World War I
Charles Evans

Charles was a sejeant in the Royal Garrison Artillery 326th Siege Bty. and was killed 8th Feb 1917 aged 28.
His niece contacted us saying that he returned for duty in the Eastern Mediterranean and whilst in the UK, under canvas he caught flu and died a as result.

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Charles is buried in Tilstock Churchyard, in Shropshire. He was the son of Henry and Ann Evans who were the teachers at the National School here in Stock.
According to the 1901 Census, they all lived in the School House which is opposite Bellmans Farm. There were six children, Frank A (15) and listed as a school teacher, Kate (13), Charles (12), Harry (9), Jessie (7), Hubert (3). Henry came fro Heanor in Derbyshire, Ann from a little village Smalley also in Derbyshire, Frank was born in Long Eaton Derbyshire. Kate, Charles and Harry were born in Stamford Bridge near York,and Jessie and Hubert South Hill Cornwall.
I had an email from Charles Evans niece who thinks that Charles Geoffrey Evans and Charles Evans were one of the same. Can anyone confirm this?
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