Project Description


Labour corps

Born possibly 9th August 1896, place unknown

Died possibly 1982, Nottinghamshire

Married 1918 to Fanny Hallam from Radcliffe on Trent. Sons Frank Arthur born 1924, John Henry 1929, daughter Kathleen, 1922

1901 Census

Not found

1911 Census

Not found

Military Service

Rank: Private

Service Number: 500526

Military Unit: 484 Agricultural Company

Theatre of War: he served in the U.K. and therefore did not enter a theatre of war

Next of Kin: wife Fanny, living at Ogles Yard, Radcliffe on Trent

Records state separation allowance to be reinstated – Presently living at home while on FF (farm furlough?)

Held back from serving as employed by William H Brown of Grantham and vital in food supply

Released by William H Brown early 1918

Medals Awarded: ineligible for campaign medals due to service at home

Other information

Address on 1922 Electoral Register: Bolton Terrace, Radcliffe on Trent

From 1939 Register

Address: Bolton Terrace, Radcliffe on Trent.

Occupation: described as ex-serviceman (pensioner). Date of Birth given as 9th Aug 1896

Household: living with wife Fanny, daughter Kathleen, a soap packer, son Frank, printer

Reason for inclusion on Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour

Living in Radcliffe on Trent when enlisted and for many years after the war.