Charles Lloyd Suker

Personal Details

Born: In 1893 in Whitchurch, Shropshire and baptised 4 October the same year at St. Alkmund`s Church, Whitchurch.

Family: He was the fifth of ten surviving children born to Edward Suker, a cattle dealer, and his wife Elizabeth, nee Williams. His parents had fourteen children altogether but four died in infancy. He married Lily May Adams in 1929 in Nantwich, Cheshire. No children can be found for the marriage.

Residence: At the time of his baptism his address was given as Claypit Street Terrace, Whitchurch but by 1901 his family had moved to 3 Venables Yard. Some ten years later and the family were at 27 Newtown, Whitchurch. This was the address given for him on the 1919 Absent Voters` List. At the time of his death in 1933 he was living at 35 Talbot Crescent, Whitchurch.

Employment: In 1911 he was a tin smith.

Died: In 1933 in Whitchurch, Shropshire, aged 40, and was buried in Whitchurch Cemetery on 15 November the same year.

Military Details

Reason for Discharge: Demobilised

Other Information: His brother Herbert also served in WW1.

Other military details not known

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