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Gunner Albert Snoxell, 286028, 65th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, died in Flanders on December 15th, 1917, from gunshot wounds. He was aged 36.
He had previously served 12 years in the Regular Army, joining the R.G.A. in January 1902. He served eight years with the Colours and four years with the Reserve, to which he was called up again on July 20th, 1917. He was drafted to France on November 9th and met his death after only five weeks.
Previous to call-up, Charles, who lived at 37 Dudley Street, Luton, was a porter at the Great Northern Railway goods depot. At the time of the 1911 Census he was living with a widowed aunt, Agnes Jones, at 22a Edward Street, Luton.