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Beeston Nottinghamshire
Albert Cudworth was the son of Samuel Cudworth and Mary Ann Mather who married in the Basford registration district in 1886. They had eight children, six of whom were alive at the time of the 1911 census. These were: John (b.1886), Emma (b.1888), Lily (b.1891), George (b.1893), Rose b.1895) and Albert (b.1896). Their various family homes identified include: 10 William Street, Beeston [C.1891]; 45 Dennison Street, Beeston [C.1901]; 57 Wimbourne Road, Radford [C.1911]; 52 Grimston Road, Radford [n.e.p.23.5.1919]. Samuel Cudworth, who was a lace hand, died at Nottingham, aged 63, in 1924. His widow died in the Basford registration district, aged 79, in 1946.
01 Oct 1918
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Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment)
Enlisted at Nottingham on 13 March 1912; joined the West Riding Regiment; the medal roll stated that he deserted 1 May 1915; however the death notice placed in the local newspaper by his parents indicated that he had been taken prisoner by the Germans and had died while in German hands at ‘Trolon’ on 1st October 1918 [n.e.p.23.5.1919]. His service Records were badly damaged and don’t really shed any light on the matter. There is no indication as to where Albert Cudworth might have been buried.
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