We remember Basil Ferris Campbell Atkinson

We remember Basil Ferris Campbell Atkinson

Timeline

Timeline

1895
birth Tunbridge Wells, Kent United Kingdom Source:8633131 Source:8633140 1st September 1895
1900
sibling Aileen N D Atkinson Source:8633142 1900
1901
location St John's Vicarage, Lewisham United Kingdom parents address Source:8633142 1901
1911
location 8 Garden Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent United Kingdom Source:8633140 1911
1916
enlistment Maidstone, Kent United Kingdom Source:8633134 23rd May 1916
1916
service British Army 1461 Border Regiment 4th Battalion Source:8495499 23rd May 1916
1916
location Clyde House Tunbridge Wells, Tunbridge Wells Municipal Borough, KENT, ENGLAND United Kingdom Source:8461358 1916
1925
employment Under-Librarian Magdalene College - University of Cambridge Cambridge United Kingdom Source:8633185 1925 - 1960
education Magdalene College, University of Cambridge Cambridge United Kingdom Source:8633185
employment Student reading for Holy Orders ENGLAND United Kingdom Source:8461358
1971
death Cambridge United Kingdom Source:8633131 1971

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Basil Ferris Campbell
Initials BFC
Last Name Atkinson
Source 8461358
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
8 Garden Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent United Kingdom known 1911
Clyde House Tunbridge Wells, Tunbridge Wells Municipal Borough, KENT, ENGLAND United Kingdom 1916
St John's Vicarage, Lewisham United Kingdom parents address known 1901
Contribution

Conscientious Objector

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 1461 Border Regiment 4th Battalion
Objection

Motivation: Religious CO preparing to become an Anglican priest; NCF (No-Conscription Fellowship)
Reason: alternativist
Source:

TypeDetailsLocationSource
Prison Maidstone CP (Civil Prison) 14.6.16 to HOS (The Home Office Scheme, administered by the Brace Committee) Dyce 21.8.16;
Central Tribunal Central Tribunal Nos. W.170 Class: A - Genuine
Work Centre HOS (The Home Office Scheme, administered by the Brace Committee) 21.8.16 Dyce; 23.9.16 to Army Reserve Class W; Oct.1916 Dyce Camp (photo.70)
War Service NCC(CM) (Disobeyed orders in the Non-Combatant Corps) Details of Court Martial: NCC (Non-Combatant Corps) 23.5.16 Maidstone (4 Eastern) CM (Court Martial) Seaford 3.6.16 - 12 months HL (With hard labour) com.to 6 months HL (With hard labour), Maidstone CP (Civil Prison)
Military Service Tribunal MST (Military Service Tribunal) Tunbridge Wells 9.3.16 Appealed as a CO for Absolute Exemption - refused; Kent County Appeal 18.4.16 - ECS (Exemption from Combatant Service) only, non-combatant; Central Tribunal at Wandsworth MP (Military Prison) 9.8.16 - CO class A, to Brace Committee
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Florence Edith Atkinson mother
Robert W Atkinson father
Siblings
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Aileen N D Atkinson sister 1900

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Official Records

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The Pearce Register of British WW1 Conscientious Objectors
England & Wales births 1837-2006 Transcription Rob1245
England & Wales deaths 1837-2007 Transcription Rob1245
British Army Service Records 1914-1920 Transcription Rob1245
1911 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription Rob1245
1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription Rob1245

External Evidence

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West Kent Appeal Tribunal Conscientious Objector Case Files Rob1245
West Kent Appeal Tribunal Conscientious Objector Case Files Rob1245
Church Society Journal 'Churchman' volume 111/3 Rob1245
The Military Service Act Joanna19174

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