Arthur Henry England was born in Mitchel Troy in 1885, the son of Edwin and Mary England. The 1911 census shows he had moved to Chapel Farm in Penallt and was working as a Farmer. Arthur Henry enlisted on 16th November 1914. In November 1914 he is in the Welsh Transport Section. By December 29th 1916, he was in “C” Squadron, The Army Service Corps 2nd Remount Depot. It is not known what theatre of war he served in. His medal entitlement was the British War medal and the Victory medal, but not the 1915 star.
Arthur’s medal index card shows that he was discharged 5th September 1917 as suffering from sickness. This does not specify what sickness, but presumably he was wounded and his health became worse. His medal index card shows he was discharged under Kings Regulations Para 392 (xvi), indicating he was no longer physically fit for service. He was awarded the Silver War Badge No.235794.
Arthur died 8th January 1918, at home, aged 32 years and was buried in Penallt Churchyard on 18th January 1918.
See also the description within In Memoriam