Malvern College First World War Casualty

Lieutenant Edward Derek Courtney

Photo of Edward Derek Courtney
House and time at Malvern: Day, 1910 - 1910.

Regiment: Army Service Corps.
Died: 09 August 1918 aged 23 in France. Died on active service.
Battle: Hundred Days Allied Offensive. Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery XXVIII O 7

Born: August 31st 1895, 11 Belgrave Gardens, Hougham, Kent.
Father: Colonel Edward Arthur Waldegrave Courtney C.M.G., C.B.E (late Lancashire Fusiliers and Royal Army Service Corps).
Mother: Hilda Maria Courtney formerly Chapman.
Upper IV.
Great War, 2nd Lieutenant A.S.C. 1915; Lieutenant. G.H.Q. Troops Supply Col. 55th Coy. Army Service Corps.

8th November 1916, admitted to Stationary hospital, Boulogne with furunculosis (boils).
Died from dysentery at 46th Stationary Hospital Etaples on 9th August 1918.

Service record:WO 339/44431
Medal card: WO 372/5/46205