Roland Charles PATRICK

Geddington Roll of Honour 1914-18

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Roland Patrick

PATRICK, Roland Charles

Rank: Private
Service No: 15117
Regiment/Service: Essex Regiment – 11th Battalion
Died: 22/04/1917 – Killed in action probably in the Battle of Cambrai, aged 22
Memorial: Loos Memorial, France – Panel 85 to 87.
War Office Information: Son of Mr. J. T. Patrick, of 16, Queen Street, Geddington, Kettering.

Personal Information

Parents: John Thomas & Ellen Patrick
Born: Q3 1894, Kettering, Vol. 3b, Page 197
Baptised: 26 Aug 1894, Geddington (Ref. FHL Film No. 6127507 p 175)

1901 Census: Queen Street, Geddington
John Thomas Patrick (father); Aged 46; bricklayer; b. Geddington
Ellen Patrick (mother) Aged 44; b. Geddington
Harry Arthur (brother); Aged 18; bricklayer,; b. Geddington
John Thomas Patrick (brother); Aged 16; bricklayers apprentice; b. Geddington
Edith Rose Patrick (sister); Aged 13; b. Geddington
Hilda Mary Patrick (sister); Aged 11; b. Gedidngton
Roland Charles Patrick; Aged 6; b. Geddington
Evelyn Grace Patrick (sister); Aged 4; b. Gedidngton
Source Citation: Class: RG13; Piece: 1446; Folio: 135; Page: 9.

1911 Census: 16 Queen Street, Geddington
John Thomas Patrick (father); Aged 54; estate mason – married 35 years
Ellen Patrick (mother); Aged 54 – 9 children, 7 living
Harry Patrick (brother); Aged 28; bricklayer
John Patrick (brother); Aged 25; estate bricklayer
Hilda Patrick (sister); Aged 21
Roland Patrick: Aged 16; bricklayers labourer
Evelyn Patrick (sister); Aged 11
Source Citation: Class: RG14; Piece: 8566; Schedule Number: 21.


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