Hallworth, C A N
CECIL ARTHUR NOAKES HALLWORTH
Remembered with honour Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery: Plot X, Row C, Grave 41.
He enlisted in Fulham, London, and was formerly Private 2689 25th Cyclists Battalion, London Regiment. He was entitled to the Victory and British War medals, and died at No. 3 Canadian Casualty Clearing Station of gun shot wounds received in action. Unfortunately, Cecil’s Service Record appears to be one that did not survive the World War Two bombing.
There is an article about and a Death announcement for Cecil in the West Herts and Watford Observer dated 6 January 1917.
Son of John and Harriet Eliza (nee HOWLETT) HALLWORTH of Watford.
His parents married 25 September 1883 at St John’s, Paddington, London. John died 3 November 1936 aged 81; Harriet died 26 April 1942 aged 86; both in Watford.
Cecil was born 27 February 1887 in Watford, and baptised 26 June 1887 at St Andrew’s, Watford. He attended first Callow Land Infants’ School, Watford; then Callowland Board School from 14 January 1895 to 1 August 1901, when he went to St Augustine’s, London. He resided in Hemel Hempstead, Herts.
On the 1891 Census, aged 4 he lived in Watford, with his parents and no siblings. On the 1901 Census, aged 14 he still lived in Watford, with his parents and one sibling. On the 1911 Census, a typist aged 24, he still lived in Watford, with his parents and one sibling.
Unit7th (City of London) Battalion
Date of death28/12/1916
Age at death29
Place of death
- 1st S.W. Herts Scout Troop [in St Mary's Parish Church Watford] (4)
- Abbot's Langley Herts War Memorial (17)
- Aldbury Herts War Memorial (1)
- Aldenham Herts War Memorial (located in Letchmore Heath Herts) (8)
- All Saints Church Croxley Green Herts (12)
- All Saints Church Harrow Weald Middx (2)
- All Saints Church Hertford (1)
- All Saints Church King's Langley Herts (1)
- All Saints Church Leavesden Herts (31)
- All Saints Church Witham Essex (3)