Altrincham WW1 

Norman Woodall

Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:08th Bn ('D' Coy)
Name of Rgt or Ship:Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Royal Berkshire Rgt)
How Died:Killed in Action
Country of burial:France
Cemetery or Memorial:Thiepval Memorial
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born during the September quarter 1890 in the Toxteth Park R.D. - ref:
8b/151, the eldest son of James Clarke & Mary Woodall (nee Garner).

1891 Census - 55 Morton Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool.   Son - aged: 9
months - born: Toxteth Park.   Head of household - James C. Woodall -
Married - aged: 22 - occ: Grocer's Assistant - born: Timperley.  Also Mary
Woodall - Wife - aged: 22 - born: Timperley.   Plus his paternal
grandparents and his maternal grandfather.

1901 Census - Stockport Road, Timperley (two doors along from the Railway
Inn).    Son - aged: 10 - born: Liverpool.   Head of household - James
Woodall - Married - aged: 32 - occ: Grocer's Assistant - born: Timperley. 
Also Mary Woodall - Wife - aged: 32 - born: Timperley.   Plus 2 younger

His father - James Clarke  Woodall died in 1905 - aged: 36.

1911 Census - Stockport Road, Timperley.   Son - aged: 20 - occ: Invoice
Clerk - born: Liverpool.   Head of household - Mary Woodall - Widow - aged:
42 - born: Timperley.   Plus 3 younger siblings.

Employed by the Anglo-American Oil Co. Ltd., Manchester.

He took a great interest in the YMCA Institute at Timperley.

Enlisted in February 1916 and was drafted to the front in August 1916. 
Formerly 4308 - Cheshire Rgt.

Death reported in the 29/03/1918 edition of the Altrincham Guardian.   See
also the 05/04/1918 edition of the local newspaper.

Commemorated on the private family gravestone in Christ Church Churchyard.

His father, James Clarke died 25/05/1905 aged 36 years and his mother, Mary
died 28/03/1942 aged 73 years.

His younger brother was at the front serving with the Cheshire Rgt.

Memorials found on:
Christ Church (Timperley)
Altrincham & District Roll of Honour
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