We remember Leonard Nussey

We remember Leonard Nussey

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1874
sibling Herbert Nussey Source:9024454 1874
1875
sibling Jane Nussey Source:9024454 1875
1876
sibling Ada Nussey Source:9024454 1876
1879
sibling George William Nussey Source:9024454 1879
1880
birth Woolley, near Barnsley, Yorkshire United Kingdom Source:9024452 Source:9024453 1880
1881
location Woolley Village, near Barnsley, Yorkshire United Kingdom parents address Source:9024453 3rd April 1881
1882
sibling Guy Nussey Source:9024454 1882
1885
sibling Frank Nussey Source:9024454 1885
1886
sibling Thomas Nussey Source:9024454 1886
1889
sibling Mary Ellen Nussey Source:9024454 1889
1891
dates Age 10 Source:9024454 5th April 1891
1891
location Number 27, Woolley Village, near Barnsley, Yorkshire United Kingdom parents address Source:9024454 5th April 1891
1901
dates Age 20 Source:9024456 31st March 1901
1901
employment Footman John Skipwith Herbert Fullerton Wentbridge, Kirk Smeaton, Hemsworth, Yorkshire United Kingdom Source:9024456 31st March 1901
1901
location Employed as a Footman at - The School House, Wentbridge, Kirk Smeaton, Hemsworth, Yorkshire United Kingdom other group residence address Source:9024456 31st March 1901
1904
marriage Gertrude Nussey nee Garlick Source:9024463 27th April 1904
1904
dates Age 23 Source:9025075 June 1904
1911
dates Age 31 Source:9024532 2nd April 1911
1911
location A visitor at - Shuckburgh Hall, near Daventry, Northamptonshire United Kingdom other group residence address Source:9024532 2nd April 1911
1911
employment Butler Probably Adam Cross Brixworth Hall, Brixworth, Daventry, Warwickshire United Kingdom Source:9024532 2nd April 1911
1916
location The Grange, Brixworth, near Daventry, Northamptonshire United Kingdom their own address Source:9024463 23rd August 1916
1916
dates Age 36 Source:9024463 24th August 1916
1916
enlistment Northampton, Northamptonshire United Kingdom Source:9024463 24th August 1916
1916
service British Army Private 27564 Northamptonshire Regiment 3rd (Reserve) Battalion Source:9024463 26th August 1916 - 1st December 1916
1916
theatres France & Belgium: 1a Source:9024463 1st December 1916 - 22nd January 1918
1916
service British Army Private 27564 Northamptonshire Regiment 2nd Battalion Source:9024463 2nd December 1916 - 16th May 1918
1917
hospitalisation Gun shot wound to head whilst on active service at Danill? or Darnell? France Hospital/Institution Source:9024463 26th December 1917 - 16th May 1918
1918
location 38 St Marys Road, Doncaster, Yorkshire United Kingdom their own address Source:9024463 16th May 1918
1918
discharge Source:9024463 16th May 1918
1918
dates Age 37 Source:9024463 16th May 1918
1919
location 19 Eccleston Square, London United Kingdom their own address Source:9024463 27th June 1919
1923
dates Age 42 Source:9025227 June 1923
employment Smallholder Probably self-employed Brixworth, near Daventry, Northamptonshire United Kingdom Source:9024463
1923
death Unknown Leonard Nussey died within 5 years of his being discharged from the army because of a gun shot wound to his head. He was 42. Newark Registration District, Nottinghamshire United Kingdom Source:9025227 1923

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Leonard
Initials L
Last Name Nussey
Source 3293507
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
19 Eccleston Square, London United Kingdom their own address known 27th June 1919
38 St Marys Road, Doncaster, Yorkshire United Kingdom their own address known 16th May 1918
A visitor at - Shuckburgh Hall, near Daventry, Northamptonshire United Kingdom other group residence address known 2nd April 1911
Employed as a Footman at - The School House, Wentbridge, Kirk Smeaton, Hemsworth, Yorkshire United Kingdom other group residence address known 31st March 1901
Number 27, Woolley Village, near Barnsley, Yorkshire United Kingdom parents address known 5th April 1891
The Grange, Brixworth, near Daventry, Northamptonshire United Kingdom their own address known 23rd August 1916
Woolley Village, near Barnsley, Yorkshire United Kingdom parents address known 3rd April 1881
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 27564 Northamptonshire Regiment 3rd (Reserve) Battalion Private
British Army 27564 Northamptonshire Regiment 2nd Battalion Private
Awards
AwardTypeSource
Silver War Badge Honourable Discharge
British War Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Victory Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Harriet Nussey nee Brooks mother
Joseph Nussey father
Siblings
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Herbert Nussey brother 1874
Jane Nussey sister 1875
Ada Nussey sister 1876
George William Nussey brother 1879
Guy Nussey brother 1882
Frank Nussey brother 1885
Thomas Nussey brother 1886
Mary Ellen Nussey sister 1889
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Gertrude Nussey nee Garlick wife 27th April 1904
Physical
ComplexionEyesHairSource
DateHeightSource
1916-08-24 5'8"

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Registration of Leonard Nussey's Birth Keith22624
Silver War Badge Roll Transcription Keith22624
Registration of Leonard Nussey's Death Keith22624
A Picture of Brixworth Hall on the Lost Heritage Website Keith22624
Wikipedia Entry on Shuckburgh Hall, near Daventry, Northamptonshire Keith22624
Marriage Recorded Brixworth Registration District Northamptonshire Keith22624
Death Recorded Newark Registration District, Nottinghamshire Keith22624

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A Northamptonshire Regiment Cap Badge Keith22624
Telegram 28 Dec 1917 - "Dangerously Wounded" Keith22624
Telegram 3 Jan 1918 - "Improving" Keith22624
Telegram 7 Jan 1918 - "off dangerously ill list" Keith22624

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