George Giles HANNAN

Geddington Roll of Honour 1914-18

Brandhoek New Military Cemetery

Brandhoek New Military Cemetery

HANNAN, George Giles

Rank: Second Lieutenant
Service No.: 1297
Regiment/Service: Suffolk Regiment 8th Battalion (formerly Northamptonshire Yeomanry)
Died: 17/08/1917 – Died of wounds, aged 20
Cemetery: Brandhoek New Military Cemetery No.3, Belgium – Grave: I. A. 21.
War Office Information: Son of Alfred George and Rosetta Hannan, of Kettering, Northants. From 1914 to 1916 served with “B” Squadron, Northants Yeomanry.

Personal Information

Parents: Alfred George & Rosetta Hannan (nee Wilkins)
Born: Q4 1896, Newmarket, Vol. 3b, Page 515 (Dalham, Suffolk)

1901 Census: Top End, Grendon
Alfred G Hannan (father); Aged 36; schoolmaster; b. Northampton
Rosetta H Hannan (mother); Aged 32; b. Eastbourne, Sussex
Winifred E Hannan (sister); Aged 10; b. Weybridge, Surrey
Alfred C Hannan (brother); Aged 5; b. Dalham
George G Hannan; Aged 4; b. Dalham
Source Citation: Class: RG13; Piece: 1438; Folio: 101; Page: 11.

1911 Census: Headlands Avenue, Kettering
Alfred George Hannan (father); Aged 46; class teacher; married 20 years
Rosetta Hannan (mother); Aged 43; 8 children, 6 living
George Giles Hannan; Aged 14; school
Elsa Mary Hannan (sister); Aged 4; b. Kettering
Roland James Hannan (brother); Aged 2; b. Kettering
Greta Margaret Hannan (sister); Aged 1; b. Kettering
Source Citation: Class: RG14; Piece: 8570; Schedule Number: 51.


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1 Comment

  1. Patricia J Hannan

    Wed 24th Feb 2016 at 5:16 pm

    My Great Uncle on my father’s side. He and my Grandfather Alfred Hannan were brothers.


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