Cecil Albert East
Full name Cecil Albert East, baptised in St Mary's Church, Wheatley on 6 August 1899, son of Wheatley-born Albert East, butcher's assistant, and Ada nee Smith born in Bruern near Chipping Norton, Oxon. They were living on Church Road in 1921. Cecil was admitted to Wheatley Elementary school in 1905 and went on to the Night School in 1913. He first enlisted in the Hampshire Regiment as a Private with Regimental No. 24360 and then, as the Soldiers of Oxfordshire website confirms, served with the Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry until 31 March 1921, with the Nos. 5373899 and 34675. He was living on Church Road in 1921 and married Elsie M. Millerchip in 1925. He died in 1934 and is buried in Wheatley churchyard.
He lived at 23 Church Road or possibly 25 Church Road.