Tunnicliffe, Enoch



1897 - 1917
Rank Sergeant
Service no.9/14860
Regiment Leicestershire Regiment 9th Bn
DiedMarch 2, 1917



Born in 1897 the son of Henry and Sarah Ann Tunnicliffe, of 68, Sheridan St., Knighton Fields, Leicester.


1911 Census 68 Sheridan Street Leicester,

Henry TunnicliffeHusbandMarried Male471864BootmakerStone

William HyTunnicliffeSonSingleMale241887Railway PlatelyrStone

Agnes TunnicliffeDaugSingleFemale221889Boot Fitter Stone Staffs

Carrie ElizthTunnicliffeDaughterSingleFemale201891 Boot MachinestNorthampton

Enoch TunnicliffeSonSingleMale181893Boot FinisherLeicester

ClementTunnicliffeSon- Male15 1896 Gpo Messenger Leicester

Gladys IreneTunnicliffeDaughter Female 41907 – –


1901 Census 68, Sheridan Street, Leicester,    

Henry Tunnicliffe Head Married Male 38 1863 Shoe Laster Stone, Staffordshire,

Sarah A Tunnicliffe Wife Married Female 38 1863 Laundress Stone, Staffordshire,

Agnes Tunnicliffe Daughter – Female 12 1889 – Stone, Staffordshire,

Carrie E Tunnicliffe Daughter – Female 10 1891 – Northamptonshire,

Enoch Tunnicliffe Son  – Male 8 1893 – Leicestershire,

Clement Tunnicliffe Son – Male 5 1896 – Leicestershire,


Enlisted Aug., 1914.


Remembered with Honour

Vermelles British Cemetery

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