Hyde War Memorial Trust

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Charles Edward HERMAN

Serjeant 14571 Charles Edward HERMAN of Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), (Formerly 27953 Cheshire Regiment)

Died of Wounds Tuesday 24th September 1918, No.48 Casualty Clearing Station, Brie, France, age 29

Of:Cottage, Baguley Street, Droylsden, Lancashire
Born:1889, Droylsden, Lancashire
Parents:Eliza Herman and Charles Herman of Cottage, Baguley Street, Droylsden, Lancashire
Marital status:Married to Lena Herman (née Davenport) of 8 Miles Street, Ewen Fields, Hyde, Cheshire
Occupation:
He enlisted in:Hyde, Cheshire
Remembered on:Grave/Panel II. C. 9. of the memorial in Brie British Cemetery, Somme, France
Link with Hyde:Enlisted in Hyde

Notes:Awarded Military Medal