7TH FIELD AMBULANCE CEMETERY
Sp. Mem. B. 24. Turkey (including Gallipoli)
>THEIR GLORY SHALL NOT BE BLOTTED OUT
Bishops Stortford Town Memorial, United Reformed Church Memorial, Water Lane, Bishops Stortford, Castle Hedingham War Memorial, Essex
Ambrose was born in 1896 in Castle Hedingham, Essex to William and Sarah
Ambrose. In 1911 he was living with his family in St James' Street, Castle Hedingham
and working as an Assistant Grocer. He was the brother of Mrs. T. Waterman of
South Mill Road Bishop’s Stortford and in February 1915 he started working in
Walker & Co’s Stores in Bishops Stortford.
enlisted in Ipswich in May 1915 and had only been in the Dardanelles for two months when he was killed in action.
His mother Sarah received a war gratuity of £3 and his father William received his pay owing of £4 15s 3d. His brother Bertie William Ambrose was also killed and died on 30 June 1917. He is buried at Messines Ridge British Cemetery, Belgium.