Charles Frederick Biddulph

Private

Worcestershire Regiment 49932 B Coy 1st Garrison Battalion

Lea Mills postcard

Charles Biddulph in WW1

 

Notes
Charles Biddulph lived in Cromford and his name appears on the Cromford Roll of Honour.
He joined the forces on 12th February, 1917 aged 20 years. He applied to return to Lea Mills under the pension scheme by 28th August, 1919.


CENSUS INFORMATION

1901: Matlock Bath

Forename Surname Relationship Age Occupation Where born
Samson Biddulph Head 41 Corn miller Ashbourne
Hannah Biddulph wife 42   Matlock
Beatrice Biddulph daughter 19 Cop winder Cotton Mill Matlock
John William Biddulph son 17 Paint maker Matlock Bath
Mary Ann Elizabeth Biddulph daughter 15 Cop winder Cotton Mill Matlock Bath
George Anthony Biddulph son 13 Examiner in warehouse Cotton Mill Matlock Bath
Archie Biddulph son 11   Matlock Bath
Nellie Biddulph daughter 9   Matlock Bath
Annie Teasdale Biddulph daughter 6   Matlock Bath
Charles Frederick Biddulph son 2   Matlock Bath
Susan Baden Powell Biddulph daughter 3 mo   Matlock Bath

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1911: Scarthin, Matlock Bath

Forename Surname Relationship Age Occupation Where born
Hannah Biddulph Head (widow) 52   Matlock
Beatrice Biddulph daughter 29 Yard lister Cotton Mill Starkholmes
George Biddulph son 23 Worker Cotton Mill Matlock Bath
Archie Biddulph son 21 Knotter Cotton Mill Matlock Bath
Nellie Biddulph daughter 19 Cop winder Cotton Mill Matlock Bath
Annie Biddulph daughter 16   Matlock Bath
Charles Biddulph son 12 School Matlock Bath
Baden Powell Biddulph son 10 School Matlock Bath

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His older brotherGeorge Biddulph also worked at Lea Mills and served in WW1.