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  • Photograph of Charles Woolley is courtesy of Sherwood Foresters roll of honour website
Person Details
Radford Nottingham
He was the son Joseph and Susan Woolley and the brother of Annie, Chris and May Woolley. In 1911 they lived at 4 Queen's Cottages Court Street Hyson Green and alter at 3 Chew's Yard Ronald Street Radford (both Nottingham).
01 Jul 1916
19
197184 - CWGC Website
4905
Private
1/7th Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
Private Charles Woolley served with the 1/7th battalion Sherwood Foresters he was killed in action on 1st July 1916 and is buried in Foncquevillers Military Cemetery grave reference I.L.9
His older brother Private Ernest Woolley enlisted on 7th March 1915 in Nottingham, he was a labourer he served with the 1st battalion Northumberland Fusiliers and was killed in action on 14th October 1914. Having no known grave his name is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, France, panel 5Foncquevillers Military Cemetery
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  • Photograph of Charles Woolley is courtesy of Sherwood Foresters roll of honour website
    Charles Woolley - Photograph of Charles Woolley is courtesy of Sherwood Foresters roll of honour website
  • The commonwealth wargraves commission headstone marking the grave of Charles Woolley at Foncquevillers Military Cemetery, France. Plot 1, Row L, Grave 9 and is courtesy of Sherwood Foresters Regiment roll of honour website.
    Charles Woolley - The commonwealth wargraves commission headstone marking the grave of Charles Woolley at Foncquevillers Military Cemetery, France. Plot 1, Row L, Grave 9 and is courtesy of Sherwood Foresters Regiment roll of honour website.