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North Wheatley
Isaac was born in 1888 in North Wheatley and was the son of the late William Annakin a gamekeeper and his wife Sarah Ann Annakin of North Wheatley. In the 1901 census when Isaac is 13 years of age his father has already died and his mother is noted as a widow, living with him are his siblings William - Walter and Fred at Pasture Lane North Wheatley. By the 1911 census Isaac has moved out of the family home, he is 23 years of age and single and is working as wagoner on a farm in South Wheatley farmed by Charles Whitlam Sutton and his family.
24 Apr 1918
30
252904 - CWGC Website
G/19406
Private
7th Bn The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)
Isaac enlisted at Retford and originally served with the service number 82774 in the Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derbys Regiment ) he was later transferred to the 7th battalion The Queen's Own ( Royal West Kent Regiment. He was killed in action on 24th April 1918 and is buried in Crucifix Corner Cemetery Villers-Bretonneux 10.E.10
His name is also commemorated on the war memorial at Kirton in Lindsey , Lincolnshire and also on a memorial in St Andrews Church, Kirton.
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  • Isaac Annakin grave -
  • Photograph showing the war memorial at Kirton in Lindsey which commemorated Isaac Annakin, courtesy of Charles Anderson
    Isaac Annakin - Photograph showing the war memorial at Kirton in Lindsey which commemorated Isaac Annakin, courtesy of Charles Anderson
  • Photograph showing the panel on the war memorial at Kirton in Lindsey which commemorated Isaac Annakin, courtesy of Charles Anderson
    Isaac Annakin - Photograph showing the panel on the war memorial at Kirton in Lindsey which commemorated Isaac Annakin, courtesy of Charles Anderson
  • Photograph showing the war memorial in St Andrews Church, Kirton in Lindsey commemorating Isaac Annakin and is courtesy of Charles Anderson
    Isaac Annakin - Photograph showing the war memorial in St Andrews Church, Kirton in Lindsey commemorating Isaac Annakin and is courtesy of Charles Anderson
  • Photograph showing the war memorial in St Andrews Church, Kirton in Lindsey commemorating Isaac Annakin and is courtesy of Charles Anderson
    Isaac Annakin - Photograph showing the war memorial in St Andrews Church, Kirton in Lindsey commemorating Isaac Annakin and is courtesy of Charles Anderson