Roll of Honour of the 710 men of Hyde who fell in WW1
Tom Harry WILDE
Corporal 124 Tom Harry WILDE of Royal Army Medical Core, 54th (1st/ 1st East Anglian) Casualty Clearing Station (Territorial Force)
Died at Sea Friday 13th August 1915, Gallipoli, age 36
|Home address:||153 Dearne Road, Bolton-On Dearne, Rotherham, South Yorkshire|
|Born:||1879, Hyde, Cheshire|
|Parents:||Hannah Wilde and George Wild of 33 Stalybridge Road, Mottram, Cheshire|
|Marital status:||Married to Maria Wilde (née Schoolden) of 153 Dearne Road, Bolton-On Dearne, Rotherham, South Yorkshire|
|Occupation:||Pneumatic Signal Fitter, Great Central Railway|
|He enlisted in:||Wath-On-Dearne, County Durham|
|Remembered:||Helles Memorial, Turkey, Panel 199 and 200 or 236 to 239 and 328|
|Link to Hyde:||Born in Hyde|
Embarked on H.M.T. Royal Edward on passage from Alexandria to Gallipoli. Corporal Wild died at sea during the sinking of the H.M.T. Royal Edward at Gallipoli, on August 13th 1915. She took only six minutes to sink after being hit by torpedoes.
In the 1921 Cenotaph Unveiling Booklet his name is spelt Tom Harry Wild.