Name: Arthur Edward Goodrick
Service no: 86038
Regiment/service: Royal Field Artillery
Paul Allen writes:
Arthur Goodrick, a former Scarborough postman, served during the war (Regimental Number 86038) with the Royal Field Artillery and although wounded during September 1916 he survived the war together with his sister Edith Mary who served during the conflict as a Sister and Staff Nurse with the Territorial Nursing Service.
He was the brother of William Goodrick, who was killed in the war.
At the time of the 1901 Census of Scarborough’s population the Goodricks resided at 69 Eastborough, the family consisting of Richard, 38 years of age, employed as a postman, Jessie, 37 years, Edith Mary (18), Jane Beatrice (16), Alfred (Arthur?) (14), Thomas (12), John Richard (10), Alice (7), Robert Edward (4), William (2), and Jessie, aged 5 months. All were born in Scarborough.