WW1 - Surnames starting with the letter H. 

Cecil Bertram Henderson

Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:02nd Bn
Name of Rgt or Ship:Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
How Died:Accidental
Country of burial:GermanyGrave Photo:No
Cemetery or Memorial:Cologne Southern Cemetery
Town Memorial:Stretford
Extra Information:
Born during the December quarter 1900 in the Barton upon Irwell R.D. - ref:
8c/671, the son of John & Mary Elizabeth Henderson (nee Francis).

1901 Census - 19 Albion Street, Stretford.   Son - aged: 6 months - born:
Manchester.   Head of household - John Henderson - Married - aged: 36 -
occ: Draper's Assistant - born: Manchester.  Also - Mary E. Henderson -
Wife - aged: 33 - born: Manchester.  Plus 3 elder brothers, including
Victor (5) and Ernest (4) who were also killed during WW1.   Plus a
maternal aunt and uncle.

His mother - Mary Elizabeth Henderson died on the 18th July 1905, aged:

1911 Census - 25 Dudley Street, Old Trafford.   Son - aged: 10 - Scholar -
born: Stretford.   Head of household - John Henderson - Widower - aged: 46
- occ: Salesman - born: Scotland.    Plus 4 brothers, including Victor (15)
and Ernest (14) who were also killed during WW1.   Plus a maternal aunt.

His father - John Henderson married Margaret Heaton during the September
quarter 1914 in the Chorlton R.D. - ref: 8c/1753.  John & Margaret had two
children - Margery (1915) and Dora (1916).

Report on the 15th July 1916 in the Manchester Evening News stating that
the three Henderson bothers had each been wounded - Frank the eldest 3
months previously.   

CWGC - Son of John & Mary Elizabeth Henderson, 24 Albion Street, Old

Accidentally Killed.

Commemorated on the family gravestone in Stretford Cemetery.

His father, John died 11/08/1929 aged 64 years and his mother, Mary
Elizabeth died 18/07/1905 aged 38 years.

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