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Sculcoates, Hull
He was the son Mr. John T and Mrs. Caroline E. Bellamy, of Hull Born Second Quarter 1886 Sculcoates, Hull On 1891 Census he is living with his parents and siblings – Eileen and Bertha - at 8 Christopher Street, Sculcoates, Hull. His father is listed as a lighterman On 1901 Census he is living with his parents and siblings – Eileen, Bertha, Harold and Horace – at 55 Balby Street, Conisborough. His father is a boiler fireman in a coal mine and John is a lamp cleaner in coal mine. Married to Lily Webster 3rd Quarter 1908 On 1911 Census he was living with his wife and son Cyril at 18 Herbert Street, Mexborough. He is listed as a colliery boiler riveter
On 1911 Census he is listed as a colliery boiler riveter
10 Dec 1918
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475895 - CWGC Website
2158
CWGC shows widow living at 17, South Street, Dinnington, Yorkshire
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Nottinghamshire Yeomanry (Sherwood Rangers)
Enlisted December 1916 Served as 2158 with Staffordshire Yeomanry Served at 1st/1st Staffordshire Yeomanry HQ Transferred to Sherwood Rangers Renumbered 275490 in 1917 Died of Dysentery 10th December 1918 Buried Alexandria (Hadra) War Memorial Cemetery Row H Grave 29
Listed on Graves Registration Report as being 1st/1st Staffordshire Yeomanry HQ Listed on MIC as Staffordshire Yeomanry Listed on initial Graves Registration Report as being 1st/1st Staffordshire Yeomanry HQ Listed on subsidiary Graves Registration Report as being Nottinghamshire Yeomanry (Sherwood Rangers) Listed on MIC as Staffordshire Yeomanry Register of Soldiers Effects shows attached from Staffordshire Yeomanry Renumber is within Nottinghamshire Yeomanry block (275001-280000) His brother, Harold, served as 2275 (478767) Sapper H. Bellamy with 649th West Riding Field Company, Royal Engineers. He enlisted on 30th March 1915 and arrived in France on 10th October 1915. He was discharged 18th July 1918 under Para 392 XVI. SWB Roll RE/2282 Badge Number 445271. He was an Acting Corporal when discharged. He was gassed and also wounded. His brother, Horace, served as 2276 (478332) Sapper H. Bellamy with West Riding Royal Engineers. He enlisted at 16 and arrived in France on 10th October 1915. He was awarded the Military Medal. He survived the war and was transferred to Class Z Reserve on 11th April 1919
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