Reginald Horace Harvey

Reginald Horace Harvey born 31st March 1895 and baptized 11th August 1895 St Philemon’s Church Toxteth Park Liverpool. Father Frederick a hairdresser and mother Jane living at 200 Windsor Street Toxteth Park.

Private Reginald Horace Harvey in 1911 age 15 and is employed as a hairdresser the same as Father Frederick, Mother is Jane and in 1911 is living with sisters Ethel May aged 20, Hilda Winifred aged 20, Doris Olga aged 13. Family is living at 200 Windsor Street Liverpool (Toxteth Park)

The following information and photo is from The Joe Devereux database of the Kings Liverpool Regiment at the museum of Liverpool at pierhead.

Private Reginald Horace Harvey enlisted Whit 1916 in the 17th Liverpool Pals at Knowsley

Reginald worked for a Mr A J Grace of Garston as a Hairdresser

According to the Commonwealth War Graves record Mother and Father are living at 58 Allerton Rd Woolton.

Reginald wounded in May 1916 and was buried by 2 tons of following a shell explosion.

Private Reginal Horace Harvey Served in the 17th Kings Liverpool Regiment serial 29623 died 4th August 1917.

Reginald Horace Harvey
Grave of R H Harvey

Private Reginal Horace Harvey is remembered with Honour Poelcapelle British Cemertery