3, born Stanhope Lines, Aldershot, Hampshire.

 

1911   6, North Road, Avenue, Brentwood, Essex.

 

Charles was 16 years old, a Gardener – domestic. He was living with his parents & sisters.

Charles, 52, a Jobbing Gardener – own account (Army Pensioner).

Elizabeth, 51.

Violet, 14.

Rose, 13.

 

In 1919, Ipswich, Charles married Beatrice May Brill, born September 1896, Ipswich. They had 3 children.

 

Charles is also remembered on the war memorial at St. Augustine of Hippo, Ipswich.

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