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11 Mar 1895
Nottingham
Son Of Arthur Hooper, Of 11, Goldsmith St., Mansfield, and The Late Selina Hooper. In the 1901 census the family are living at - 31 Bradder Street, Mansfield Notts and are shown as - Arthur Hooper, 32, head; Selina, wife, 29 (died 1907); George, son, 9,; Henry, son, 7; Albert, son, 6; Ada, daur, 4; Herbert, son, 1: By the 1911 Arthur has remarried and the family are living at 11 Goldsmiths Street, Mansfield Notts and are shown as - Arthur Hooper, head, 42, Edith Louisa, wife, 31; George, son, 19; Henry, son, 17; Albert, son, 16; Ada, daur, 14; Herbert, son, 11; Soldiers Effects Records - Hooper Albert, 1st Nott's and Derby, Pte, 306679, 12/7/1918 POW, Rastall, wounds; 1/3/1919 - £18-11s - father Arthur 13/12/1919 - £11-0s-0d father Arthur, ICRC - Hooper, Albert, 12/7/18 P.A. 34826 - Hooper.Albert, Soldat, Sherwood Foresters 1 Btl, Geb 11.3.1895, zu Nottingham, prov Nottinghamshire, - Weber Verst 12.7.18; im Laz Ukrainerlager zu Hastatt, infolge Lungentuber - Kulose N - Schwerer Schussverwundung. Akts 24275/1 (Geb - Born; died of complications from serious gun shot wounds)
1911 - Trimmers Assistant, Hosiery
12 Jul 1918
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903611 - CWGC Website
306679
Private
1st Bn Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)
306679 Private Albert Hooper enlisted in the Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment) circa January 1916. After training he was posted to the 2/8th TF Battalion and spent time with them in Ireland during 1916 before they returned to England in January 1917 and on 26 February 1917 landed in France. It is likely that Albert remained with the battalion until 6 February 1918 when it was disbanded. He was then posted to 1st battalion. The 1st battalion was decimated in the fighting at Chemin des Dames in May 1918 and Albert was probably wounded and captured during this time. He was moved back through the German medical chain but died of his wounds on 12 July 1918 and buried in the Niederzwehren Cemetery, Kassel Germany;
Soldiers Died in the Great War - Hooper, Albert, born Nottingham, enlisted Mansfield Notts, 306679, Private, died of wounds, France and Flanders (actually Germany), 12/7/18
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