Biography of Private Amos Stubley (9739)
3rd Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment
Died 6th June 1915


  • Name: Amos Stubley
  • Date of birth: 20th September 1891
  • Place of Birth: Baston, Lincolnshire, England
  • Date of Birth Registration: October – December 1891
  • Place of Birth Registration: Bourne, Lincolnshire, England


  • Name: None found
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  • Name: Ann Stubley
  • DOB: 1867
  • Place Of Birth: Baston, Lincolnshire, England
  • Marriage:

Siblings: (Name), (DOB), (POB)

  • Amos Stubley, 1891 Baston


  • 1901: Amos is living with his grandparents in Church Street, Baston, Lincolnshire.
  • 1911: Amos is living with his grandparents at in Church Street, Baston, Lincolnshire. The census gives him an age of 19 and he is listed as a labourer on farm.
Relatives in services

  • None found


  • No marriage for Amos has been found and because of his age we can assume that he never had the opportunity to marry.

Newspaper Mentions

  • Lincolnshire Free Press Friday 11th June 1915
    SOLDIER’S DEATH. – Amos Stubley, late of the 3rd Lincolns, died on Sunday from acute consumption of the lungs.

Military Records

Attestation Papers

  • None found

Soldier’s Died In The Great War

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Pension Records

  • Available

Effects Left To

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  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission:
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© Picture taken by South Lincolnshire War Memorials

© Picture taken by South Lincolnshire War Memorials

Military Service Timeline

  • Enlisted 15th June 1914 in London
  • Discharged 2nd June 1915 No longer physically fit for war service
  • Died 6th June 1915 in Baston, Lincolnshire of Phthisis pulmonalis age 23


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