Notes for Captain Guy Livingstone BODDINGTON
Missing in action, believed captured. It was a year before his status became 'presumed dead'. He is listed on the war memorial (pictured above) in Solihull, Warwickshire UK.
Burial location: Thiepval, France, pier and face 9A 9B & 10B. 
Between 1906 and 1909 Guy was at Radley College and is remembered on our memorial arch, see https://radleyarchive.blog/category/commemorating-the-fallen-of-ww1/page/4/ 
Guy's comments appear in his sister Clare's domestic Visitor Book, see boddington-family.org.uk/hist-boddington.metchley1.htm 
The website Solihull Life provides an excellent summary of Guy's life, and a Leamington Spa Courier report of the circumstances of his death, at https://solihulllife.wordpress.com/2016/12/19/19th-dec-1916/ 
Prior to the war he worked for his father's company, Samuel Boddington & Sons, Woollen merchants, Cannon Street, Birmingham.
Family notes for Captain Guy Livingstone BODDINGTON and Barbara 'Babs' SEVERN
After Guy's death Babs & Joan went to live at the home of Samuel BODDINGTON, although Joan was born in Conway and I am not aware that Samuel BODDINGTON had a property there. Joan's parents home perhaps, although Guy and Babs were married in Pewsey, Wiltshire?