Born: 19 September 1890 in Ash, Whitchurch, Shropshire.
Family: He was the second of three children born to Thomas Mottram, a gravel getter, and his wife Mary. He married Ada Brown in 1913 in Whitchurch and together they had five children – Cyril, Eunice M, Gerald, Nesta and Joyce M.
Residence: In 1891 he lived in Ash Magna, Whitchurch; in 1901 he lived in Vicarage Road, Ash, Whitchurch. By 1911 the family had moved to 26 Claypit Street, Whitchurch. The 1919 Absent Voters’ Register shows him living at 12 Alkington Road, Whitchurch. In 1939 and at the time of his death he was living at Beaumont, Sedgeford, Whitchurch.
Employment: He was a domestic gardener in 1911 and in 1939.
Died: In 1965 in Whitchurch Cottage Hospital, aged 74 and was buried on 4 February the same year in Whitchurch cemetery.
Regiment: Royal Army Service Corps
Service Number: M2/182437
Date of Enlistment: Not known
Date of Discharge: Not known
Reason for Discharge: Not known
Other Information: His brother George Mottram also served in WW1.