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Re: Jonathan HAGUE
« Reply #15 on: March 14, 2008, 11:06:52 AM »
claire.
do you have an area that you think he may have lived in,during ww1.
mack

They were from Hurst so this one looks interesting:

Hague J Private K.S.L.I 13 Albion Street Hurst  Ashton 11 Jan 1919

This is him in 1901 -

There is also a Jonathan Hague age 13 at Boyds Buildings, Hartshead ( which seems to be a bit of Ashton, close to the Barracks), son of widow Janet.

His mother Janet died in 1930 but I've not got her death certificate yet so don't know where she was living.

Many thanks

~ Claire


j.hague KSLI
this is him

john,henry hague
13 albion st,hurst
age 26
 7th battalion KSLI
enlisted 1914
in 1918 this man listed himself,as job,henry hague

theres these two
No1
john hague
44 lower king st,hurst
royal engineers
sapper
age 25
brother charles also at this address
driver charles hague
age 27
royal field artillery

No2
john,jonah hague
46 nook lane,hurst
age 25
3/9th manchesters

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Re: Jonathan HAGUE
« Reply #16 on: March 14, 2008, 11:13:37 AM »
Dave

I found his name and address on the following link.

http://www.members.aol.com/tamesidehistory/pow.htm

There is a whole list of THE NAMES OF 363 BRITISH WWI POWs
 
There is also a ref. to an article in the edition of the Hyde Reporter Ashton 11 Jan 1919?

There is also another J Hague, Hague J Private K.S.L.I 13 Albion Street Hurst  Ashton 11 Jan 1919

Are the Reporter available to view online ?

May be barking up the wrong tree

Timberman

the reporter isnt online,BUT its a lot closer than colindale library ;)

mack ;D

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Re: Jonathan HAGUE
« Reply #17 on: March 15, 2008, 11:38:01 AM »
Many thanks to everyone for the hard work on this one :)

~ Claire