Roll of Honour of the 710 men of Hyde who fell in WW1
Serjeant 58663 Charles ADAMS
20th Battalion, King's Liverpool Regiment
Died of wounds, Thursday 11th October 1917, Brook War Hospital, Woolwich, London, age 39
|Home address:||51 Spring Bank, Hyde, Cheshire|
|Born:||1878, Brighton, Sussex|
|Parents:||Elizabeth Adams and Charles Adams |
8 Duke Street, Southampton
|Marital status:||Married to Elizabeth Ann Adams (née Davies)|
51 Throstle Bank, Hyde, Cheshire
|Occupation:||Drivers Assistant, Messrs. Asthon's Throstle Bank Mill|
|Remembered:||Greenwich Cemetery, London, |
screen wall 1 C B 1073.
|Link to Hyde:||Lived in Hyde|
He was wounded in the left arm while fighting in France. He was sent back to Britain, to Brook War Hospital, Woolwich, where after two weeks he was operated on. Sadly he died after the operation.