George Sandford COX 

12th Infantry Battalion, AIF

Private, Regimental No. 2345.

Died of Illness, 28 January 1918, Sutton Veny, Wiltshire, England.

Biographical Details

Born: abt. 1870 at Georgetown, Demerara, British Guiana.

Father: Nicholas COX,

Mother: Charlotte Bradley ?

Marital Status: Single.

Education: ?

Occupation: Sugar Planter.


Service and Enlistment Details

Enlisted on 18 August 1915 at Brisbane, QLD.

Address at Enlistment: ?.

Embarkation Details: Embarked Overseas on

5 October 1915 with 26th  Battalion,

5th  Reinforcements at Brisbane, QLD on Ship H.M.A.T. A69 "Warilda".

Cause of Death: Died of Illness on

28 January, 1918 while serving with

12th  Battalion at Sutton Veny, Wiltshire, England at the age of 46 years.

Burial place: Sutton Veny (St. John) Churchyard Cemetery, Wiltshire, England; Portion 320,

Row D, Grave No. 10.

Next of Kin:  Sister, Maud Cox, Ingleby, Thorpehamlet, Norwich, Norfolk, England.

Religion: Church of England.

Commemorative Details


Panel 65,  Australian War Memorial;


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