Served with: 1st Battalion the Kings (Liverpool) Regiment Died: 17th February 1917 Burial Ground / Memorial: AVELUY COMMUNAL CEMETERY & EXTENSION, THE SOMME

Eldest and third son of Mary and Charles to be killed in the Great War, he was 36 years old and most probably died of his wounds/injuries on the 17th February 1917, he is buried in Aveluy Communal Cemetery & Extension the Somme. His name is honoured at Maghull Civic Memorial. St Andrew’s church memorial, St Andrew’s school Maghull. Charles for a time lived at Nook Cottage, Taylor’s Lane Maghull, and it was at this address that his widow Mary Agnes continued to live when she re-married and became Mrs Grayson.