Lillyman, Joseph Alfred

Joseph Alfred 

Lillyman

1895 - 1915
Aged19
Rank Private
Service no.11261
Regiment 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borders
DiedMay 9, 1915

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Joseph Alfred
Lillyman

Samuel Harry & Joseph Alfred Lillyman

Samuel and Joseph were born to Harry Lillyman, an agricultural labourer, and Mary (nee Dyke).

They had 6 children-
Mary Ann 1887
Annie 1889-1889
Martha Alice 1890
Sarah Emma 1892
Samuel Harry 1894
Joseph Alfred 1895
all born Chorlton, Lanes. both born in Shropshire.

1897 Mother, Mary, died in Shrops. Aged 34.

The family was split up after Mary’s death and there is no further record of Harry.
Martha Alice was adopted to a family in Ash St., Leicester, Sarah went to live with an aunt and uncle in Farringdon St. Leicester and by 1911 Samuel and Joseph (now known as Frederick) were boarding at 4 Rowan St., Leicester and working in the shoe factory.

Samuel became Private 10436 7th Battalion North Staffordshire (Prince of Wales’s ) Regiment and died of wounds, aged 20, on 4.11.1915. He is on the Helles Memorial (part xiii), Turkey although he was buried at sea probably being transported due to his wounds.

Joseph became Private 11261 2nd Battalion King’s Own Scottish Borders and Died of Wounds, aged 19, on 9.5.1915. He is buried at Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, France (viii.c.12).

Samuel and Joseph were the nephews of Mrs. Pitt of 61 Farringdon Street.
Samuels’ photograph is in Leicester Mercury 1.12.1915 Pg 5.
Daily Post 1.12.1915 Pg 8.
Illustrated Chronicle 4.12.1915 Pg19.
Joseph’s photograph is in Leicester Mercury 21.5.1915 Pg 7.

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