|(Royal) Army Service Corps||DM2-231226||1124 M.T. Coy
Photo courtesy Ian Goadby (with thanks to Roger Goadby)
Alfred attested on 16 May 1916 in Derby, aged 25 years 2 months; he was a hosiery hand employed at the Derwent Mills, Belper. His next-of-kin was his wife, Rosetta. He was posted to Grove Park on 13 October 1916 and was demobbed on 19 February 1919 with a disability allowance of 30% for Neurasthenia. His age on discharge was 28. He was awarded, for his disability, 8/3 from 14 August 1919 to 2 September 1919 then 12/- from 3 September 19 to 20 November 1920. His demob address was Millgreen Fritchley.
He lived at East View, Crich, married, Rosetta Ludlam on 30 May 1914 at St Mary's Church Crich. They had a daughter Florence May born 5 April 1916
1918 Voters List
Alfred Anderson absent on military service, Fritchley.
Photos courtesy Ian Goadby (with thanks to Roger Goadby)
1939 Register: Woodlands Villas, Crich
Alfred Anderson b.5 April 189; hosiery machine knitter
Rosetta Anderson b.18 December 1891
Alfred's brother Albert Anderson is also on the Roll of Honour.
1901: Lea Wood, Holloway
|Alfred||Anderson||Head wdr||46||Gardener, domestic||Benges, Herts|
|Annie E||Anderson||daughter||23||Garn reeler, Merino Mill||Gt. Stanmore, Middx|
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|Abraham||Roe||Head||40||Power frame minder||Crich|
|Annie Elizabeth||Roe||wife||33||Household work||Stanmore, Kent|
|Alfred||Anderson||bro in law||20||Power frame minder||Holloway|
|Albert||Anderson||bro in law||17||Coop shop assistant||Holloway|
|May||Anderson||sis in law||13||Mill hand||Holloway|
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