And galleries of other Stintons who gave their lives.
Prior to the war John worked on the railways around the Worcester area,
working in the Locomotive and Carriage Dept as a labourer.
His wage rate was three shillings and four pence in December 1914, his works number was 81286.
John was one of 2,524 rail workers who gave their lives in WW1.
He also tried his hand at mining around 1911 with his friend Frank Palmer,
both Labouring below ground at McClaren colliery Abertsswg.
He was a boarder at John and Emily Lappings house in Glyn Street Abertsswg Wales.
Opening of the GWR memorial at
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