FRANK GULLIVER

Frank is laid to rest in Ipswich Cemetery, as he did not serve overseas. He would not be entitled to be laid to rest in the Field of Honour. 

Born: 1891, Culworth, Northamptonshire.

Baptised: 21st May 1891, at St. Mary the Virgin, Culworth. Parents: Emma & Arthur Gulliver – Groom.

Died: 2nd April 1917, age: 26; at Ipswich Isolation Hospital. ( believed to of died from TB )

Enlistment Location: Warwick.

 

Rank: Bombardier; Service Number: 614297.

Regiment: Royal Horse Artillery, 1st Warwick Battery.

Formerly 645, Royal Field Artillery, 394th Battery.

 

Grave Reference:

C.21.29.

Ipswich Old Cemetery,

Ipswich.

 

CENSUS

 

1891   72, Lower Street, Culworth, Northamtonshire.

 

Frank was 1 month old and living with his parents & siblings.

Arthur Charles Gulliver, 37, a Groom, born Greatworth, Northamptonshire.

Emma Gulliver (nee Hatton), 28, born Trafford House, Byfield, Northamptonshire.

Edith Emma Gulliver, 3, born Culworth.

John Charles Gulliver, 2, born Culworth.

Arthur Percy Gulliver, 1, born Culworth.

 

1901   New Lane, Sulgrave, Northamptonshire.

 

Frank was 10 years and living with his parents & siblings.

Arthur, 37, a Grazier & Cattle Dealer – own account.

Emma, 38.

Edith, 13.

John, 12.

Arthur, 11.

Clara Maud Gulliver, 7, born Culworth.

Frederick Ralph Gulliver, 3, born Sulgrave.

Ruby Mary Gulliver, 2, born Sulgrave.

Albert Edward Gulliver, 1 month, born Sulgrave.

 

1911   Culworth, Northamtonshire.

 

Frank was a Farm Labourer. He was living with his parents & siblings.

Arthur, 46, a Farm Labourer.

Emma, 48.

John, 22, a Farm Labourer.

Arthur, 21, a Farm Labourer.

Ralph, 13, Farm Work.

Ruby, 12.

Albert, 10.

 

Soldiers’ Effects to Arthur Gulliver – father.

 

Frank is remembered on the war memorial at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Culworth, Northamptonshire.

Royal Horse Artillery

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