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George Stanley BRADSHAW

Private 19712 George Stanley BRADSHAW
19th Battalion, Manchester Regiment (Labour Corps),
transferred to 223272, 227th Division Employment Company

Died of illness,   Tuesday 5th November 1918,   14th General Hospital, Wimereanx, France,   age 30

Home address:417 Stockport Road, Gee Cross, Hyde, Cheshire
Born:1888, Glossop, Derbyshire
Parents:Jane Ann Bradshaw and Henry Bradshaw
4 Cross Cliffe, Apethorn, Gee Cross, Hyde, Cheshire
Marital status:Married to Mary Alice Bradshaw (née Faulkner)
45 King George Road, Hyde, Cheshire
Occupation:Cotton Spinner
Enlisted:Manchester, Lancashire
Remembered:Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille, Pas de Calais, France,
plot X, row B, grave 2.
Link to Hyde:Lived in Hyde

Died of Broncho Pneumonia.

Also known as Stanley Bradshaw.

Brother to Private 20723 Fred Bradshaw.

Messages of Remembrance, written for Werneth Low Cenotaph Unveiling, 25th June 1921:

In sad but loving memory of my dear husband
Signaller George Stanley Bradshaw (Manchester Regt.).
Nobly he went at duty's call, he gave his life - his all.
From his loving wife, Mary.

In sorrowing remembrance of our two dear brothers,
who gave their lives for king and country,
Pte. Fred Bradshaw (King's Own Yorks, Light Infantry),
Signalman George Stanley Bradshaw (Manchester Regiment).
A token of love from Lizzie and Bill, Evelyn and Louis.