Herbert is remembered on the war memorial at St. Helen’s Church, Ipswich.
Born: 1889, Wandsworth, London.
Baptised: 22nd September 1889, at St. Stephen’s Church, Clapham Park, Wandsworth. Parents: Fanny & Frederick Milton, a Police Constable, of 8, Elizabeth Place, Wandsworth.
Died: 29th November 1917; age: 28; KiA.
Residence: Wandsworth, London.
Enlistment Location: Wandsworth, London.
Rank: Private; Service Number: 514065.
Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps, 63rd Casualty Clearing Station.
Relatives Notified & Address: Son of Fred & Fanny Milton, of Ringford Road, Wandsworth, London; husband of Margaret A. Milton, of 56, Belle Vue Road, Ipswich.
1891 8, Elizabeth Place, St. Stephen’s, Wandsworth, London.
Herbert was a year old and living with his parents & siblings.
Frederick Milton, 46, a Police Constable, born Wootton, Bedfordshire.
Fanny Milton (nee Hiam (1st marriage Davis)), born Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire.
Annie Milton, 14, born Putney, London.
Fanny Milton, 12, born Wandsworth.
Frederick George Milton, 10, born Wandsworth.
Lilian Milton, 4, born Wandsworth.
1901 15, Ringford Road, Wandsworth, London.
Herbert was 11 years old and living with his parents & siblings.
Frederick, 56, a Pensioned Policeman.
Annie, 24, a Machinist.
Ada, 24, a dressmaker.
Fanny, 22, a Dressmaker.
Frederick, 20, a Carpenter.
Lilian, 14, a Draper’s Assistant.
In 1916, Ipswich, Herbert married Margaret Annie Chinery, born 1889, Ipswich, of 56, Belle Vue Road, Ipswich. A Music Teacher – own account.
Soldiers’ Effects to Margaret Milton – widow.
Herbert is remembered on the war memorial at St. Helen’s Church, Ipswich. He is also remembered on the headstone of his sister, Annie Milton – 1901, his mother, Fanny – 1918 and father, Frederick – 1920 at Wandsworth Cemetery.