I had the pleasure of searching for two g/grandfather's of a young kingo veteran Mick BOOTH,
The first search was for ,
PTE 30505 Allan Booth 1st Battalion Kings Liverpool Regiment who was K.I.A 26/May/1916 age 27 and buried in plot A21-16 ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN
Allan was the eldest of three sons and a daughter born Dec 1887 to Allan Booth and Sarah C White in West Derby Liverpool the father Allan was born in Manchester 1867 and Sarah 1869 in Liverpool, Allan snr died 1900 and Sarah remarried a Charles Harvey young Allan married Mar 1914 to Winifred Sinnott two sons Lawrence A Booth and Stephen R Booth, he signed up 1915 and after training he went over 7/12/1915, Winifred received the sum of £3.00 war gratuity after his death, 2nd division work in progress.
The 2nd Great grandfather was:
PTE 75699 Andrew Murren The King's Liverpool Regiment, and Labour Corps 51299 Andrew went over some time in 1916 and was badly wounded in 1917 losing his left arm and leg, but this did not stop him doing what he was best at gardening, he won many a cup over the years,
work in progress Brothers of ALLAN BOOTH
Frederick Booth 1891?1963 merchant navy served in ww1 and two
Seaman John Joseph Booth 1895?1914 Royal navy
All 4 stokers died so damaged under the water line, and John J Booth's Body not recovered for Burial
John Thomas Sinnott brother to Winifred Booth born 17/Apr/1884 in Liverpool served in the Royal Navy 1902-06 as a stoker .