FRANK RICHARD CARNELL 1882–1942
Born 1882, Radcliffe on Trent, Notts.
Baptised 21st May 1882 at St Mary’s Church, Radcliffe on Trent.
Died 1942, Bingham district
Age 8 living on Bailey Lane, Radcliffe on Trent, with father Marriott, 48, an agricultural labourer, mother Sarah, brothers Thomas, 26, John, 13, Henry, 6 and sisters Mary, 24, and Eve, 11.
Age 18 living on Bailey Lane with widowed mother Sarah, 63, sister Mary, a lace worker,34, and brothers John, a railway labourer, 23, and Henry, a farmer’s day labourer,16. Frank was working as a milkman.
Age 28 living on Bailey Lane with mother Sarah, sister Mary, 44 and brother Henry, 26, farm labourer. He was a milk seller. The house had three rooms.
Service number: 157248
Military Unit: Royal Field Artillery, No. 5 Artillery Training School
Theatre of War: he did not serve abroad
10.12.15: Attested. Height 5ft 4ins, chest 33ins. Complexion sallow, eyes blue, hair brown. Religion Church of England. Single.
Complains of left knee, walks badly
22.7.16: Posted Scotton Camp, Catterick, N. Yorkshire
31.7.16: Discharged under Kings Regulations, paragraph 392, sub para IIIc (not likely to become an efficient soldier). His character was described as good.
Medical Examination in July 1916:
Can only stand with feet well apart and with left foot turned outwards through a right angle. Even then equilibrium is very unstable. Both legs are much wasted. Knee jerk on left side much exaggerated. Is very dull mentally. A case of spastic paraplegia. Unfit for any military service.
This man is physically unfit for any military service.
No medals awarded as he did not serve abroad and was discharged as medically unfit.
From 1939 Register
Reasons for inclusion on Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour
Born and lived in Radcliffe on Trent