Roll of Honour of the 710 men of Hyde who fell in WW1
Private 3980322 William McDOUGALL of 24th Coy., Labour Corps, (Formerly 2nd Bn., Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment)
Died of Wounds Tuesday 16th October 1917, No.44 Casualty Clearing Station, Brandhoek, Belgium, age 45
|Home address:||42 Russell Street, Hyde, Cheshire|
|Born:||1872, Newton, Hyde, Cheshire|
|Parents:||Ann McDougall and Samuel McDougall of 42 Russell Street, Hyde, Cheshire|
|Marital status:||Married to Mary Ellen McDougall née Cross) of Barnoldswick, Lancashire|
|Occupation:||Weaver Cotton Mill|
|He enlisted in:||Skipton, Yorkshire|
|Remembered:||Nine Elms British Cemetery, Poperinge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, IV. C. 4.|
|Link to Hyde:||Lived in Hyde|
His wife Mary Ellen McDougall had died before he enlisted.
Private William McDougall died of a gun shot wound to the neck.
He had previously suffered a gun shot wound to the neck in June 1915 at Rouen, France.