Laid to rest at the Field of Honour
Registered at birth as CHRISTOPHER CASTLE.
Born: 28th December 1866, 27, Topham Street, Islington East, Middlesex.
Died: 14th September 1916; age: 49; from nutra incompetence & myocardial failure, at the East Suffolk & Ipswich Hospital, Ipswich. No Post Mortem.
Residence: 14, Queen’s Place, Queensborough Street, Essex Road, Islington, Middlesex.
Enlistment Location: Holborn, Middlesex.
Date of Entry Therein: 24th May 1915 – France.
Rank: Packer & Loader/Private; Service Number: T4/107583.
Regiment: Royal Army Service Corps, ‘A’ Coy.
Medals Awarded: Victory, British War & Star.
1871 3, Hayes Place, Islington, Middlesex.
Christopher was 4 years old and living with his widowed father & siblings.
James Henry Castle, 48, a Ladies Shoe Maker, born Hoxton, Middlesex.
George Castle, 16, a Wood Chopper, born St. Luke’s, London.
Jane Castle, 14, born Islington.
Prudence Castle, Islington.
1881 9, Hayes Place, Islington, Middlesex.
Christopher was 15 years old, a Wood Chopper. He was living with his widowed father, sister & nephew.
James, 60, a Boot Maker – Journeyman.
Prudence, 21, a Laundress.
James William Castle, 2 months, born Islington.
1901 36, Britannia Row, Islington, Middlesex.
Joseph was 36 years old, a Box Maker – Telegraph Cables. He and his brother George were living at the family home of their sister Prudence.
William Golding, 40, a General Labourer, born Islington.
Prudence Golding (nee Castle), 40.
James William Castle Golding, 20, a Cabinet Maker, born Islington.
Arthur Golding, 18, a Printer, born Islington.
Alice M. Golding, 15, a Feather Curler – Quill, born Islington.
Joseph Golding, 10, born Islington – deaf & dumb.
George Castle, 47, a General Labourer.
1911 31, Bemerton Street, Islington, Middlesex.
Joseph was 46 years old, a Labourer – G.N.R.
Christopher’s mother was Sophia Jane Castle (nee Whitehouse), born 1829, Clerkenwell, Middlesex.
Christopher’s father, James Henry Castle died 1887, Islington.
Soldiers’ Effects to Mrs Prudence Golding – sister, of 36, Britannia Row, Islington, Middlesex.
Soldiers’ Effects to Prudence Golding – sister, a widow.