Booklet published in New York in 1918 of products offered by W.J. Bush & Co., who had a factory in Batsworth Road, Mitcham.
Robert Reader enlisted in at Scotton Camp near Catterick in Yorkshire (now called the Catterick Garrison).
He was a gunner with the Territorial Force Battalion, 372nd Battery, Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery Regiment, service number 636288.
He died on 21st January 1918 in Mesopotamia, and is buried at the Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery, plot I row A grave 6, in Iraq.
His name is on the north side of the Mitcham War Memorial on Lower Green West.
His age isn’t shown on his grave details, but a Robert Reader, aged 29, was married to Amy Stacey, aged 30, on 17th November 1912, at the parish church in Church Road. His address at that time was number 4 Lewis Road, and hers was at number 2.
Assuming this is the same Robert Reader, then he died at the age of 35.