Hyde War Memorial Trust

Roll of Honour of the 710 men of Hyde who fell in WW1

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Gunner 60330 John HOUGH of 13th Bn., Bedfordshire Regiment (Formerly 188040 Gunner, 179th Bde. Royal Field Artillery)

Died of Wounds and Illness Tuesday 18th February 1919, Ladywell Hospital, Bermondsey, Surrey, age

Home address:71 Back Lane, Hyde
Marital status:Married to Ellen B. Hough
He enlisted in:
Remembered:Northampton (Kingsthorpe) Cemetery, Northamptonshire,   48. 2. 1628
Link to Hyde:Lived in Hyde

On 9th January 1918 Private Hough was admitted to 149th Field Ambulance after being wounded by a gas shell.

Recorded in 1921 Memorial Booklet as Died in 1918.
Soldiers Effects record says died 28/02/1919.