LEONARD RICHMOND 1888–?
Born 11 October 1888, Nottingham
Married 4 April 1918 to Mabel Lymbery at St Mary’s Church, Radcliffe on Trent. Children Cecil born 1918 and Rita born 1920
Date of death unknown
Age 2 living at 8 St Saviour’s Street, Nottingham with father Charles, cellar man, mother Eliza, brothers Charles W 10, Arthur 4 and a boarder Harry Spriggs, a chemist’s assistant.
Age 12 living with father a wine merchant cellarman, brother Charles 20, warehouse clerk, brother Arthur 14, telegraph messenger. They are still living at 8 St Saviour’s Street.
Age 22 living at 15 Lois Avenue, Nottingham with parents and brother Arthur 24, a joiner. He is employed as a law clerk.
Service Number: SS/6582
Military Unit: Army Service Corps
Theatre of War: Egypt, date of entry 20.3.15.
Address: South View, Bingham Road, Radcliffe on Trent. Stenographer. 5ft 2½ ins, 32ins chest
Father: Charles Richmond of South View
Promoted: March 1915
Mediterranean Expeditionary Force: March 1915 – September 1915
Discharged Dec 1915 no longer fit for war service. Silver War Badge
Medals Awarded: 1914-1915 Star, British War and Victory
Pension due to Ametropia (loss of ability to focus images on retina) – Compound hypermetropic astigmatism
Sight failed Imbros in Aegean Sea because of excessive clerical work with very little rest or time off duty
Medical Board ¼ vision only. Due to glare of sun
Address: 24 Derby Grove, Radcliffe
Employment: security clerk, L C W and P Bank, Carrington Street, Nottm
Household: wife Mabel, son Cecil, daughter Rita, and domestic servant Elsie Butlin
Address: 26 Paget Road, Stoke Newington
Employment: Bank clerk
Household: wife Mabel born 12.12.1887, son Cecil, motor accessories
Reasons for inclusion on Radcliffe on Trent Roll of Honour
Lived in Radcliffe on Trent.