Born: 1893, Wherstead, Suffolk.
Died: 9th April 1915; age:22; Died as a German Prisoner of War at Hainin.
Residence: 21, Pearce Road, Ipswich.
Occupation: Bolt & Rivett Driller – Iron Foundry.
Enlistment Details: Location: Ipswich; Date: 30th August 1911.
Date of Entry Therein: 15th August 1914.
Rank: Corporal; Service Number: 8302
Regiment: Suffolk Regiment, 2nd Battalion.
Medals Awarded: Victory, British War & 1914 Star + Clasp.
1901 8, White Elm Street, Ipswich.
George was 7 years old and living with his parents & siblings.
Alfred Page, 44, a Railway Engine Driver, born Newbourn, Suffolk.
Eleanor Ann Page (nee Miller), 40, born Devonport, Devonshire.
Violet Annie Page, 9, born Ipswich.
Florence A. Page, 5, born Ipswich.
Edith Rose Page, 2, born Ipswich.
Ethel Maud Page, 7 months, born Ipswich.
1911 Depot Suffolk Regiment, Out Risbygate, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.
George was 17 years old, a Soldier ranked Private for the 3rd Battalion of the Suffolk Regiment. Occupation – Bolt & Rivett Driller – Iron Foundry.
George’s sister, Ada Constance Page, born 1889, Ipswich – died 1899, Devonport, Devonshire.
Soldiers’ Effects to Alfred Miller – father.
East Anglian Daily Times – 27th November 1908 – SOILING A SHELTER – At the Ipswich Police Court, Percy Abbott, and Albert Berry, of Fore Hamlet; Frederick Bugg, of Cavendish Street; and George Page of White Elm Street; were before the Mayor (F.C. Ward, Esq.), S.R. Anness, Esq., W.O. White, Esq., W. Alexander, Esq., and R.D. Fraser, Esq., charged with soiling a shelter in Alexandra Park. Mr. A. Moffat prosecuted, and Partridge (the Park-keeper) stated that the boys were throwing grass and mud at the shelter, some of them attacking and some of them defending. They all ran away on seeing him, and he gave chase and captured George Page, who, however, gave a wrong name and address. The other boys subsequently gave themselves up. The boys were fined 2s. 6d. each – George was charged 5s.
Suffolk Regiment, 2nd Battalion: