Obituary of William McCormick, printed in the Macclesfield Advertiser on 27 July 1917

Obituary of William McCormick, printed in the Macclesfield Advertiser on 27 July 1917

known 27th July 1917

PRIVATE W McCORMICK – Mr and Mrs W McCormick, of 16 Lower Exchange Street, Macclesfield, have been officially notified that their only son, Private William McCormick, of the Cheshire regiment, was killed in action on June 28th. Twenty-three years of age, he was educated at St Alban’s School, and was subsequently employed at the North Cheshire Brewery. He enlisted shortly after the outbreak of war, and had been at the front close on twelve months. His father, Private William McCormick, although 55 years of age, is serving in the Army. He enlisted in January, 1915, in the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, with whom he went to the Dardanelles in the following July. He was wounded, and after undergoing hospital treatment, was brought to England. Upon recovery he was transferred to another Irish regiment, and sent to Dublin. He has recently been home on leave. He formerly served in the Cheshire Militia, and prior to re-joining the Colours, was a bricksetter in the employ of Mr S Bull.

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    Born 1894

    Died 1917

    British Army 3052 Private Cheshire Regiment

    British Army 49381 Private Cheshire Regiment 1st Battalion