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Radford, Nottingham
Isaac Buckley was the second son of Isaac Buckley and Sarah Ann Osborne, who married at Radford St Peter’s Church in October 1894. They had nine children: Horace (b.1895), Edith (b.1897), Isaac (b.1898), Hiram (b.1900), Sarah Ann (b.1903), Clare Frances (b.1905), Grace (b.1908), Rosetta Emily (b.1910) and Lilian M. (b.1917). All were born in Radford. The family lived at: 66 St Paul’s Street, Radford [Radford All Soul’s christening of Isaac Buckley 1898]; 19 Arthur Terrace, Radford [C.1901]; 35 Brixton Road, Radford [C.1911 & CWGC]. Isaac Buckley, a coal miner, died at Nottingham, aged 65, in 1941 while his widow, Sarah Ann, probably died, aged 82, in 1957.
25 May 1918
118602 - CWGC Website
Enlisted Nottingham
2nd Bn Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment)
Enlisted at Nottingham; initially served with the Sherwood Foresters Regiment [Service No.4862]; later transferred to the 2nd Bn. Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). Isaac died from the effects of gas poisoning at the 4th Canadian Casualty Clearing Station on 25th May 1918. He is buried in Pernes British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (grave ref. II.C.40).
Nottingham Evening Post, ‘Roll of Honour’, 8 June 1918: ‘Buckley. Died on May 25th, from gas poisoning, our dear son, Pte. Isaac Buckley, aged 20, Royal Scots. Reunited. The supreme sacrifice, from sorrowing mother, father, sisters and brothers, 35 Brixton-road, Radford.’ (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk)
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