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  • The commonwealth wargrave commission headstone marking the grave of William Herbert Dallay (served as W Watts) in the Rock Cemetery, Nottingham.
courtesy of Peter Gillings
Person Details
Sneinton
William Herbert was born in 1885 in Sneinton, Nottingham and was the son of Herbert a butcher and Janett Dallay née White. His father was born in 1863 in St Ann's his mother Janett White was born in 1866 in Sneinton, they were married in 1884, their marriage was recorded in the Nottingham Registration District, they had a daughter Edith born in 1891 in Sneinton. William was married to his wife Frances Mary Middleton in 1903 , their marriage was recorded in the Nottingham Registration District. In the 1911 census we find his wife Frances living at 4 Bywater Yard, Holland Street, Nottingham, she is a boarder , she is married and 25 years her occupation is that of a lace seamer, she is living with her daughter Ethel Dallay 1 year of age, they are living with William Haywood 27 years , a soap manufacturer and his wife Sarah Ann 26 yrs and their daughter Sarah Ann Haywood 1 year of age. It has not been possible to trace William Herbert in the 1911 census. Nottingham (Served As Watts). He was the husband of Frances Mary Dallay of 35 Edale Road Sneinton Dale Nottingham.
15 Jan 1919
33
2750267 - CWGC Website
6148
Private
Lancers
William served throughout his military service as William Watts , he served in the 17th (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Lancers. He died in Nottingham on 15th January 1919 and he is buried in the Rock Cemetery.
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  • The commonwealth wargrave commission headstone marking the grave of William Herbert Dallay (served as W Watts) in the Rock Cemetery, Nottingham.
courtesy of Peter Gillings
    William Herbert Dallay - The commonwealth wargrave commission headstone marking the grave of William Herbert Dallay (served as W Watts) in the Rock Cemetery, Nottingham. courtesy of Peter Gillings