Monday, 6 September 2010

Lydia Parker

Lydia Parker
B: 1873 (Registered between January & March), Leicester
M: 27th December 1892 at St Margaret's Church, Leicester
D: 1929 (Registered between April & June), Leicester

Addresses:
1881: 22 ½ Chester Street, Leicester
1891: 50 Wand Street, Leicester
1901: 11 Junior Street, Leicester
1914 – 1929: 15 Rowan Street, Newfoundpool, Leicester.

Occupations:
1881: Scholar
1891: Shoe Machinist
1901: Shoe Machinist
1911: Shoe Machinist

Father:
Arthur Parker

Mother:
Sarah Ann Wells

Siblings:
Clara Parker
Arthur Parker Jr
Thomas Parker

Husband:
John March

Children:
John Arthur March
Harry March
Clara March
Blanche March
Vera March
Laurence March
Walter Joseph March
Thomas March

1881:
Had Lodger named William Parker, brother of Arthur Parker. Also had 2 Children Lodging, Ann & Thomas Parker. Children of William Parker.

John Arthur March

John Arthur March
B: 29th May 1895
D: 21st December 1987
Marr: Ada White 20th June 1920 at St Augustine’s church.
Marr: Clara Simmonds

Fought in World War One.

Regiment/Corps: Durham Light Infantry, Rank Private
Northumberland Fusiliers, Rank Private
Royal Defence Corps, Rank Private

Regiment Number:

Army Numbers: 4634
35321
93310

Medals: Victory Medal
British Medal

Roll Number for Medals: TP/102BIH
Page for Medals: 1738

National Archives Catalogue reference WO 372/13

Theatre of War Served: England
France.

Address at Birth 29th May 1895: 14 Cardinal Street, Leicester. St Leonard’s UD

Address in 1901: 11 Junior Street, Leicester.

Address at time of Death (21st December 1987) Meadows Court Nursing Home, Old Church Street, Aylestone, Leicester LE2 8ND

Parents: John March B: 9th March 1868. D 1943
Occupation: Shoe Finisher

Lydia March B: 1873 D: June 1929
Occupation: Boot/Shoe Machinist

Siblings: Clara March B: 1894
Blanche March
Harry March B: 1900
Walter Joseph March B: 1899
Laurence (Loll) March
Thomas (Tom) March
Vera March

Stories/Information:
During World War 1, whilst in the trenches, he would shoot the Rats and end up in trouble for it.

Theatre of War in World War 1: France

He suffered from Trench Foot.

He liked to walk everyone but also there was little transport available.

He was in a Car accident and was cared for by his Sister, Blanche, until she became too old to look after him and was then put into a Nursing Home called Manor Court in Aylestone, Leicester

Michael John O’Neill

Michael John O’Neill

B: 1st December 1931 in Kalkara, Malta
M: June 1961 in Leicester
D: 8th December 1966 in Leicester at the Towers Hospital of Heart Inflammation & Pneumonia

Occupation: Electric Welder

John March

John MARCH (BENFIELD)

Gender: Male.

Birth Year: 1868

Birthplace: Leicester, England

Occupation: Shoe Finisher

Marital Status: Married Lydia Parker 27th December 1892

Address on 29th May 1895: 14 Cardinal Street, Leicester
Address in 1901: 11 Junior Street, Leicester.
Address in 1915: 15 Rowan Street, Newfoundpool, Leicester

Father: Joseph March??
Mother: Eliza March

Military:
Royal Defence Corps – World War 1
National Reserves – World War 1
1st Battalion Leicestershire Regiment – 2nd Boer War
2/5 Leicestershire Infantry
157 Protection Company
156 Company Royal Defence Corps

WW1 Army Regiments, Rank, Numbers.

National Reserve, Private, 3729
Royal Defence Corps, Private, 4823 (15b Company)

Theatre of War or Command:
Northern

Height: 5ft 5 ½ inches
Chest: 37 inches
Eyes: Grey
Hair: Brown

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