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Name George Anthony Carr
Nick Name  
Last Known Address East Herrington, Sunderland.
Family Circumstances  

Unit of Service Army. Durham Light Infantry.
Number and Rank 22/352. Corporal acting Serjeant.
Date & Place of Death East Herrington, Co Durham. 13/06/1968.  aged 72.
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Details of any Medals, conflict, training or operations which the deceased had participated in during service.

The 1914 - 1918 Victory Medal.  The 1914 - 1918 British War Medal.

Battle of the Somme.

 

Other general information. online links, images etc.

George was born on the 16th October 1896 in Middle Herrington, then in Co Durham.

He served with the 1st/7th  DLI and also served with the 22nd Pioneer Battalion which was absorbed by the 1st/7th Battalion.

He was a Corporal acting Serjeant and it is believed he also was an acting Warrant Officer Class 2.

After leaving the Army George worked as a Steel Erector for the National Coal Board.

 

Below is George birth in the Central Register

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George and his family in the 1901 census.

 

The 1911 Census.

 

Below Georges medal entitlement.  He was designated Type "Z" which mneant he could be recalled after discharge if Germany did not accept the terms of the Armistice. This was scrapped at the end 1920.

 

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              The British Victory Medal                                               The 1914 - 1918 War Medal

                 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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