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Name:
Edmund Carrick
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151485
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Sapper
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R.E.
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8 Delware
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Son of Joseph and Elizabeth Carrick, brother to Margaret, William (see separate entry on database), Ada, Florence, Barbara, Alice and Wilfred.

 

Lived at 13 South View, Evenwood.

 

In a Pals Brigade with others from Evenwood.  See 'Evenwood's Hey Day' by Elsie Anderson available at the Bowes Museum. 

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First Name: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Last Name: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Service: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Ranks: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Service Number: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Unit: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Home Address: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office); Teesdale Townships: Bishop Auckland Constituency Absent Voters' List Evenwood & Barony 1918 (Durham County Record Office);