1918-2008: Ninety Years of Remembrance

Soldier Record

Patrick Christopher Carroll

Contributed by: Edward Carroll, on 2008-11-10

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Rank
First Name Patrick Christopher
Surname Carroll
Year of Birth 1869
Year of Death Unknown
Regiment King's Regiment (Liverpool)
Place of Wartime Residence Ireland

Patrick Christopher's Story

I never met my uncle but have got his medal record, Corporal No 19775 B Co 13 Battalion Kings Liverpools. Also a post card written before embarking for France as part of The British Expeditionary Force. Posted on 8th Nov 1914-he was based at Corton Camp Wiltshire and was leaving the Camp on the next Monday for Bournemouth. The postmark is Sherington Camp.Signed off'until I write again..'

He did survive the War.The only other record I have is he was at some stage at the Stoke-onTrent War Hospital (possibly 10/01/1916).And a note parcels were limited to 7lbs weight. I believe he died in the late 1950's in the Wolverhampton, Dudley area.

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