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  • Commonwealth war gave headstone marking the grave of George Frederick Williamson at Arnold Redhill Cemetery.
Photo taken by Peter Gillings
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Arnold
George lived at 80 High Street, Arnold he was born in Arnold in 1899 the son of Samuel and Emma Williamson. In the 1911 Census he and his family are shown as living on High Street, Arnold opposite the 'Flying Horse' public house, he has 2 siblings. He was educated at the Arnold British school and worked at the Gedling Colliery .
He was employed at Gedling Colliery as a coal miner
12 Nov 1918
19
2749818 - CWGC Website
SE/33164
Private
Army Veterinary Corps
He enlisted into the army in 1917 but was found to be medically unfit to be sent abroad and was therefore sent to work at Aldershot. He died at Aldershot Hospital on 12th November 1918 as the result of influenza and pneumonia. He is buried in Redhill Cemetery
Notice published on 16th November 1918 in the Nottingham Evening Post :- “WILLIAMSON. – In loving memory of Pte. George F. Williamson, of Arnold, who died at Aldershot November 12th. Fondly remembered. – Brothers Granville, Clarence, Bert, sister Polly. Internment Red Hill.” Above is courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918
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  • Commonwealth war gave headstone marking the grave of George Frederick Williamson at Arnold Redhill Cemetery.
Photo taken by Peter Gillings
    George Frederick Williamson - Commonwealth war gave headstone marking the grave of George Frederick Williamson at Arnold Redhill Cemetery. Photo taken by Peter Gillings