George William Hyman, 18971916 (aged 19 years)

Name
George William /Hyman/
Type of name
birth name
Given names
George William
Surname
Hyman
Birth
Note: Staines vol 3a p18; Date calculated from age given upon attestation
Baptism
June 6, 1897 23 20 (aged 5 months)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.456387 Longitude: -0.479882
Note: St Mary the Virgin
Death of a maternal grandfather
Note: Age: 65; Kensington vol 1a p115
Birth of a brother
Note: Staines vol 3a p15 (2nd quarter); Actual date from 1939 register
Baptism of a brother
June 5, 1898 (aged 1 year)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.456387 Longitude: -0.479882
Note: St Mary The Virgin
Birth of a sister
Note: Staines vol 3a p22; Actual date from 1939 register and confirmed by death entry
Baptism of a sister
March 4, 1900 (aged 3 years)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.456387 Longitude: -0.479882
Note: St Mary the Virgin
Census
March 31, 1901 (aged 4 years)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.459487 Longitude: -0.4791
Address: Oaks Road
Note: Age: 4; Relation to Head of House: Son
Birth of a brother
Note: Staines vol 3a p22; Actual date from 1939 register and confirmed by death entry
Baptism of a brother
March 2, 1902 (aged 5 years)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.456387 Longitude: -0.479882
Note: St Mary the Virgin
Death of a paternal grandfather
April 19, 1902 (aged 5 years)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.443938 Longitude: -0.473018
Address: Union Workhouse
Note: (Click the Notes tab)
Note: Staines vol 3a p10a; Got certificate
Burial of a paternal grandfather
Death of a maternal grandmother
Note: Saint Marylebone; Age: 66; Kensington vol 1a p60
Birth of a sister
June 22, 1903 (aged 6 years)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.459487 Longitude: -0.4791
Address: Oaks Road
Note: Staines vol 3a p24; Actual date from birth certificate and confirmed by 1939 register and death entry
Baptism of a sister
September 6, 1903 (aged 6 years)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.456387 Longitude: -0.479882
Note: St Mary the Virgin
Birth of a brother
Note: Staines vol 3a p19 (1st quarter '05); Actual date from death entry (1939 register gives 25 Nov 1903 but birth registered 1st quarter '05)
Baptism of a brother
February 5, 1905 (aged 8 years)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.456387 Longitude: -0.479882
Note: St Mary the Virgin
Birth of a sister
Note: Staines vol 3a p25 (Registered as Gladys Helen but baptised Gladys Ellen); Actual date from 1939 register
Baptism of a sister
October 7, 1906 (aged 9 years)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.456387 Longitude: -0.479882
Note: St Mary the Virgin
Birth of a sister
Note: Staines vol 3a p16 (1st quarter '08); Actual date inferred from 1939 register ('39 register gives 07 Dec 1908 and death entry gives 11 Dec 1908 but birth registered 1st quarter '08)
Baptism of a sister
March 31, 1908 (aged 11 years)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.456387 Longitude: -0.479882
Note: St Mary the Virgin
Birth of a sister
Note: Staines vol 3a p25; Actual date from baptism entry and confirmed by death entry (1939 register gives 15 Feb 1909)
Baptism of a sister
April 4, 1909 (aged 12 years)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.456387 Longitude: -0.479882
Note: St Mary the Virgin
Birth of a brother
Note: Staines vol 3a p16
Death of a brother
Note: Staines vol 3a p12
Burial of a brother
Note: Age: 7 months
Census
April 2, 1911 (aged 14 years)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.459487 Longitude: -0.4791
Address: 3 Thorne Villas
Note: Age: 14; Relation to Head of House: Son
Occupation
House Boy
April 2, 1911 (aged 14 years)
Birth of a brother
Note: Staines vol 3a p27; Actual date from baptism entry and confirmed by 1939 register (death entry gives 11 Sep 1911)
Baptism of a brother
October 11, 1911 (aged 14 years)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.456387 Longitude: -0.479882
Note: St Mary the Virgin
Birth of a brother
Note: Staines vol 3a p31; Actual date from 1939 register and confirmed by death entry
Birth of a sister
Note: Staines vol 3a p48
Burial of a sister
Note: Age: 3 months
Death of a sister
Note: Age: 0; Staines vol 3a p15
Military service
October 4, 1915 (aged 18 years)
Note: Wounded, Battle of Loos
Death
Note: Richmond S. vol 2a p593; (click the Notes tab)
Burial
April 29, 1916 (5 days after death)
Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Latitude: 51.454865 Longitude: -0.484115
Source: CWGC
Family with parents
father
Albert Edward Hyman
18731968
Birth: December 17, 1873 44 31 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: June 27, 1968Stanwell Moor, Middlesex, England
mother
Phoebe Knight
18771959
Birth: January 31, 1877 44 42 Shepherd's Bush, Middlesex, England
Death: February 2, 1959Stanwell Moor, Middlesex, England
Religious marriage Religious marriageMay 12, 1895Notting Hill, Middlesex, England
-5 months
elder brother
The Hyman family c.1912
18941985
Birth: November 27, 1894 20 17 Notting Hill, Middlesex, England
Death: January 20, 1985Perth, Western Australia, Australia
15 months
elder sister
18961896
Birth: February 1896 22 19 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: March 1896Stanwell, Middlesex, England
11 months
himself
George William Hyman c.1912
18971916
Birth: January 2, 1897 23 19 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: April 24, 1916Richmond, Surrey, England
15 months
younger brother
Albert Hyman c.1912
18981960
Birth: March 13, 1898 24 21 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: March 1960Stanwell, Middlesex, England
22 months
younger sister
Phoebe Selina 'Cis' Hyman c.1912
19001979
Birth: January 1, 1900 26 22 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: September 3, 1979Surrey, England
2 years
younger brother
William Ernest Hyman c.1912
19021988
Birth: January 19, 1902 28 24 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: October 9, 1988Surrey, England
17 months
younger sister
Mary Elizabeth 'Polly' Hyman
19031993
Birth: June 22, 1903 29 26 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: January 28, 1993Stanwell, Middlesex, England
17 months
younger brother
Frederick James Hyman c.1912
19042002
Birth: November 25, 1904 30 27 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: October 2002Bournemouth, Hampshire, England
21 months
younger sister
Gladys Ellen Hyman c.1912
19062000
Birth: August 11, 1906 32 29 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: June 2000Ealing, London, England
16 months
younger sister
Ivy Hilda Hyman c.1912
19071980
Birth: December 7, 1907 33 30 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: October 1980Surrey, England
14 months
younger sister
Emma Rosina Hyman c.1912
19091990
Birth: February 10, 1909 35 32 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: May 28, 1990Stanwell, Middlesex, England
20 months
younger brother
19101910
Birth: September 1910 36 33 Staines, Middlesex, England
Death: December 1910Staines, Middlesex, England
1 year
younger brother
Henry Charles Hyman c.1912
19112002
Birth: September 10, 1911 37 34 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: February 12, 2002Stanwell, Middlesex, England
2 years
younger brother
Harold Edmund Hyman - 04 Jan 1933
19131999
Birth: December 6, 1913 39 36 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: July 1999Surrey, England
17 months
younger sister
19151915
Birth: April 1915 41 38 Staines, Middlesex, England
Death: July 1915Staines, Middlesex, England
13 months
younger brother
19161983
Birth: April 29, 1916 42 39 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: November 19, 1983Ashford, Middlesex, England
3 years
younger brother
Generic
19191942
Birth: June 1919 45 42 Stanwell, Middlesex, England
Death: December 21, 1942North Africa
Burial
Source: CWGC
Birth

