H. T. Weatherley
Service no. 4712
Private, London Regiment, 24th Battalion
Died on 24 January 1916, aged about 21
CWGC: “Son of Mr A. Weatherley, of 25 Aylesford Road, Stockwell, London.”
Remembered at Noeux-les-Mines Communal Cemetery, France
This is a tentative identification. I have not seen any data that relates “H.T. Weatherley” on the memorial with Henry Thomas Weatherley living at 158 Larkhall Lane in 1911. However, they both have Mr. A. Weatherley as a father – and I have not found any other H.T. Weatherleys in the area at that time.
Information from the 1911 census
Henry Thomas Weatherley was 14 and out of work in 1911. He lived with his parents, Alfred Weatherley, 45, a painter from Uxbridge, and Elizabeth Jane Weatherley, 45, from Maldon, Essex, at 158 Larkhall Lane, where the family had five rooms. Three siblings lived at home (one was elsewhere; one had died): Alfred Henry Weatherley, 21, a gas fitter born in Brixton, William Edward Weatherley, 18, a boot repairer; Eva May Weatherley, 11. Jack John Weatherley, a married baker, father of nine, and brother to Alfred, lived with the family, as did Malcolm John Morgan, a 30-year-old married boot repairer from Clapham.