CHARLES BAGGALEY 1881–1955
Born 16 October 1881, Wickenby, Lincs
Baptised 4 December 1881 at Parish Church, Wickenby. Father John Wood Baggaley.
Married 10 June 1907 to Annie Pocklington, school mistress, from Sneinton, Nottingham
Sons Charles Noel born January 1909 in Wickenby, and John Roger born August 1914 Glanford Brigg
Died 22 July 1955, age 74 buried St Peter and St Lawrence.
Age 9 living in Wickenby, Lincs. with father John, a farmer, mother Lucy and siblings George 24, Ada 20, Thomas 13, Henry 11, Charles 9, Lucy 7 and Helen 5.
Age 19, still living with family in Wickenby, described as ‘at school’. George, John, Thomas and Henry working on their father’s farm.
Living at 1 Crackenedge Terrace, Dewsbury and a Clerk in Holy Orders (Assistant Curate), married to Annie. Son Charles Noel, age 2.
Service Number: Not given on records
Military Unit: Chaplain to the Forces, 4th Class, Royal Army Chaplains’ Department
Theatre of War: not known
Medals Awarded: no details found
Military Personnel Address on 1918 Electoral Register
Bingham Road, Radcliffe on Trent
Curate at St Mary’s Church, Radcliffe on Trent (Wright’s Directory, 1915 and 1920).
Parish records show him conducting Services in 1915 and again from 1918 so could have been on active service in the intervening years.
He conducted the funeral, August 8 1918, of Private Harry Smith who died at Nottingham War Hospital, Saxondale.
Address at death Nettleton Manor, Nettleton, Lincs.
Probate: Administration to Charles Noel Pocklington Baggaley, Major H.M. Army.
From the 1939 Register
Address: The Vicarage, Sutton St Edmund, Holbeach
Employment: Clerk in Holy Orders
Household: wife Annie, an invalid, born 2.2.1876 and his sister Lucy
Reasons for inclusion on Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour
Lived and worked in Radcliffe on Trent