|Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment)
Frederick Berresford took a little finding. He was on the original Roll of Honour as Fred Beresford.
In 1891 the family were recorded as Berresford. For some unknown reason in 1901 they were named as Collins. In 1911 some of the family were Berrisford but Frederick seems to have remained with the surname Collins. Frederick William Beresford was born in the fourth quarter of 1897. His parents were Frederick Berrisford and Ellen Wragg who married in the third quarter of 1876.
Before the war he worked for Joseph Yeomans, who was a well-known local merchant.
1918 Crich Voter' List
Beresford, Frederick William, Town End – absent on military service
His medal index card records him with an address of Town End, Crich, enlisting on 19th October 1915 and being discharged 14th December 1918 with the Victory and British War Medals. He was awarded the Silver War Badge (491677) the record giving his age as twenty-one on discharge after serving abroad.
|Lilly E||Collins||daughter||17||Wool doubler||Crich|
|John W||Harrison||son in law||22||Wire Drawer||Crich|
RG13 piece 3231 folio 42 page 4
1911: Moorwood Moor
|Joseph||Yeomans||Head||47||General dealer||Crich Carr|
|Mary E||Yeomans||daughter||23||Shop assistant||Plaistow Green|
|Joseph||Yeomans||son||16||Assistant to father||Moorwood Moor|
RG14PN20982 RG78PN1251 RD436 SD4 ED11 SN215