|Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment)||6801||6th Battalion|
Photos courtesyMichael Dawes
1918 Crich voters
William Housley, 1 North View, Whatstandwell; absent on military service.
William, born in about 1894, worked for a time at Lea Mills but must have left before the start of the war as he does not feature in their records for this time. In 1921 he married Nora Mason.
His memorabilia includes matchbox cases showing photographs of himself and his wife-to-be Nora, and various items of his kit and uniform.
Along with other Crich soldiers he received a post card from Crich Parish Christmas fund including a PO for 2/6.
Courtesy Michael Dawes
|Alice||Housley||daughter||20||Hosiery presser mill||Crich|
RG13 piece 3231 folio 21 page 34
1911: Market Place, Crich
|George||Housley||Head||56||Labourer lime works||Crich|
|Alice||Housley||daughter||30||Factory hand hosiery presser||Crich|
|Clara||Housley||daughter||21||Factory hand hosiery mender||Crich|
|William||Housley||son||17||Factory hand hosiery maker||Crich|
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