Roll of Honour

Private Walter Walduck

Linked to: Bicester

Service Number: 3820

Regiment: Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (4th)

Conflict: World War One

Date of Death: 4th August 1916

Age at Death: 47

Burial/Memorial Location: Bicester Cemetery, Oxfordshire, UK

Address: 2 St John's Court, Bicester

Husband of A E Walduck, of 2 St John's Court, Bicester.

"The death of Mr Walter Walduck, late private in the O.B.L.I., took place at St. John’s-street, on Aug. 4. Upon the National Reserve being called up he was the first local member to leave the town, which he did on Oct 12; but he was discharged on July 20 this year, physically unfit for further service. His death took place from an internal malady.
The funeral on Monday, was conducted by the Rev. W. O’Reilly, and among the followers were Capt. Fane, Sergt. Major T. Woods, and Mr J. Butler, representing the National Reserve. He leaves a widow and nine children, one of whom is serving in the Army." Bicester Herald 11/08/1916