LAWRENCE HUBERT GREEN 1888–1955
Born 10th June 1888 Denton, Lincs
Baptised 6th January 1889 at St Andrew’s Church, Lincolnshire
Married 1920 to Florence Turner, Chesterfield
Died 19th December 1955, 8 Mill Lane, Warmsworth, Doncaster
Age 2 living at Denton. Father George 38, a mason, mother Isabella, brothers James 13, Charles 11, Herbert 9, Tom 8; sisters Rose 6, Florence 4 and Violet 1.
Age 12 living at Denton with parents and sisters Florence, Violet, Agnes, eight, Mildred, seven, and Mabel, five.
Age 22 employed as a carter, living with his mother is a shopkeeper (bakery), and sisters Agnes, tobacco leaves stripper, Mildred, dressmaker, and Mabel, tobacco box maker, at Bramcote Street, Nottingham.
Service Number: M2/034605
Military Unit: Mechanical Transport/Royal Army Service Corps, North Midland Div. Supply Column
Theatre of War: France and Flanders, date of entry 26.2.15.
Enlisted: 14 Nov 1914 to Army Service Corps
Address: 172 Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham. Age: 26, occupation motor fitter driver, height 5ft 8½ins, weight 143lbs. Next of kin Harriet Isabel Green, mother. Mother’s address later changed to Lincoln Grove, Cropwell Rd, Radcliffe on Trent
26.2.1915: To France on S.S. Queen Empress, disembarked next day
5.6.16 – 17.6.1916: Leave
1.11.1917: Hospital admission, sickness
5.7. 18 – 12.7.1918: Hospital admission, dental problems
May 1919: Returned home.
Medals Awarded: 1914-1915 Star, British War and Victory
Military Personnel Address on 1918 Electoral Register
Lincoln Grove, Radcliffe on Trent
Address: Staveley Street, Edlington, Yorkshire
Employment: motor mechanic, Yorkshire Main Colliery, Edlington
Household: wife Florence, daughter Florence
Address: 159 Sheffield Road, Doncaster
Occupation: Coal washery foreman
Household: living with wife Florence born 11.5.1890
Reasons for inclusion on Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour
Radcliffe on Trent address in 1918