Private Alfred Hopwood

North Staffordshire Regiment

Died: Saturday 26 May 1917 (aged 36)

Connected records

Record:
HOPWOOD, ALFRED
Additional information:
Husband of Martha Ellen Hough (formerly Hopwood), of 20, May St., Silverdale, Staffs.
Cemetery:
LONGUENESSE (ST. OMER) SOUVENIR CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
IV. C. 9.
Country:
France

Possible matches

The following sources have potential matches based on the name and other information associated with this record. They may or may not be connected to this person but are provided for your further research

Name recorded:
Hopwood, Alfred
Memorial:
Broughton Copper Works Roll of Honour (Lost) (WMR 66505)
Location:
,
Name recorded:
Hopwood, Alfred
Memorial:
St Michaels Church WW1 (WMR 52331)
Location:
Hough Green, Cheshire
Name recorded:
Hopwood, Alfred
Memorial:
Ickleton (WMR 3437)
Location:
Ickleton, Cambridgeshire
Name recorded:
Hopwood, Alfred
Memorial:
St Laurence Church WW1 (WMR 51398)
Location:
Chorley, Lancashire
Name recorded:
Hopwood, A
Memorial:
St Marks WW1 Window And Plaque (WMR 15949)
Location:
Bredbury, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Hopwood, A
Memorial:
St Marks Church Window WW1 (WMR 38307)
Location:
Basford, Staffordshire
Name recorded:
Hopwood, A
Memorial:
Privett Parish WW1 Roll Of Honour (WMR 21842)
Location:
Privett, Hampshire
Name recorded:
Hopwood, A
Memorial:
Men Of Cambridgeshire And The Isle Of Ely (WMR 12935)
Location:
Ely, Cambridgeshire

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Name:
Second Lieutenant S F Hopwood
Context:
award
Date:
28 May 1917
Diary:
1 DIVISION: 25 Brigade Royal Field Artillery (page 292)