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Arthur Thomas Fullick

Rank: 1896-?

Arthur Thomas Fullick was the younger brother of Alfred Percy Fullick who is commemorated on the Hampton Wick War Memorial. Arthur was born in 1896 and also joined the army.

He enlisted on 29 September 1915 at Wimbledon. His burnt Service Record is kept at the National Archives. By this date the family home was 3 High Street Hampton Wick which was the address given for both Arthur and his father Alfred whom he nominated as his next of kin. Ironworker Arthur joined the 190th (Wimbledon) Brigade of the Royal Engineers. However, at some point he transferred to the Royal Field Artillery. He was discharged from the army on 17 July 1917 with good character. He appears to have suffered a gun shot wound to his right forearm, receiving a war pension of 13s 9d per week for an initial period of twenty two weeks to be reviewed thereafter. By the date of his discharge the Fullick family had moved to 96 High Street Hampton Wick.

The first phase of this Project is to gather information about the men commemorated on the Hampton Wick War Memorial who fought in the Great War, also known as World War I, WWI or the First World War.

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