George Gregg was born 1897 June quarter West Derby. He was the son of John William Gregg and Henrietta Gregg (nee Jones). His parents were married in 1895 at St.Athanasius' C.of E. Church, Kirkdale
1901 Census: 30 Neston Street, Walton on Hill - Parents with George and John William  
1911 Census: 125 Hornby Road, Bootle - Parents with George, John William, Alfred, Edward, Harold and Ernest  

His brother John William Gregg also died of wounds whilst serving with the 9th Battalion Welsh Regiment on the 27th February 1918 and is commemorated on this site.
Reports on George's death appeared in the Bootle Times on the 31st August 1917. His photo appeared in the report and is reproduced here with the kind permission of the Liverpool Daily Post & Echo.
   Gunner George Gregg, R.F.A., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregg, 125, Hornby-road, has been killed in action. He was educated at Linacre Council School and at one time was a member of the 55th Liverpool Boy Scouts. He attended St.Matthew's Church. Gunner Gregg, who was only 20 years of age, and before the waw=r was employed at the Liverpool G.P.O., died in the ambulance in which he was being conveyed to the rear half an hour after being wounded.

Bootle Times 31st August 1917