WW1 Soldier Philip HERBERT - his brother Isaac, landlord. (General)

by Jefff @, West London, Middlesex, Sunday, June 09, 2019, 21:30 (73 days ago) @ Jefff

One of Philip Herbert's younger brothers was Isaac born in 1881. I now see he has been covered in this prior thread; he was the landlord of various pubs in the Forest, eventually ending his career at the White Horse Mitcheldean.

See this thread https://forum.forest-of-dean.net/index.php?id=11646

As an update to this thread, we now have the following Burial Records.
It appears that Isaac Herbert was the landlord of the White Horse when he died, aged just 57, another early death for the Herbert family !
(NB: the PR is in error, there was never a White Hart in Mitcheldean).

Record_ID: 219504
Entry_Number: 671
Year: 1938
Month: Nov
Day: 29
Surname: HERBERT
Forenames: Isaac
Residence: White Hart Mitcheldean
Age_at_death: 57
Officiating_Minister: A.R.Smith
Event: Burial
Cause_of_death:
Memoranda:
Notes:
Register_Reference:
Page_No: 84
Parish_Chapel: Mitcheldean
Soundex: H616

So born abt 1881.


His wife Edith also died before her time..

Record_ID: 219487
Entry_Number: 654
Year: 1936
Month: Jan
Day: 8
Surname: HERBERT
Forenames: Edith
Residence: Mitcheldean
Age_at_death: 55y[ea]rs
Officiating_Minister: A.R.Smith
Event: Burial
Cause_of_death:
Memoranda:
Notes:
Register_Reference:
Page_No: 82
Parish_Chapel: Mitcheldean
Soundex: H616


I see there is an Isaac Herbert of Cinderford gets a brief mention within this site's WW1 Servicemen database, I guess they're both this same man. I'll try and find some more information about him to add to the Database. The other two Herberts in that same Database are both from Drybrook, so quite likely they're all related.


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