Urmston WW1 

Harold Sidney Fielding

Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:01st [2] Field Ambulance
Name of Rgt or Ship:Royal Army Medical Corps
How Died:Killed in Action
Country of burial:BelgiumGrave Photo:Yes
Cemetery or Memorial:Belgian Battery Corner Cemetery
Town Memorial:Stretford
Extra Information:
Born during the September quarter 1894 in the Prestwich R.D. - ref: 8d/406,
the son of Walter & Emma Fielding (nee Ogden).

1901 Census - 26 Glenfield Street, Prestwich, Manchester.   Son - aged: 6 -
born: Failsworth, Manchester.   Head of household - Walter Fielding -
Married - aged: 32 - occ: Clerk in Life Assurance Office - born: Moston,
Manchester.   Also - Emma Fielding - Wife - aged:32 - born: Moston.  Plus
his materal grandmother and uncle.

1911 Census - 29 Taylors Road, Stretford.   Son - aged: 16 - occ:
Merchant's Clerk - born: Manchester.   Head of household - Walter Fielding
- Married - aged: 42 - occ: Insurance Clerk - born: Manchester.   Also -
Emma Fielding - Wife - aged:42 - born: Manchester.  Plus 1 male boarder.

They later moved to 45 The Crescent, Flixton.

Served in the East Lancs Field Ambulance.   Died in the 3rd Australian
Fiald Ambulance at the end on the Second Battle of Ypres 26th October -
10th November 1917.

Listed as Sidney Fielding on the Gorse Hill School Memorial.

M.I. - "So dearly loved, so dearly missed".

Memorials found on:
St. Michael's (Flixton)
Flixton Parish
Stretford Borough Memorial Book
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