GEORGE FOSTER 1894–1970
Photo from the family collection of Foster relatives
Born 21st January 1894 in Radcliffe on Trent.
Baptised 18th February 1894 at St Mary’s Church, Radcliffe.
Married Hilda Isabella Mary Holmes on 28th October 1922 at St Andrew’s Church, Nottingham.
Died 1970 in Worthing, Sussex
Age 7, living on Bingham Road, Radcliffe, with father William 35, auctioneer and valuer, mother Clara 36, (nee Stafford), sister Mary E. 6, aunt Martha Foster 79, living on own means, and servant Emma Hill.
Now an auctioneer’s articled clerk, living at Fairfield House, Bingham Road, Radcliffe with his parents, sisters Mary Emma 16, and Dorothy Jane 9 and servant Edith Woolley. The house had eight rooms.
According to family members (and the cap badge in his photograph) George served with the Sherwood Foresters (Robin Hoods). In his photograph George is wearing the Imperial Service badge above his right breast pocket. This could be worn by any man who had volunteered for the Imperial Service Section and to serve abroad in times of war.
Address: Fairfield House, Bingham Road, Radcliffe
Household: father William, auctioneer, mother Clara, sisters Mary and Dorothy
1922 Electoral Register
Address: Bingham Road, Radcliffe on Trent
Address: 48 Ebers Grove Nottingham
Household: living with wife Hilda Isabella Mary born 15th November 1896. Occupation R/C telephonist no. 1149 ARW (Air Raid Warden) Hyson Green Division, Nottingham.
George’s wife Hilda died on 11th October 1977 in Nottingham.
Reasons for inclusion on Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour
Born and lived in Radcliffe on Trent