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Name:Charles Henry CRIMES
Birth:30 Apr 1878 Tarvin, Cheshire, England Baptism:19 May 1878 Zion Primitive Methodist Chapel, Tarvin, Cheshire, England
Father:George CRIMES Mother:Emma JACKSON
Spouse:Annie E BRAZIER
Marriage:20 Apr 1902 Dawley, Shropshire, England
Children:Rose Amelia, Gladys, Gwendoline, Arthur George, Joyce Edith, Florence May, Lilian, Lewis Charles
Residence:1881 Tarvin, Cheshire, England
Residence:1891 Chester General Infirmary. Chester, Cheshire, England
Residence:1901 Callots Farm, Caldy, Cheshire, England
Residence:1907 Horsehay, Dawley, Shropshire, England
Residence:1911 Ticklerton, Church Stretton, Shropshire, England
Residence:1921 22 Clegg St., Skelmersdale, Lancashire, England
Residence:1923 Warpers Moss Lane, Burscough, Lancashire, England
Residence:1935 16 Church St., Wellington, Shropshire, England
Occupation:1901 Labourer on Farm
Occupation:1911 Farm Labourer
Enlisted in British ArmyMilitary Service30 Mar 1915Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
Estate:Grant of Probate7 Jan 1936London, England
Death:5 Dec 1935 Wellington, Shropshire, England
Country of last known residence:England Branch:Tarvin
K Garland has contributed, from Charles Henry's Military Service Records: "His service number was 063407. He enlisted on 30/3/1915 and was transferred home after 2 years in France for 3 months on compassionate grounds on 28/7/18 following the death of his 6 year old daughter Florence. It looks like he stayed in the UK. He had a medical exam on 14/4/1919 in Ormskirk, was granted furlough from 17/4/19 stamped Heaton Park and was transferred to Class Z Army Reserve from 15/5/1919."
There is some overlap between Military Service and the next item, but nevertheless both are believed to relate to the same person.
From www.ancestry.co.uk 'UK, Calendar of Prisoners, 1868-1929': "Charles Henry Crimes, 41, Labourer; Committed on 5 May 1919 for trial at Ormskirk on 27 May 1919; Offence - Incest; Verdict - Guilty; Sentence - 18 c.m. hard labour."
Charles Henry's Grant of Probate reads: "CRIMES Charles Henry of 16 Church Street Wellington Salop died 5 December 1935. Probate London 7 January [1936] to Robert Daniel Newill solicitor. Effects: £285 4s. 3d."