Reginald Gunter

Reginald was born in 1895, at Worcester, the son of Alice Gunter and Charles Gunter. The 1911 census showed Reginald living at The Birches, Penallt. Reginald is listed as being a “houseboy”.

Reginald Gunter was listed on December 29th 1916, as having joined 122nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery in “D” Battery. Enlisting at Hereford town, he became W/1616 (or possibly W/16161) Driver Reginald Charles Gunter. He entered the theatre of war on 24th December 1915, and was killed in action 16th August 1917.

He served in France and Flanders. His medal entitlement was the British War Medal, British Victory Medal and the 1915 Star. He was buried at Bard Cottage Cemetery, Ieper, Belgium.

See also the description within In Memoriam