|Royal Garrison Artillery||206673|
Born in about 1898, Luke was named after his grandfather. Before the war he worked as a farm labourer.
1918 Crich voters
Luke Wragg, Oak House; absent on military service.
Medal Index Card
He was awarded the Victory and British War Medals.
Derbyshire Courier 17 May 1919
Gunner Luke Wragg, of Crich, who has been over on leave for several weeks expects to return to France in a few days.
1939 Register: Royal Oak, Crich
Luke Wragg b.11 May 1897; limestone quarryman, heavy worker
Iris Wragg b.12 July 1901
James F Wragg b.10 June 1921; machine wire drawer
Gwedoline Booth (Wragg) b.18 August 1923; hosiery underwear mender
John Wragg b.11 March 1927; school
William Wragg b.26 September 1930; school
Luke Wragg married Iris Smith in 1921 June qtr (Belper reg.district)
|Hettie||Coleman||boarder||15||Factory hand, hosiery||Crich|
RG13 piece 3231 folio 61 page 7
1911: Crich Common
|Ada||Wragg||daughter||19||Buttoning machinist, hosiery||Crich|
|John T||Wragg||son||18||Limestone quarryman||Crich|
|Luke||Wragg||father (wdwr)||72||Retired limestone quarryman||Matlock|
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