Private Felix Henry Knell, Royal Fusiliers

Private Felix Henry Knell, of 53rd (Young Soldiers) Battalion Royal Fusiliers is buried in the churchyard at Leeds, near Maidstone, Kent.

He was the son of William Knell, a labourer from the village, and is buried next to his younger brother and sister.

CWGC lists him as having died, presumably because of an accident or illness.

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