Born: 22nd March 1892, 88, Whitehouse Lane, Stepney, London.
Baptised: 5th April 1892, at St. Matthew’s Stepney, parnets: Ellen Ada & Robert Quinton – Dairyman.
Died: 24th June 1918; age 26; of Disease at No. 53 General Hospital.
Residence: 20, Bradley Street, Ipswich.
Enlistment Date: 2nd January 1911.
Date of Entry Therein: 5th August 1914.
Rank: Air Mechanic 2nd Class; Service Number: 99609
Regiment: R.A.F. 1st Aeroplane Supply Depot, Repair Park.
Formerly 63400; Driver, 7th Battalion, R.H.A.
Medals Awarded: Victory, British War & 1914 Star.
Pas de Calais,
Relatives Notified & Address: Son of Mrs E.A. Quinton, of 20, Bradley Street, Stoke, Ipswich.
1901 42, Rope Walk, Ipswich.
George was 9 years old and living with his parents & siblings.
Robert Quinton, 40, a Foundry Labourer – Iron, born Ipswich.
Ellen Ada Quinton (nee Theedam), born East Horpe Green, Essex.
Elizabeth Caroline Quinton, 15, a Cigar Maker, born London.
Ethel May Quinton, 14, a Box Maker, born London.
Edith Emily Quinton, 12, born London.
Stanley Harold Quinton, 6, born London.
Charles Henry Quinton, 3, born London.
Lilian May Quinton, 1, born 12, Garden Street, Stepney.
On the18th February 1917, at All Saint’s, St. John’s Wood, Marylebone, George married Mabel Clarke (nee Southwood), born 1895. At the time of his marriage George was a Soldier at St. John’s Wood Barracks.
Soldiers’ Effects to Mabel Quinton – widow.
George is also remembered on the war memorial at St. Mary at Stoke Church, Ipswich.