Charles, born in about 1898, worked at Ambergate wire works before the war. After the war he had a lorry working as a haulage contractor with Clarence Wainwright.
1918 Crich voters
Charles Ludlam, Mill Green; absent on military service.
22 March 1919
Amongst Crich soldiers at present on leave from France and Belgium are Ptes. Sydney Harrison (Roes Lane), and Cpl. J. Hartshorne (Browns Hill). Pte Charles Ludlam (Mill Green) is on hospital leave.
There is a Private Charles Ludlam with the Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) No 117982 earning the British War and Victory Medals, but there is insufficient evidence as to whether it is this Charles Ludlam.
1901: Mill Green
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1911: Mill Green
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Charles Ludlam's brother Ernest Ludlam is also on the Roll of Honour.