Samuel Condliffe

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Samuel CONDLIFFE, son of James CONDLIFFE (1874- ) and Annie Florence EARDLEY (1869- ), was born in 1894 (calculated) in Crewe.1,2 He appeared in the census on 31 March 1901 in Lymm Cheshire aged 6.3 The address was: Yew Tree Terace. He appeared in the census on 2 April 1911 in Romily Near Stockport aged 16.2 The address was: 20 Compstall. On 2 April 1911 he was an Office Boy Bleach Works in Romily Near Stockport.2 Industry or Service with which worker is connected: Bleach Works
Whether Employer, Worker, or Working on Own Account: Worker. Samuel died on 13 February 1916 in France.4
From Findmypast:
Soldiers died in the Great War 1914-1919 Transcription
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First name(s) SAMUEL
Last name CONDLIFFE
Service number 12043
Rank L/CPL
Regiment Manchester Regiment
Battalion 19th Battalion.
Birth place SANDBACH, CHESHIRE
Residence STOCKPORT, CHESHIRE
Enlistment place MANCHESTER
Death year 1916
Death day 13
Death month 2
Cause of death Killed in action
Death place France & Flanders
Theatre of war Western European Theatre
Supplementary Notes -
Category Military, armed forces & conflict
Record collection First World War
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Soldiers Died in the Great War database Naval and Military Press Ltd 2010.

Other information from Army Records:
Height 5' 7"
Weight 128lbs
Chest 35" fully extended
Range of expansion 3"
Complexion Pale
Eyes Grey
Hair Dark
Church of England Yes
Fit for Service.

Effects listed at Death:
2 Stamps
1 ?
10 Photos
9 Postcards
1 Wallet
2 Handkerchiefs
7 more items which were unclear although one looked like "watch".

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