Alfred Ernest (Edward) POMEROY
Alfred was born in 1890 in Norwich, Norfolk, the son of Frank Pomeroy, a manager, and Annie (nee Crozier). In the 1911 census Alfred is listed as a cook.
[Soldiers Died in the Great War, 1914-1919]
Alfred is one of three soldiers listed as dying in East
Dereham, Norfolk on the September 8th 1915. The commander of a
Zeppelin (L14 ) jetisoned its bombs over the town because of engine
problems before returning for home. It was one of four Zeppelins, three
which were directed against London and one against an ironworks at
In Memory of
[Note - CWGC has his second initial as F. which is incorrect,
should be E.]
Note - Pomeroy was at some stage was either transferred or
seconded to or from the 25th County of London Cyclist Battalion
Photo courtesy of Leo Reynolds.
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