Charlie Sayers

Bank: The National Bank

Place of work: London Bayswater branch

Died: 13 April 1917


Charlie Ronald Sayers was born on 12 July 1894, the son of George Henry Sayers, secretary and accountant to a gas company, and his wife Edith Annie. In February 1910, when he was 15 years old, he went to work for The National Bank.


During the First World War Sayers left his job at the bank's Bayswater branch to join the army. By 1917 he was a Second Lieutenant in the Leicestershire Regiment, on active service on the Western Front. He was killed in action there on 13 April 1917. He was 22 years old.


Charlie Sayers is commemorated on a bank war memorial at the Royal Bank of Scotland London Cavendish Square branch

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