Birth: 1897 - March Quarter

Place or Registered Place of Birth: Balham, London

Baptism: Not Known

Place of Baptism: Not Known

Death: 28 June 1977

Place or Registered Place of Death: Wagin District Hospital, Wagin, Western Australia

Date of Burial: 1 July 1977

Place of Burial: Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth, Western Australia

Father: Alfred James Meyrick Paget

Mother: Christabel Mary Barrow

Spouse(s): Alice Cecilia Fletcher

Date of Marriage: 16 November 1917

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: St. Mattias, Earls Court, London

Children:

Michael Paget (-)
Frank Paget (1923-1929)
Anthony James Paget (1928-1929)
Christopher George Paget (1926-1977)

Notes:

Supplement to the London Gazette, 26 July 1918 - page 8831
Lt. Alfred Paul Barrow Paget, E.G.A. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. The enemy put down a heavy barrage, but he remained with his section the whole day. One of his guns was hit twice, and all the detachment killed or wounded except two. He brought up a fresh detachment and kept his guns in action. His perseverance and courage under heavy shell fire greatly inspired all ranks.

In 1933, Alfred was living in Collie, 180 kms south of Perth, in Western Australia - this was reported by the Journal of the Royal Sanitary Institute.

Alfred was later married to Zoe Olive Evans.

He died in Wagin, a wheat belt town in the lower south west of Western Australia, near Albany. He was buried at Karrakatta Cemetery, a suburb between Perth and Fremantle in Western Australia.

1911 Census:

Alfred was a boarder at Epsom College public school. Aged 14.

Alfred Paul Barrow Paget