|Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment)||2254||5th Battalion|
|Royal Defence Corps||46630|
Before the war George played for Alderwaley Park Cricket Club.
Photo courtesy Miss E Bunting
Medal Roll Index Card
He was awarded the Victory, British War and 15 Star Medals
Derbyshire Times, 21 August 1915
DCM FOR ALDERWASLEY MEN
Alderwasley people have been very pleased to hear during the past week of the achievements of two of their soldiers, viz., George Petts, jnr, of the 5th Sherwood Foresters, who has been promoted to full sergeant while in the fighting line somewhere in France, and George Repton, son of Mrs Repton, who has gained the DCM in the Dardaneeles where he is working with the Field Services Telegraph Department.
The newspaper title is slightly misleading as only George Repton received the DCM.
1939 Register: 36 Meadow Road, Ripley
George W Petts b.15 May 1892 ; woodworking machinist
Eleanor Petts b.16 May 1894
Margaret E Whitehurst (Petts) b.10 May 1925; school
Ronald G Petts b.19 July 1927; school
one closed record
George W Petts married Eleanor Goodey in 1918 June qtr (Dunmow reg district)
1901: Hill Top, Alderwasley
|George||Petts||Head||45||Stonemason & farmer||Crich|
|Arthur||Petts||son||17||Stone mason on estate||Alderwasley|
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George Petts' brother Hubert Petts is also on the Roll of Honour