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Name:Wilfred CHRIMES
Birth:28 Apr 1899 Crowton, Cheshire, England Baptism:18 Jun 1899 Christ Church, Crowton, Cheshire, England
Father:William CHRIMES Mother:Elizabeth PARTINGTON
Residence:1901 Bent Lane, Crowton, Cheshire, England
Residence:1903 Bent Lane, Crowton, Cheshire, England
Residence:1911 Bent Lane, Crowton, Cheshire, England
Death:4 Oct 1918 France
Country of last known residence:England Branch:Crowton
Wilfred was admitted to Crowton Church of England Primary School on 1 September 1903. He left that school on 25 April 1913 for "Farm".
From The Chester Chronicle of 11 November 1916: "DAMAGE TO TELEGRAPH INSULATORS. John Cheswynd, aged 13, of Acton Bridge, and Wilfred Chrimes, of Crowton, were summoned for attempting to break telegraph insulators at Crowton on Sunday, August 20th..... In the case of Chrimes, a companion named Roger Kearsley, farm labourer, stated that the defendant fired at the insulators with a catapult, but did not break any. - Each defendant was fined 20s."
Wilfred died whilst serving in WWI and is buried at Aubers Ridge British Cemetery, Aubers, France.