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Senior Reserve Attendent M10248 Samuel Harold Dyde

Royal Navy, at HMS Pembroke, Naval Barracks, Chatham
Died of Disease (Spotted Fever?), HMS Pembroke, Chatham, Kent, 21st Januray 1918 aged 28

  • Buried: Nuneaton Oaston Road Cemetery, Nuneaton, Warks. Grave 2.2848
  • Awarded: Not yet established
  • Son of the Edward and Margaret Dyde
  • Husband of Louisa Dyde [nee Howes] of High Street, Roade, Northants. Married Jul 1913
  • NNWFHS Memorial: Nuneaton WW1 Other Regiments and Nuneaton Oaston Road Cemetery

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  • Born 25 Jun 1889 at Fenton, Staffs
  • Lived at 25 Haunchwood Road, Stockingford [1901]
  • Lived at 189 Haunchwood Road, Stockingford [1911]
  • Employed as a Coal Miner / Hewer [1911]

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