GEORGE CARLIN 1896–1950
Brother of Benjamin
Born 8th April 1896, Beeston, Nottingham.
Baptised 10th June 1896 St John the Baptist Church, Beeston. Home address: 2 City Road
Married 1924 to Annie Rushton, Bingham District
Son Robert Benjamin, born 1925
Died 10th March 1950, age 53
Age 4, living with his father Jason, a Police Constable, mother Fanny and brothers Benjamin 1 (also on the Roll of Honour) and Robert 7 (who died in 1906 aged 13) on Chestnut Grove, West Bridgford.
Age 14, living with his father, a Police Sergeant, mother Fanny, brother Benjamin 11 and his sister Mabel 2 at the Police station, Main Road, Radcliffe on Trent. He was employed as an errand boy at Radcliffe on Trent Golf Club.
Service Number: 62994
Military Unit: Royal Field Artillery on medal card
Theatre of War: Balkans
30.11.17: Reported wounded on the War Office Daily List No.5430 (Forces War Records).
Rank: Acting Bombardier at this date
Medals Awarded: British War and Victory
Military Personnel Address on 1918 Electoral Roll
Police Station, Main Road, Radcliffe on Trent
From the 1939 Electoral Register
Address: ‘Fairway’ Cropwell Road, Radcliffe on Trent
Occupation: Golf professional
Household: Living with wife Annie.
Photograph from Radcliffe on Trent Local History Society
Apprenticed golf professional at Radcliffe on Trent 1910-1915, enlisted in Royal Horse Artillery, took part in the Gallipoli campaign and was demobilised in 1919 when he re-joined Radcliffe on Trent Golf Club as professional until retirement 1945.
Read more about Radcliffe on Trent Golf Club here.
Married Annie and lived at 36 Cropwell Road, Radcliffe on Trent. Survived by his wife Annie and son Robert Benjamin Carlin. (Obituary: Nottm Evening Post 11 March 1950)
Reasons for inclusion on the Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour
Lived in Radcliffe on Trent