|Royal Garrison Artillery||188232|
Lea Mills original Roll of Honour
Charles Gregory born in about 1888 came from Nether Heage and worked as a framework knitter. Although there was a request for his deferral this was not accepted he joined the Army 19 November 1917 agd thirty-one.
Driver Charles Gregory 188232 Hut P23, X Battery R.G.A. Morn Hill Camp, Winchester.
He was still at Morn Hill Camp in January 1918.
After the war he returned to Lea Mills where, over the years, he became a manager.
Letters to JB Marsden-Smedley
Driver C Gregory
Hut P.23, X Battery RGA, Morn Hill Camp, Winchester
Accept my very best thanks for parcel received this morning and in return I wish you a Happy New Year and prosperity to your firm.
From C Gregory
1901: The Hollins, Holloway
|Eliza||Gregory||daughter||15||Merino hosiery trimmer||Bonsall|
|Charles||Gregory||son||13||Merino hosiery machinist||Bonsall|
1911: Nether Heage
|Thomas||Martin||Head (wdwr)||67||Colliery labourer, above ground||Heage|
|Mary Ann||Martin||daughter||38||At home||Heage|
|John||Martin||son||34||Coal miner loader||Heage|
|Hannah||Martin||daughter||30||Machinist hosiery works||Heage|
|Charlie||Gregory||son in law||24||Hosiery maker||Bonsall|