This name is on the St Mark's War Memorial, Kennington Oval, London SW9
A. L. Jenner
(Alfred Lawrence Jenner)
(Jenner, Alfred Lawrence)
Service no 9072
Private, Honourable Artillery Company, 1st Battalion
Died of pneumonia on 11 March 1917, aged 19
CWGC: "Son of Ada Beatrice Jenner, of "Hempstead," 109, Clapham Road, London, and the late Alfred Jenner."
Remembered at Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France and at St Mark's Church
Information from the 1911 census
In 1911 Alfred Lawrence Jenner, then aged 13, lived at 109 Clapham Road, London with his widowed mother, Ada Beatrice Jenner, 37, who was born in Lambeth, and sister Nora Hope Jenner, 11. Both Alfred and Nora were born in Brixton. Daisy Agnes Gillet, 22, a general cook, born in Clapham, and Maud Alice Neal, 17, a housemaid born in Walworth, lived with the family. The household had 9 rooms.
British Army Service records