Second Lieutenant William Hubert Dyson

London Regiment (Queen's Westminster Rifles)

Died: Friday 14 July 1916 (aged 24)

Connected records

Record:
DYSON, WILLIAM HUBERT
Additional information:
Son of Dr. William Dyson, M.D. and Mrs. E. J. Dyson, of 35, Westbourne Rd., Sheffield.
Cemetery:
FILLIEVRES BRITISH CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
A. 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:
Dyson, W H
Memorial:
Wombwell Reform Club Members - WW1 (WMR 46706)
Location:
Wombwell, South Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Dyson, W H
Memorial:
St Marys Church (WMR 46576)
Location:
Linton, Cambridgeshire
Name recorded:
Dyson, W H
Memorial:
Men Of Cambridgeshire And The Isle Of Ely (WMR 12935)
Location:
Ely, Cambridgeshire
Name recorded:
Dyson, W H
Memorial:
Loyal Orange Institution Of England No 7 St Pauls Toxteth District (WMR 15695)
Location:
Toxteth, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Dyson, W H
Memorial:
Mapplewell And Staincross (WMR 28097)
Location:
Mapplewell, South Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Dyson, W H
Memorial:
London and South Western Railway Arch (WMR 12182)
Location:
Waterloo, Greater London
Name recorded:
Dyson, W H
Memorial:
Linton (WMR 12944)
Location:
Linton, Cambridgeshire

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Name:
combat Colonel Dyson
Context:
Date:
14 Jul 1916
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 8 Infantry Brigade: 2 Battalion Royal Scots. (page 324)