Obituary of George Evans, printed in the Macclesfield Times on 22 June 1917

Obituary of George Evans, printed in the Macclesfield Times on 22 June 1917

known 22nd June 1917

DIED OF WOUNDS – YOUTH SUCCUMBS IN FRANCE – Mr and Mrs Hatton, Puss in Boots Hotel, Buxton Road, Macclesfield, have been officially notified that their nephew, Private George Evans, Cheshire Regt, died on June 7th at a casualty clearing station in France from wounds received in action. A native of Shropshire, the late Private Evans was in his 19th year and received his education at the Mill Street Wesleyan Day School. He was connected with St Paul’s Church, being a member of the choir, and prior to joining the Army was employed by Mr Etchells, butcher, Mill Street. The deceased joined up on November 13th and was over on draft leave seven weeks ago. On returning to Oswestry he was sent straight out to France.

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  • Born 1898

    Died 1917

    British Army 202036 Private Cheshire Regiment