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Nether Langwith
Sarah Elizabeth Blatherwick and William Stubbins married in 1895. William was a native of Nether Langwith and in 1901 worked as an insurance agent. The couple lived in Nether Langwith and had two children, a girl named Edith in 1898 and a boy, George Blatherwick Stubbins in 1898. In 1911, William was not only an insurance agent for the Prudential Assurance Co., but also a farmer. When he left school, George worked in a bank in London then moved to Mansfield where he was a bank clerk.
21 Mar 1917
2750783 - CWGC Website
TR/5 29745
53rd Bn King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Inscription on the War Memorial information board George B STUBBINGS (Private) Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 53rd Battalion. George Stubbings was the son of William & Sarah Elizabeth Stubbings of Nether Langwith. He was employed as a bank clerk in Mansfield. Whilst waiting to become eligible for active service, he joined the Young Mens’ Battalion. He died of pneumonia whilst in training at Rugeley, aged just 18 years. He is buried in Cuckney Churchyard. His is a private four foot white marble tiered cross.
As Nether Langwith village is in the parish of Norton Cuckney St Mary he is named on both Norton Cuckney St Mary and Nether Langwith memorials
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    Stubbins family grave in Cuckney Churchyard - Includes William, Sarah and George Blatherwick Stubbins