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  • CWGC headstone in St Wilfred's Churchyard Extension, Kirkby in Ashfield. Photo Carol Malone
Person Details
Selston Nottinghamshire
He was the son of William and Hannah Mary Timms and the brother of Dyson (killed in action 27/8/1918), Thomas (killed in action 30/3/1917), Arthur (died of wounds 15/11/1919) and Louisa Timms. In 1911 the family lived at 16 Mayfield Street Kirkby in Ashfield. William was the husband of Fanny Timms and the fatther of Edith Annie, Lillian Rosina, Elsie and William Timms. In 1911 they lived on Lindley Street Selston.
He was a miner (hewer).
07 Mar 1916
29
2750023 - CWGC Website
4118
Private
3/5th Bn York and Lancaster Regiment
Private William Henry Timms served with the 3/5th York and Lancaster Regiment, he was discharged from the Army on 25th January 1916 and died on 7th March 1916, he was buried in St Wilfrids Church Cemetery, Kirkby in Ashfield.
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  • CWGC headstone in St Wilfred's Churchyard Extension, Kirkby in Ashfield. Photo Carol Malone
    William Timms - CWGC headstone in St Wilfred's Churchyard Extension, Kirkby in Ashfield. Photo Carol Malone
  • The headstones of the Timms Brothers in St Wilfred's Churchyard Extension Photo Carol Malone
    William and Arthur Timms - The headstones of the Timms Brothers in St Wilfred's Churchyard Extension Photo Carol Malone