|Army Service Corps||M/400082||1143 M.T. Coy|
Medal Index Card
He was awarded the Victory medal.
George enlisted on 7 June 1916 aged 32, a married framework knitter born at Crich but living in Ilkeston. His height was 5ft 5¼in. His wife was Sybil Annie Ridgard whom he married on 20 August 1910 at Ilkeston. They had three children, George Raymond (20 June 1911), Jessie (20 July 1912) and Edwin Arthur (19 May 1916). He was mobilized 18 May 1918 and passed his test to drive lorries on 12 September 1918. He entered France through Havre on 4 November 1918 on ex SS South West Miller joining the 1143 M.T. Coy. He was discharged 4 November 1919.
1939 Register: Inglefield Road, Ilkeston
George Butler b.5 June 1884; underwear hosiery frame work knitter
Jessie Fay (Butler) b.20 July 1912
Edwin A Butler b.19 May 1916; warp knitter
Sybil A Butler (George's wife) died in 1934 March qtr (Basford reg district) aged 49.
|George||Butler||Head||49||Machinist hosiery factory||Crich|
|James W||Butler||son||18||Cabinet maker||Crich|
|George||Butler||son||16||Machine minder factory||Crich|
|Thomas E||Butler||son||15||Brick & pipe maker||Crich|
|George||Butler||Head||26||Framework Knitter, hosiery machinist||Crich|
|Sybil Annie||Butler||wife||26||Household duties||Ilkeston|
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George's brother James William Butler is also on the Roll of Honour.