Altrincham WW1 - Surnames starting with the letter H. 

Richard (R.H.?) Hinde

Ship/Rgn/Sqn No:11th Bn
Name of Rgt or Ship:Cheshire Rgt
How Died:Died of Wounds
Country of burial:FranceGrave Photo:Yes
Cemetery or Memorial:St. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre
Town Memorial:Sale
Extra Information:
Born during the September quarter 1882 in the Altrincham R.D. - ref:
8a/186, the youngest son of John & Sarah Hinde  (nee Cartwright).

1881 Census - Before Richard was born, his parents and family were residing
at 136 Northenden Road.   John Hinde (father) - aged: 36 - occ: Joiner -
born: Grindley Brook, Shropshire.   Sarah Hinde (mother) - aged: 34 - born:
Wem, Shropshire.   Brothers:- Joseph C. Hinde - aged: 12;  George H. Hinde
- aged: 10;  Henry Hinde - aged: 7;  John Hinde - aged: 2 and sisters:-
Sarah E. Hinde - aged: 8;  Mary Jane Hinde - aged: 5;  Alice Hinde - aged:
3.   All siblings were born at Sale.   Another sister - Esther Hinde was
born in late 1881.

His father - John Hinde died in 1884 - aged: 39.   His mother - Sarah
Hinde, now had 8 children to bring up on her own.

1891 Census - 139 Northenden Road, Sale.   Son - aged: 8 - Scholar - born:
Sale.    Head of household - Sarah Hinde, Widow - aged: 44 - occ: General
Hardware Dealer - born: Wem, Shropshire.   Plus 2 elder siblings and 3

1901 Census - 53 Seymour Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire.    Brother - aged:
18 - occ: Apprentice Book Binder - born: Sale.   Head of household - John
Hinde (his elder brother) - aged: 22 - occ: Grocer's Assistant - born: Sale
and Esther Hinde (his elder sister) , aged: 19 - occ: Vest Maker Tailor -
born: Sale.  Also residing there was his nephew - George H. Hinde - aged: 9
- born: Sale.   This George H. Hinde was also killed during WW1.

Married Mabel Annie Nash during the June quarter 1909 in the Derby R.D. -
ref: 7b/1253.

1911 Census - 3 Edwards Street, Sale.   Head of household - Married - aged:
28 - occ: Shop Assistant - born: Sale.   Also - Mabel Annie Hinde - Wife -
aged: 27 - born: Derby, Derbyshire.

Employed by his nephew - G.H. Hinde, (Tailor) Northenden Rd, Sale who was
also killed during WW1.  This is George H. Hinde (born: 1871) son of John &
Sarah Hinde, the elder brother of Richard Hinde who was also killed during

His mother - Sarah Hinde died in 1915, aged: 68.

Death reported in the 16/06/1916 edition of the Altrincham Guardian.  The 
report states that he was one of the first men to enlist and that he
enlisted at Sale?    Left a widow and one young child - Edith May Hinde,
born on the 9th April 1911.

Died of wounds received in May.

Commemorated on the family gravestone in Sale Cemetery K.982.   His father
John died 21/03/1884 aged 39 years and his mother Sarah died 13/04/1915
aged 68 years.

Pension Record - The Dependent was his daughter's Guardian - Mrs. E. Nash,
12 Horton Street, Derby, who was awarded a weekly pension of 5/-
(Motherless Rate) w.e.f. 4th December 1916.    It would appear that after
Richard's death, his widow - Mabel Annie Hinde moved back to be with her
own family at Derby, taking their daughter with her.   The pension record
states that Mabel  was born on the 25th November 1883 and died on the 13th
July 1916, aged: 32, which correlates with the BMD record for her.

Listed in the Guardian Year Book - Roll of Honour for 1917, which states
that his initials were R.H. ???

Memorials found on:
Trinity Methodist (Sale Moor)
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