Hollingsworth, Frederick

Hollingsworth, Frederick

 

 

 

Military History:

 

Regiment:                               Royal Army Medical Corps

Rank:                                      Sergeant

Regimental Number:              Not known

Date of Enlisting:                   7.8.1914

Date of death:                        4th quarter 1941

Cemetery/ Memorial:            

UK Cemetery/Memorial:       St Mary’s Church Ashwell Roll of Honour

 

Nothing is known of Frederick’s military history except that he enlisted on 7th August 1914 and was a sergeant with the Royal Army Medical Corps.

He survived the War and died in Walthamstow, Essex in 4th quarter 1941.

He is commemorated on the St Mary’s Church Ashwell Roll of Honour.

 

Family History:

 

Date of Birth:                17.3.1862

Birth Place:                   Ashwell, Hertfordshire

Residence:                    Walthamstow, Essex

Marriage:                      3rd quarter 1892

 

Frederick was the eldest son of Philip Hollingsworth and Louisa (nee Huffer) born at Ashwell on 17th March 1862.  He was a pupil at the Merchant Taylors School.  The 1891 census shows him living in Islington, London and working as a platelayer for the railways.

Frederick married Mary Jane Worboys at Ashwell in the third quarter 1892.  They had three children, all born in Islington, London: Dora Elizabeth Louise born 1893, Mabel born 1895 and Percy James born 1897.

The 1911 census shows the family living in Walthamstow, Essex.  The 1939 census shows Frederick and Mary Jane staying with Charles and Martha Burton in Ashwell, Hertfordshire. Frederick died in Walthamstow, Essex in 4th quarter 1941.

 

Commentary:

Name:Frederick Hollingsworth
Birth Place:Ashwell, Hertfordshire
Residence:Walthamstow, Essex
Death Date:4th quarter 1941
Enlistment Place:Not known
Rank:Sergeant
Regiment:Royal Army Medical Corps
Battalion:Not known
Regimental Number:Not known
Type of Casualty:Survived
Theatre of War:Not known

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