Private George Phillips born in Tuebrook in 1901 living with father Thomas a stone Quarryman mother Sarah and brother s Frederick age 16, Thomas age 8, William age 2, and sisters Mary 12, Sarah A age 10, family living 42 Gladstone St Woolton.
Thomas Phillips age 45 a widower married Eleanor Phillips nee Richardson a widow aged 33 on 20th January 1906 at St Peters Church Woolton Eleanor Stepmother to George, and George’s siblings.
George in 1911 aged 15 and living with Father Thomas a Stone Quarry man and stepmother Eleanor brothers Thomas aged 17, William aged 13, Edwin aged 3, Arthur 1 week old, and sister Daisy aged 1. Living at 42 Gladstone St Woolton.
According to George Phillips Pension Record. George died of dysentery and Heart Disease he was a prisoner of war in Germany. George’s pension given to Stepmother Eleanor
From database Soldiers Who died in the Great War 1914 – 1919 originally Private George Phillips served in Kings Liverpool Regiment serial number 84540. and transferred and served in 34 Bn Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) and serial 115767 and died 6th November 1918 aged 25
Private George Phillips is Remembered with Honour Berlin South-West Cemertery Stahnsdorf Germany