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    Default BOSTOCK, Arthur b1889 Ilkeston, Derbys - WW1

    This man was adopted by his uncle, John Henry CLAY (of the Mundy Arms, Ilkeston) and was known as Arthur CLAY - so his WW1 Service Records are mis-filed in WO 363:

    Arthur BOSTOCK, enlisted December 1915, declared age 26y 5m, born Ilkeston.
    Served as 32041 Machine Gun Company & 205330 Tanks.
    Discharged 1919.

    Married Sarah J TATHAM in Q4 1915 (this info is from freebmd - there is a letter from her, signed S J CLAY, explaining the different surname on her marriage certificate).

    Anc****y, CLA, pages 201156 to 201181

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    ... and there's more! (found too late to amend the first posting)
    More records, and confirmation that Arthur married Sarah Jane TATHAM on 15 December 1915 at Ilkeston.

    Anc****y, CLA, pages 201230 to 201240

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