Born: 19 January 1886 in Tilstock, Shropshire and baptised on 21 February 1886 in Tilstock Parish Church.
Family: He was the third of five children born to Edward Judson, a railway porter, and his wife Ann. He married Gladys Dyer in 1916 and was father to Eileen.
Residence: In 1886 and 1891 the family was living at Diglake, Tilstock, Whitchurch, Shropshire. By 1901 he had left school and was living at Steele Heath, Prees, Shropshire. In 1911 he was living back with his family at 6 Egerton Road, Whitchurch, but by 1915 they had moved to 1 Catteralls Lane, Whitchurch. At the time of his demobilization his address was recorded as 6 Walls Bank, Wall, Church Stretton, Shropshire.
Employment: In 1901 he was working as a domestic groom, but by 1911 he was employed as labourer at an Iron Foundry.
Died: In 1960 in Whitchurch, aged 74.
Regiment: Tank Corps (previously Machine Gun Corps and Yorkshire Regiment)
Service Number: 95208 (previously 6679)
Date of Enlistment: 30 November 1915
Date of Discharge: 5 December 1919
Reason for Discharge: Demobilisation
Other Information: In some military records his second name is listed as George. He could not be found in the 1939 Register although his wife, Gladys, was living with her mother at 4 Council Houses, Wem, Shropshire.