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Private George Stevenson JOHNSON

Northamptonshire Yeomanry
3rd Battalion, Cheshire Regiment 40169

George was born on 14 January 1887 in Guilsborough, the son of blacksmith William Johnson and his wife Mary. The family consisted of six children, three sons and three daughters. George became a baker, left Guilsborough and went to the nearby village of Spratton to work for his uncle Albert Green, who was the licensee of The King’s Head in Station Road (now Brixworth Road). His brother Albert also went to work in Spratton.  Both George and Albert served in the First World War.

George joined the Northamptonshire Yeomanry as his brother had done and when he was called up he joined the 3rd Battalion, Cheshire Regiment. This was a Reserve Regiment and stayed in this country for the duration of the war. George returned to Northamptonshire and married a girl from Kettering. He died in Kettering in June 1981 aged 94.

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Where he lived in Spratton

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The King’s Head, Spratton
The King’s Head, Spratton
The King’s Head, Spratton
The King’s Head, Spratton

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