RAMC Badge WW1

Born 28th October 1894, Radford, Nottingham

Married in 1924 Bingham District to Ethel M Leak, Bingham District

Children Stanley born 1926 in Newark District, Ethel born 1928 and Christine born 1931, both in Basford District

Died 1963, age 68

1901 Census

Age 6 living with grandparents James and Mary Ann Hollingworth and William Jonathon 26, groom, Mary Elizabeth 28, domestic day nurse and  his father Ernest James Hollingworth 24, groom. They lived on Stansfield Street, Nottingham.

1911 Census

No record found

He took employment at Notts. County Asylum (Saxondale) on an unknown date between January 1916 and February 1917. He  is listed in the hospital’s annual report as a temporary attendant who had joined the forces by March 1917. His military unit was the Royal Army Medical Corps.

Military Service

No record found but Asylum records state he served with the Royal Army Medical Corps.

1921 Electoral Register

Notts. County Asylum

1921 Census

Address: Notts County Asylum

Employment: male nurse

Household: living in hospital

1939 Register

Address: 31 Rutland Road, Nottingham

Occupation: Power Station engine operator, Leen Side Depot. ARP Transport Section, voluntary.

Household: living with wife Ethel born 8.5.1906, daughters Ethel (later married name Webb) and Christine (later married name Smith). Both girls at school.

Reasons for inclusion on Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour

Worked in the parish of Radcliffe on Trent at Notts. County Asylum.