Charles Adderley

Randall Arthur Alcock

George Henry Allsopp

William Allwood

George Herbert Alton

Thomas Alton

Stephen Annable

Harold Arnold

Arthur Ashton

David Johnson Barber

Thomas William Barker

Raymond Theodore Frederick Barnett M.B.E, R.A.M.C.

John Bates

Samuel Wood Bath

George Edward Belfield

Samuel Arthur Belfield

Allan Bembridge

Arthur Bembridge

John Bembridge

Albert Beresford

George Alexander Berkin

Harry Birkin (Berkin)

William Blackham

James Puttock Blagg

Charles Frederick Bloor

Albert Blount

James William Blount

William Bond

Charlie Boot

Ernest Boot

William Herbert Boot

William James Booth

Samuel Bower

Fred Bowler M.M.

George Bowmer

William Brailsford

Charles Reginald Brandreth

John George Brentnall

George Brown

David John Burbridge

George Burdett

Arthur Butler

John Butler

Private 10072

Charles Adderley

Inns of Court Officer Training Corps (The Devil's Own)

Died from 'cerebral trouble' at the King's College Hospital Camberwell London on Tuesday 23rd October 1917 aged 33, he had been transferred to the King's College Hospital from the Aylesbury Hospital.

Charles joined the Inns of Court Officer Training Corp on Friday 1st December 1916 and served in 'A' Company he then went to No. 14 Officer Cadet battalion on Tuesday 30th January 1917.

On Monday 28th September 1914, the Inns of Court Officer Training Corps moved to Berkhamsted and remained throughout the war. 12,000 officers were trained, and a memorial on Berkhamsted Common remembers the 2,000 who trained there but never returned from the war.

Burial Place

Charles was buried in the Belper Cemetery with full military honours and is also named on the St. Alkmund's Church war memorial on Kedleston Road in Derby.

Residence

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Family

Born in Belper in 1885, enlisting in Pontefract, Charles was the son of the late William Adderley, a Collector of poor rate in Belper for 21 years, and Harriet Adderley, of Belper, he was the husband of Margaret Burton (formerly Adderley), of 19 St. Alkmund's Churchyard, Derby, they had two children.

Employment

Charles was employed as a Clerk at the County Court Office in Pontefract but had previously been employed at the County Court Office Belper.

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