Hyde War Memorial Trust

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William BARLOW

Lance Corporal 12866 William BARLOW of 7th Bn., Border Regiment

Died of Wounds Friday 12th October 1917, Casualty Clearing Station, Belgium, age 18

Of:28 Wood St, Hyde, Cheshire
Born:1899, Hyde, Cheshire
Parents:Emma Barlow and John Barlow of 14 Bank Street, Hyde, Cheshire
Marital status:Married to Florence Barlow (née Hadfield)
Occupation:Collier, New Moss Colliery
He enlisted in:Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire
Remembered on:Dozinghem Millitary Cemetery, Westvleteren, Poperinge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium,   XI. H. 9.
Link with Hyde:Born in Hyde

Notes:

Died of a gunshot wound in side of stomach and left arm.

When he was injured he asked for a cigarette to be lit and placed in his mouth before the stretcher bearers took him to the casualty clearing station, where he died.

Clarendon Hotel Roll of Honour
In memory of the boys, who made the supreme sacrifice:
J. Lindley, W. Barlow, J. Hardinge, F. Moss, G. Froggatt;
also their late secretary, W. Wallworth.
From Mrs. Platt (hon. treas.).
Message of Remembrance, written for Werneth Low Cenotaph Unveiling June 25th 1921