Staines vol 3a p18; Date calculated from age given upon attestation

Baptism

St Mary the Virgin

Census

Age: 4; Relation to Head of House: Son

Census

Age: 14; Relation to Head of House: Son

Military service

Wounded, Battle of Loos

Death

Richmond S. vol 2a p593; (click the Notes tab)

Burial
Note

WWI saw George, aged 17, as a Private (service number GS/165) in the 9th (Service) Battalion Royal Fusiliers (Buffs), formed August 1914 in Hounslow, Middlesex.

9Bn was part of K1, attached to 36th Brigade, 12th (Eastern) Division.

The battalion was posted to France 01 June 1915.

On 04 October 1915, during the Battle of Loos (Gun Trench - Hulluch Quarries Sector; near Cite St Elie), he was severely wounded by shrapnel (partial laceration of the spine).

On 11 October 1915 he was 'invalided home' to the West Suffolk General Hospital and subsequently to Southall Auxiliary Hospital, 14 Dec 1915.

George was discharged as 'being no longer physically fit for War Service' 03 April 1916 (he was paralysed from the waist and incontinent) to the Royal Star & Garter Home in Richmond, Surrey. (Quite possibly one of their first 'patients' as the Star & Garter only opened in 1916).

George died just 3 weeks later on 24 April 1916 aged 19. He's buried in Stanwell Cemetery, Stanwell, Middlesex.