FRANK ARTHUR ROZEE 1896–1982
Born 9 August 1896, (1897 birth register) West Ham, Essex.
Married 1918 to Fanny Hallam from Radcliffe on Trent. Sons Frank Arthur born 1924, John Henry 1929, daughter Kathleen, 1922
Died possibly 1982, Nottinghamshire
Age three, living in West Ham with father Henry, an iron driller, mother Catherine, sisters Kate, fourteen, Maude, thirteen, Elsie, eleven, May, seven, Ethel, six and brother Henry, nine.
Age thirteen, at school, living at 115, Argyle Road, West Ham with father Henry, an iron driller (ship building), mother Catherine, sisters Maude, May, Ethel, and brother Henry, an iron driller. His three sisters were working at Silver’s India rubber Works.
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
18.03.20: Discharged. In Labour Corps, Essex at date of discharge (pension record card)
Awarded a 30% disablement pension from 20.07.21 due to mental illness (with epilepsy)
Medals Awarded: ineligible for campaign medals due to service at home
Address on 1922 Electoral Register: Bolton Terrace, Radcliffe on Trent
Address: Ogles Yard, Radcliffe
Employment: Farm Labourer out of work, previously J James Farmer
Household: wife Fannie and daughter Joyce born April 1918
Address: Bolton Terrace, Radcliffe on Trent.
Occupation: described as ex-serviceman (pensioner).
Household: living with wife Fanny, born 11 April 1896, daughter Kathleen, a soap packer, son Frank, printer and John at school
Reason for inclusion on Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour
Living in Radcliffe on Trent when enlisted and for many years after the war.