Private Bloxham was the youngest son of George and Ann Bloxham. Prior to enlisting he was a farm labourer.
He enlisted on 19th June 1916 in the Royal West Kent Regiment, 10th Service Battalion. He was wounded on 7th June 1917 and re-joined the regiment on his recovery and became a stretcher bearer.
Private Bloxham was killed in action on 21st September 1917 at Tower Hamlets Ridge whilst assisting a comrade. He is buried at Railway Cutting Cemetery, Ypres.
He left a wife and two sons.