Major George Lefroy Battersby, 2/6th (Carnarvonshire & Anglesey) Battalion TF, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Employed with Labour Corps.


He has a CWGC grave, but I am not sure that he was serving when he died. But if he had left the army he should not have had a CWGC grave with a pnuemonia death

1863 born


1902 married in Dublin

1908 Apr 1. 6th (Caernarvonshire and Anglesey) Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers; the undermentioned officers, from the 3rd Volunteer Battalion, The Royal Welsh Fusiliers, are appointed to the battalion with rank and precedence as in the Volunteer Force. — Lieutenant George Lefroy Battersby

1911 census at 9 Sandford Road, Rathmines


1913 Jun 2. Lieutenant  George  L. Battersby  to  be Captain.

1915 Aug 6,Captain G. L. Battersby to be temporary Major. 

1917 May 11. Labour Corps.Maj. G. L. Battersby (T.F. Res.) is the Corps.

1916 Jun 9. Capt. (temp. Maj.) G. L. Battersby to be Maj.

1916 Nov 9. Maj. G. L. Battersby from  Royal Welsh Fus., to be Maj. 

1917 May 11. Labour Corps: Maj. G. L. Battersby (T.F.  Res) is apptd to the Corps.  Aged 54

1919 Oct 29 died of pneumonia


British Soldiers died in Ireland