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Lieut. Stanley Hurst Williams.

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deano

This from Fulwood Cemy in Sheffield.

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The inscription reads -

Stanley Hurst Williams,

Lieutenant 6th Wiltshire Regiment.

third son of George & Helen Williams and beloved husband of Margaret Braid Williams,

who died 19th Dec. 1919 result of having been wounded and prisoner of war in Germany, and was

interred 22nd December 1919, aged 29.

His brother 2nd Lieut. Douglas Williams also fell, July 1916.

Just wondering if anyone can find him on CWGC before i start down the line of DC's?

There is what i beleive his MIC at TNA, he also appears on a couple of memorials here in Sheffield.

any help much appreciated,

regards,

Dean.

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jay dubaya

Hi Dean,

no can't find him, no entry on SDGW either. His brother DoW on 10/07/1916, 11th Bn KOYLI attatched to the 9th Bn

Jon

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NeilEvans

Just used Geoff's search engine to no avail.

Also looked for his MiC on Ancestry, no luck here either

Neil

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deano

Thank you for double checking for me.

I'll let this simmer for a week see if anything turns up, then look at getting a DC.

Dean.

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chrisharley9

Dean

have checked the Times to no avail

Chris

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Neil Clark

Looks promising.... Nice one Dean. ;)

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KEP54

Did you get anywhere with this enquiry? Also, what is a DC?

Keith

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michaelpi

https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/75229762/williams,-stanley-hurst/

 

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jay dubaya
9 hours ago, KEP54 said:

Did you get anywhere with this enquiry? Also, what is a DC?

 

His death was accepted on 1st November 2011 see here. DC - death certificate

 

J

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