FREDERICK CARRINGTON 1891–1956
Born 29th August 1891, Aslockton
Married Florence Cope in 1913 in Belper District, Derbyshire.
Children: Frederick born 1914 and Margaret born 1921 in Bingham District
Died 31st October 1956, age 65
Age 9 living with father Fred, a yardman on farm, mother Sarah, brothers William Henry 6, John Edward 3, sisters Anne 7 and Sarah Ellen 1 in North Yard, Carlton, Nottingham.
Age 19 living with father Fred, a farm labourer, mother Sarah, brothers William Henry 16, John Edward 13, Thomas Herbert 8 and sisters Sarah Ellen 11, Harriett Eliza 6, Gertrude Alice 4, and Hilda 2 at Shepherds Houses, Cotgrave. He is employed as a horseman on farm.
Service Number: 177539 (Machine Gun Corps), formerly 23182 (North Staffs)
Military Unit: Machine Gun Corps, formerly North Staffordshire (Prince of Wales’s) Regiment
Theatre of War: Unconfirmed
Medals Awarded: British War and Victory
18.2.17 : Listed as ‘Wounded’ on the War Office Casualty List. Private 23182, North Staffs Regiment at this date.
Military Personnel Address on 1918 Electoral Register
Main Road, Radcliffe on Trent
Living at 47 Main Road, Radcliffe on Trent at date of death. Survived by wife Florence, née Cope. Two children Frederick and Margaret. In his will his address is given as 47 Main Street, Radcliffe on Trent. Administration to his widow Florence, effects £366.5s.10d.
From the 1922 Electoral Register
Address: Holme Road, Radcliffe on Trent
From the 1939 register
Address: Main Road, Radcliffe on Trent (house was close to The Cliffe Inn, no number given on Register)
Occupation: Roadman, Notts. County Council
Household: living with wife Florence born 2.4.1895, son Frederick born 1914, a builder’s lorry driver, daughter Margaret (married name Harrison), born 1921
Frederick junior is an Air Raid Precautions Warden on rescue duties
Reasons for inclusion on the Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour
Radcliffe on Trent address in 1918 when on active service.