Watts, George



1895 - 1917
Rank Driver
Service no.165072
Regiment Royal Field Artillery




Adopted son of James & Elizabeth Watts of Lorrimer Road. He left school on 24th July 1908 aged 13

He Married Catherine E Healey in 1917June ¼ in Shoreditch


1901 Census 8, Lorrimer Road, Leicester,

James WattsHeadMarriedMale421859Shoetrade Presser Leicester

ElizabethWattsWife MarriedFemale38 1863 –      Nottingham

Joseph Watts Son Single Male 15 1886 – Leicester

Elsie Watts Daughter- Female 4 1897 – Leicester

GeorgeWatts Adopted Son -Male 6 1895 – Leicester

Edie Watts Daughter -Female0 1901 – Leicester,


1911 Census 8 Lorrimer Road Leicester,

James Watts Head MarriedMale 50 1861 Shoe Hand Pressman Leicester

ElizabethWattsWife MarriedFemale49 1862 – Nottingham Nottinghamshire

Joseph Watts Son Single Male 25 1886 Shoe Hand Seamstress Leicestershire Leicester

GeorgeWatts Son Single Male 16 1895 Hosiery Errand Boy Leicestershire Leicester

ElsieWatts Daughter Single Female 14 1897 Hosiery Errand Girl Leicestershire Leicester

EdithWatts Daughter Single Female 10 1901 – Leicestershire Leicester


Cause of deathKIA

Burial commemoration Vlamertinghe

New Mil.Cem., Belgium

He was the husband of Catherine Elizabeth Watts.

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