Albert Henry Green was born in Highgate, London on the 20th March 1893, his father was Albert Lorenzo Green, working in the building trade, and his mother Kate Tilley Green (nee Beecher).
The family moved to Thame in the 1890’s where Albert Lorenzo joined his father’s ironmongery business in 3 High Street. Albert Henry’s mother died in 1898, and his father went on the marry Florence Maud Richmond of Thame the following year.
Albert went to Canada (date unknown), where he joined the local militia, the 15th Argyll Light Infantry. In September 1914, the 1st Brigade of the Canadian Expeditionary Force was raised at Camp Valcartier, Quebec, from the local militia regiments, and Albert was enlisted on 22nd September into the Canadian Field Artillery, 1st Brigade, 2nd Field Battery, as Driver, 40413.
The brigade embarked for England on the SS Saxonia during October 1914, setting up camp near Amesbury, Wiltshire. In February 1915, the brigade left England, and disembarked at St. Nazaire on the 17th, immediately entraining to Northern France.
On the 4th April 1916, a section of the 2nd battery was in action near Ypres, and Driver Albert Henry Green was one of 3 killed, at the age of 23.
He is buried in Reninghelst New Military Cemetery in Belgium, and remembered in Thame on the All Saints Church memorial board.