Person    | Male  Born 15/10/1895  Died 26/7/1975

Job Drain

Categories: Armed Forces

Countries: France

Soldier. Born Job Henry Charles Drain in Barking, Essex. In World War I, he was a driver in the 37th Battery, Royal Field Artillery. On 26 August 1914 at Le Cateau, France, he and another driver saved two British guns, while under heavy artillery and infantry fire. He was awarded the Victoria Cross for his bravery.

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Job Drain

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Job Drain - Greatfields Road

Job Drain, 1895 - 1975, awarded the Victoria Cross, Great War 1914 - 1918, li...

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Job Drain statue

{Plaque on pavement in front of the statue, beneath the Victoria Cross:} Driv...

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Job Drain VC

{Beneath an image of a Victoria Cross medal:} Driver Job Drain, Royal Field A...

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