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
13th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment
formerly 188040 Gunner, 179th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery

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

Home address:71 Back Lane, Hyde*
Marital status:Married to Ellen B. Hough
Remembered:Kingsthorpe Cemetery, Northampton, UK,
grave 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.

* Back Lane, Hyde, is now part of Lumn Road.   See our notes on Old Place Names.