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World War One - Roll of Honour


George Herbert Curd Snr.
aka George Curd


1877 Paddockwood

Service No.



East Kent Regiment
125th Labour Company, Labour Corps

Military Notes:

His son believes that both George Herbet Curd and his son GH Curd Jnr. received injuries and were gassed during their WW1 service. 

Family Notes:

Husband of (1) Flora Josephine Curd (nee Sellen d.1926 buried at Hastingleigh)
Father  of Ivy Gertrude Curd and
George Herbert Curd Jnr. [also on the Roll of Honour]
1901 address:Evington Lees, Elmsted, Kent.
1911 address:Evington Lees, Elmsted, Kent.

1918 Absent Voters List for East Ashford Registration District, has him registered as living in Elmleigh, Hastingleigh

Husband of (2) Winifred May Curd (nee Sellen)
Father of Edna Georgina May Curd
Anthony Bernard Curd and Rosemary Curd

GH Curd Snr. medals were donated by his son, to the Buffs museum Canterbury.

Civilian Occupation:

Lived at Elmleigh, Hastingleigh
1901 Grocer's Assistant
1911 Grocer's and Draper's Assistant
[at Tappenden's Stores Hastingleigh]
1928-1949 the proprietor of Penham's Store 
[Grocer's and Draper's in Newnham]


1. Flora Josephine Sellen m. 1899 Faversham RD
2. Winifred May Sellen m.1931 Faversham RD


17 March 1949 Sittingbourne RD

Is listed on the WW1 Honour Roll in Hastingleigh Church


Army Medal Index Card for George Curd.


[ page updated 26 Jun 2011 from information supplied by his son A. B. Curd ]