Sale WW1 

Stanley William Dyson

Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:11th Bn
Name of Rgt or Ship:Manchester Rgt
How Died:Died of Wounds
Country of burial:BelgiumGrave Photo:Yes
Cemetery or Memorial:Dozinghem Cemetery, Poperinge
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born during the June quarter 1895 in the York R.D. - ref: 9d/10,  the son
of William Bielby & Edith Rose Dyson (nee Nicholson) who were married in
the Altrincham R.D.

1901 Census - Hollins House - Eskdaleside, Eskdale cum Ugglebarnby, Whitby,
Yorshire.   Son - aged: 5 - born: Yorkshire.    Head of household - Edith
Rose Dyson [Listed as a Boarder] - Married - aged: 31 - born: Barnard
Castle, Durham.   His father was a Visitor at the White Swan Hotel,
Parliament Street, York.  He was aged: 45 and a Woolen Merchant (Employer),
born at York.

His father - William Bielby Dyson died at Whitby during the September
quarter 1903, aged: 47 and his mother - Edith Rose Dyson also died at
Whitby during the September quarter 1903, aged: 35.  Suddenly Stanley is a
7 year old orphan.

1911 Census - Constitution Hill, Wellington, Shropshire.   Boarder - aged:
15 - Student - born: York, Yorkshire.

Nephew of Mrs. Moorhouse, late of Sale.   Attended Manchester University.


Death reported in the 19/10/1917 edition of the Altrincham Guardian.

Listed in the Guardian Year Book - Roll of Honour for 1918.

CWGC - Son of W.B. & E. Dyson.

Memorial Rolls - Son of William B. Dyson, York.   Born 1895.   Rossall
Preparatory and Wellington College, Manchester University: 1913; Student in
Chemistry; Member of the Officer Training Corps, October 1914 to January
1915.   Gazetted 1915; Served with the 14th Battalion Manchester Regiment;
Captain; Gallipoli, Egypt, and Western Front.   Died of wounds 5th October
19 1 7 near Ypres.

Memorials found on:
Manchester University
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