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  • photo originally published in the Worksop Guardian and now in the Borough of Worksop Roll of Honour of the Great War 1914-1918 in Worksop Library.
Person Details
Worksop, Nottinghamshire
Samuel Woodcock was born in Worksop in 1892. He had one brother, George, 3 years his senior, born in Worksop in 1899. Their parents were John & Mary Woodcock and lived at 147 Eastgate for many years. George married in 1910 and by 1911 Samuel was living with his brother and wife at 92 Kilton Road, working as a colliery coal carter. In 1916, Samuel married his cousin, Minnie Woodcock, and in the same year had a daughter Phylis.
26 Oct 1917
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875696 - CWGC Website
29193
Private
1/4th Bn Northumberland Fusiliers
Pte. Sam Woodcock Worksop Guardian 16 August 1918 After months of anxiety, the relatives of Pte. Samuel Woodcock, Northumberland Fusiliers, who was reported missing since October 26th, 1917, have received official information that it is presumed he was killed on that date or since. Pte. Woodcock. Who was married and has one child, lived at 147, East Gate, Worksop. He is the brother of Mr. G. Woodcock, horse slaughterer, and before enlisting, he assisted him in that business. Much sympathy is expressed with his wife who now resides with her relatives at Rufford, and other relatives.
CWG additional information:- Son of John Woodcock, of 147, Eastgate, Worksop, Notts; husband of Minnie Woodcock, of Clyde House, Southwell, Notts. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium. Research by Colin Dannatt
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  • photo originally published in the Worksop Guardian and now in the Borough of Worksop Roll of Honour of the Great War 1914-1918 in Worksop Library.
    Samuel Woodcock - photo originally published in the Worksop Guardian and now in the Borough of Worksop Roll of Honour of the Great War 1914-1918 in Worksop Library.