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Photos Derbyshire Courier 1/8/1916
The only candidate appears to be Isaac Walters, born in about 1883. He was the youngest child of Joseph Walters and Sarah Harrison, the latter of whom originated from Crich. Isaac's mother appears to have died either in childbirth, or shortly after Isaac's birth in 1883. By the 1891 census at least three of Isaac's sisters were living at Crich, whilst Isaac and his brother Enos were inmates of Belper Workhouse.
By the 1901 census Isaac was a farm servant at Swanwick, whilst by the 1911 census he was a farm labourer, lodging at a house at Hucknall, Notts. There is no obvious local record of a marriage, and the most likely index entry of his death is in 1959 in the Mansfield Registration District.
Medal Roll Index card
Walters Isaac; Leic Reg Pte 7/14112 and RAMC 136439 awarded Victory, British war and 15 Star medals
Entered France 30/07/15
1939 Register: High Street, Warsop
Isaac Walters (single) b.9 December 1983; general labourer building contractor
1891: Belper Workhouse
RG12 piece 2744 folio 106 page 9
1901: Swanwick, Hill Top Farm
RG13 piece 3233 folio 141 page 31
1911: Hucknall Torkard
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