Winley, George Alexander

Born North Shields, Northumberland, 1891. Son of George and Jane Winley, of 28, Thomas Street, Hull (CWGC & War Pension address).

A former painter, he joined the army and was a Professional Soldier, when war began. Served with the 2nd Coldstream Guards, in the British Expeditionary Force. Died of wounds, on 30/10/1914, aged 23, on the No:1 Ambulance train. Buried at Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, France.

His army effects were left to his father, George.

His name is recorded in the De Ruvigny Roll of Honour, Volume 2.

First name:
George Alexander
Date Died
28, Thomas Street, Hull