Born: In 1876 in Whitchurch, Shropshire and baptised on 9 June the same year in St. Alkmund’s Parish Church.
Family: He was the eighth of ten children born to William and Mary Mulliner. He married Florence Hill on 27 August 1901 at Claremont Baptist Church, Shrewsbury, Shropshire and together they had two children – William Bert and Thomas Henry. Sadly Florence died in 1907.
Residence: In 1881 he lived in Talbot Street, Whitchurch; by 1891 the family had moved to Green End, Whitchurch. In 1901 he was boarding at 27 Delamere Crescent, Paddington, London. In 1911, his wife having died, he was living at 43 Green End. The 1919 Absent Voters’ register shows his address as 3 Green End. At the time of his death he was living in the Public Assistance Institution (Workhouse).
Employment: He was a saddler by trade; he was employed as a saddler by the London and North West Railway for at least the period between 1904 and 1908.
Died: In 1943 in Whitchurch, aged 66, and was buried on 10 April the same year in Whitchurch cemetery.
Regiment: Labour Corps (previously King’s Shropshire Light Infantry)
Service Number: 562563 (previously 23827)
Date of Enlistment: 29 November 1915
Date of Discharge: 2 April 1919
Reason for Discharge: Not known