Born: 1874, Ipswich.
Died: 24th October 1915; age 41; collasped and died of cerebral hemorrhage in Henslow Road, Ipswich.
DEATH IN THE STREET – On Sunday evening James Walter Carter, Landlord of The Shannon beerhouse, St. George’s Street, died suddenly in Henslow Road at about 5:30 p.m. The deceased was taken to his home shortly afterwards by Corpl. Ellem and others. In an inquest on Monday death was attributed to cerebral hemorrhage. Diss Express – 29th October 1915.
Residence: ‘Shannon Inn’ 23, St. George Street, Ipswich.
Occupation: Landlord and Licensed Victualler.
Rank: Gunner; Service Number: 36083.
Regiment: Royal Field Artillery, 5th Battery.
Labour Corps, 649275.
Medals Awarded: Victory, British War & 1914 Star + Clasp.
Relatives Notified & Address: Son of James Sewell Carter & Emma Carter; husband of Nellie Mary Carter, of 86, Surrey Road, Ipswich.
1881 Lincolnshire Buildings, Upper Cavendish Street, Ipswich.
James was 7 years old and living with his parents & siblings.
James Sewell Carter, 55, a Labourer, born Ipswich.
Emma Carter (nee Watson), 31, born Caston, Norfolk.
Emma Susannah Laura Carter, 10, born Wicklewood, Norfolk.
Alice Caroline Carter, 8, born Ipswich.
Albert Edward Carter, 5, born Ipswich.
Gertrude Rosanna Carter, 3, born Ipswich.
1891 65, Harland Street, Ipswich.
James was 17 years old, an Iron Turner & Fitter. He was living with his parents & siblings.
James, 66, a Weighbridge Officer & Clerk.
Alice, 18, a Dressmaker.
Albert, 15, an Office Boy.
Gertrude, 13, a Dressmaker.
1901 Military, Stanhope & Wellington Lines, Aldershot, Hampshire.
James was 28 years old, Soldier ranked Bombardier in the 92nd Battery, Royal Field Artillery. His wife was with him.
1911 ‘Shannon Inn’ 23, St. George Street, Ipswich.
James was 37 years old, a Beer House Keeper – Licensed Victualler. He was married & Head of the Household.
James’s father, James Sewell Carter, died 1900, Ipswich.
On Christmas Day, 1900, at St. Michael’s Church, Ipswich, James married Nellie Mary Bradley, born June 1878, Ipswich.
They had 1 son:
James William Carter, born December 1904, Ipswich.
On Wednesday, 20th January 1915, at Ipswich, James was tried at the Winter Assizes, before The Hon. Sir Thomas Gardner Horridge, KT., Justice of the High Court of Justice. James was 41 years old, a Soldier, with the degree of 5 for education – date of the warrant 11th January 1915 signed by Mayor of Ipswich, J.D. Cobbold, Esq. “Having received divers sums of money amounting together to £10 for and on account of Albert Ernest Plum and others the committee appointed by the members of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes’, unlawfully and fraudulently converting the same to his own and benefit, at Ipswich, on 16th November, 1914.” Verdict of the Jury – Not Guilty – Order of the Court – Discharged.
Soldiers’ Effects to Nellie Mary Carter – widow.
At the Fall of Singapore, 15th February 1942, James’s son, James Walter Carter, a Sergeant, 7356933 for the Royal Army Medical Corps was captured. James was a Butcher, his next of kin was his mother, Mrs. Nellie Mary Carter, of 86, Surrey Road, Ipswich.