Roll of Honour of the 710 men of Hyde who fell in WW1
Corporal 3833 Henry ARMITAGE
2nd Battalion, Army Cyclist Corps,
formerly 3833 Army Corps of Clerks,
earlier 15067, Cheshire Regiment
Killed in Action, Thursday 2nd August 1917, France, age 39
|Home address:||16 Water Street, Hyde, Cheshire|
laret of 3, Methuen St., Longsight, Manchester
|Born:||1878, Sheffield, Yorkshire|
|Parents:||Mercy Armitage and James Armitage |
36 Nelson Street, Hyde, Cheshire
|Marital status:||Married to Amelia (Annie) Armitage (née Arnfield)|
3 Methuen Street, Longsight, Manchester, Lancashire
later of 124 Hemmons Rd, Longsight, Manchester
|Occupation:||Coal Miner, Kingston Colliery|
|Remembered:||Dickbusch New Military Cemetery Extesion, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, |
plot III, row G, grave 10.
|Link to Hyde:||Lived in Hyde|
Killed by a shell.
Father of Private 46300 James Armitage. His grave inscription includes: also in Memory of His Son James, Killed somewhere in France Sept. 2nd 1918 Age 19. Until we meet again.