Ratcliffe, J.J

Dates:

Address:

He is believed to have lived in Catford, but his address is unknown. He was aged 47 in 1918 and was married with one child. He worked as a grocery and general store manager.

Conscientious Objection during the First World War:
The motivation for his conscientious objection is unknown.

War Service:
He was referred by the London County Military Service Tribunal to the Pelham Committee and worked under its terms from 10 October to 10 December 1918. He was in such poor health, and with a dangerously weak heart, that he was offered light work with Messrs Robertsons, preserve manufacturers, Catford.

After the First World War:

Source:
Cyril Pearce, University of Leeds, Pearce Register of British Conscientious Objectors


Ann O'Brien, Volunteer Lewisham Local History and Archives Centre, 16 January 2017

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