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Allan Harrison HUDSON

Second Lieutenant Allan Harrison HUDSON of 1st / 9th Bn., Manchester Regiment

Died of Wounds Sunday 13th June 1915, Dardanelles, age 20

Of:Denstone College, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
Born:1895, Heaton Norris, Cheshire
Parents:Ann Hudson and Jervis Tarbuck Hudson of Cheshire Cheese Hotel, Newton, Hyde, Cheshire
Marital status:Single
Occupation:Student
He enlisted in:
Remembered on:Grave/Panel A. 20 of the memorial in Lancashire Landing Cemetery, Turkey
and a window dedicated to him is in St Stephen's Church, Flowery Field, see note below
Link with Hyde:Lived in Hyde

Notes:“The telegram in which the sad news was contained:- Regret to inform you Second-Lieutenant A. H. Hudson, 9th Manchester Regiment, died of wounds; report dated 14th June. Lord Kitchener expresses his sympathy.”
  The Reporter At War, September, 1989, page 19, Col.3.

Window Memorial at St. Stephen's Church (now closed), Flowery Field. . The brass plaque says: “To the glory of God and in loving memory of their only son, Allan Harrison HUDSON, 2nd Lieutenant 1/19th Manchester Regiment, who was killed in action in Gallipoli, June 13th 1915 aged 20 years. The East Window is erected by his devoted father and mother”. From www.tamesidefamilyhistory.co.uk

(Some records incorrectly show the address as Newton, Lancashire.   See our notes on County Confusion.)