WW1 - Surnames starting with the letter H. 

Oliver Golder Hinchliffe

Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:2nd Bn
Name of Rgt or Ship:Manchester Rgt
How Died:Died - TB
Country of burial:U.K.Grave Photo:No
Cemetery or Memorial:Stretford Cemetery
Town Memorial:Not Listed
Extra Information:
Born during the September quarter 1881 in the Barton upon Irwell R.D. -
ref: 8c/633, the eldest son of Cllr. Isaac & Anne Hinchliffe (nee Gelder)

In 1881 his parents were residing at 38 Dudley Street, Stretford.   Isaac
Hinchliffe - Head of household - Married - aged: 25 - occ: Printer
Compositor - born: Penistone, Yorkshire.   Also - Anne Hinchliffe - Wife -
aged: 23 - born: Dodworth, Yorkshire.   There was also a 33 year old
salesman boarding with them.    [Probably where Oliver was born?]

1891 Census - 74 Cornbrook Road, Stretford.    Son - aged: 9 - Scholar -
born: Stretford.     Head of household - Isaac Hinchliffe - Married - aged:
35 - occ: Printer's Manager and Traveller - born: Penistone, Yorkshire.   
Also Anne Hinchliffe - Wife - aged: 33 - born: Dodworth, Yorksire.  Plus 1
younger sister and 1 younger brother.

His other - Anne Hinchliffe died in 1896, aged: 38.

1901 Census - 112 Cyprus Street, Stretford.    Son - aged: 19 - occ:
Printer's Apprentice - born: Stretford.    Head of household - Isaac
Hinchliffe - Widower - aged: 45 - occ: Master Printer - born: Penistone,
Yorkshire.   Plus 2 younger sisters and 1 domestic servant.

His father - Isaac Hinchliffe married - Mary Constance Huxley in 1902.

1911 Census - 24 Spring Road, Hale.    Boarder - aged: 29 - occ: Printer's
Manager - born: Penistone, Yorkshire ???   Residing with James & Jane
Newall and family.     His father and his step-mother, together with his 2
sisters and one half sister were then residing at 52 Park Road, Stretford.

Employed as a Director & Secretary of Hinchliffe & Co, Manchester.

Enlisted in November 1914 and drafted to the front in January 1915.

WO363 - Attested at Manchester on the 7th November 1914.   Born in the
Parish of St. Margaret's, Manchester.  He was then aged: 32 years, 5
months.  He was 5 feet 7 inches in height, weighed 137 lb.  His chest
measurements were 32 - 34 1/2 inches. His occupation was given as - Printer
and was in Lodgings.  He had previously served in the 4th Volunteer Bn.
Manchester Rgt (Mounted Infantry Company) - Time expired.  He was posted
into the 2nd Bn, Manchester Rgt on the 23rd February 1915.   Next of kin
given as Isaac Hinchliffe (father) and Dorothy Hinchliiffe (sister),
residing at "Mardale, Park Road, Stretford.   

Service Record - Home - 07/11/1914 to 22/02/1915.    France - 23/02/1915 to
06/06/1916.   Home - 07/06/1916 to 29/06/1916.

He sustained Trench Fever and was sick with a cough and expectoration and
admitted into the General Hospital, Rouen, France on the 25th May 1916.   
Found to have severe T.B. and was repatriated to the UK and sent to
Wandsworth Military Hospital, London.   His medical report from the 3rd
London General Hospital, Wandsworth was dated the 19th June 1916.  It
stated that his condition was brought on by Active Service caused by Strain
and Exposure to infection - Tubercle Bacillus of Lungs.  Recommended for
Discharge as being permanently unfit.

Discharged from the Army at Preston on the 29th June 1916.  He was then 34
year of age, was 5 feet 8 1/2 inches in height and his chest measurements
were 32 - 34 1/2 inches.   He had Blue/Grey eyes, Grey hair and was a
Printer by trade.  His residence was 10 Tonman Street, Deansgate,
Manchester.   He was of Good character.   Reason for discharge - "No longer
physically fit for war service".

His death was reported in the 20/10/1916 edition of the Altrincham Guardian
and the death registered during the December quarter 1916 in the Bucklow
R.D. - ref: 8a/256.


Printers manager in his father's printing firm

Buried Stretford cemetery.grave ref F31

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