JOSEPH WEAVER 

Rank: Lance Corporal
Service Number: 242497.
Regiment: 2/4th Bn. South Lancashire Regiment Died of wounds Thursday 13th June 1918 Age 31County Memorial Chester
Commemorated\Buried CHESTER (OVERLEIGH) CEMETERY
Grave\Panel Ref: 4429.
United Kingdom

2nd/4th Bn South Lancashire Regiment. Died aged 31 on 13th June 1918.

Son of William and Martha Weaver of Chester, husband of Daisy Alice Weaver of 39 Suffolk Street, Chester. Brother of William Henry Weaver, made Freeman of Chester in 1909, and Sarah A.Weaver. The 1901 Census shows him as a ‘Seedsman’s Clerk’. He worked on the railways as a clerk, and is included on a memorial plaque for railway employees killed in the First World War in the Albion Public House near the Newgate.

Buried at Overleigh Cemetery, Chester.

Made free January 16th 1909 by birth – profession shown as Ironmonger.


Cheshire County Memorial Project would like to thank Chris Pate for this information on Joseph.