Hulley, George W

George W Hulley, Private 8981, 2nd Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers
Died of wounds 30th June 1917 in France

 

Sutton (Walker Lane) war memorial and roll of honour

EARLY LIFE

Husband of G. Hulley, of 19, Langley, Macclesfield, Cheshire. Son of the Langley postman.

More information will be added here when research is complete.

 

WW1 SERVICE

 

COMMEMORATION

Private George Hulley is buried in Grave Ref. IV. N. 28. in the Duisans British Cemetery, France. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission holds casualty details for Private George Hulley, and he is listed on the Imperial War Museum’s Lives of the First World War website.

Locally, Private George Hulley is commemorated on the Sutton (Walker Lane), Sutton (St James’ Church) and Langley village (Methodist Church) memorials.

 

NOTES

Brother of Private Joseph and Corporal Herbert Hulley, Cheshire Regt; Private Francis Hulley, Shropshire Light Infantry; and Sergeant Wilfred Hulley, Machine Gun Corps.

 

SOURCES

Commonwealth War Graves Commission website
Lives of the First World War website

Macclesfield Advertiser: 10 August 1917


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