WW1 Project Percy WOODMAN <BACK





Warnham Address
Goose Green
Date & Place of Birth
2nd Jan 1899 Warnham
Occupation

Enlisted

Regiment(s)
2/7th Bn (TF) Royal Warwickshire Regiment
Rank
Private
Regimental No(s)
26599
Service Record
France & Flanders
Died of wounds
Awards
Victory medal, British War Medal
Died
5th Sep 1918, buried Warnham
Source(s)
War Memorial, Medal card, CWGC
Notes
Warnham Warbler article - Nov 2011 - by Sue Overton
Another village choirboy said to be 'a good, quiet lad' was Private Percy Woodman who was 19 when, on 5 September 1918 he died in a Lincoln Hospital of the painful effects of gas received in action on the Western Front. He was the youngest son of George Woodman, a road foreman who lived at Goose Green with his wife Ellen.