FRANK PUGSON 1881–1965
Born 3rd July 1881, Holbrook, Derbyshire
Baptised 7th April 1882 at St Michael’s Church, Holbrook (home address Barn Row, Holbrook)
Married 1924 to Fanny Blow. Two children, Mary born in 26 January 1927 and Frederick in 1931
Died 1965 at Shardlow, Derbyshire
Age 9 living, with father Thomas, an iron fitter, stepmother Sarah, dressmaker, and two brothers, Edgar 3 and Lawrence 1 at 7 Sunny Hill, Duffield, Derbyshire
Cannot be found but the family, including Edgar 13, Mabel 8 and Ernest 6 were living on Bowmer Road, Wilmorton, Derbyshire.
Cannot be found but the family are still at 27 Bowmer Road, Wilmorton
Service Numbers: 55937 (Lincs), 8141 (Labour Corps), 34102 (Yorks), 57537 (Fusiliers)
Military Units: Four units commencing with 12th Battalion, Lincolnshire (posted), transferred to Labour Corps, transferred to 7th Bn. Yorks. Regiment, transferred to Royal Welch Fusiliers
Theatre of War: France and Flanders, date of entry 21.8.16
Age: 35. Address: West End Villas, Radcliffe on Trent. Occupation: groom. Height 5ft 2ins, chest 35ins
Next of kin: father Thomas at Wilmorton, Derbys.
17.7.16: Called up
20.8.16: Posted to France
21.8.16: France, Le Havre
9.3.17: Transferred Labour Corps
11.10.17: Transferred 7th Bn. Yorkshire Regiment
20.5.18: Joined Royal Welsh Fusiliers
17.2.19: Taken to England for demobilisation
20.3.19: Discharged Clipstone, Notts.
Medals Awarded: British War and Victory
Military Personnel Address on 1918 Electoral Register
Hogg Lane, Radcliffe on Trent
Address: Bridge Hill Stables, Belper, Derbys
Employment: groom, employer, G H Stratt
Address: 22 Midland Terrace, Long Eaton, Derbyshire
Occupation: Railway wagon examiner London Midland Scottish Railway. ARP Warden.
Household: living with wife Fanny and daughter Mary (married name Kemps)
Reasons for inclusion on the Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour
Radcliffe on Trent address in 1918 when on active service