Birkenhead Institute Old Boys

World War 2 - Memorial

This page is dedicated to the memory of a single Old Boy who gave his life in World War II. The information given is as accurate as I can make it. If there are any anomalies in the information given, please let me know at webmaster@BIOB.co.uk

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Alfred Cecil Williams

Alfred Cecil Williams - 1st. XI - 1937 Alfred Cecil Williams - 1st. XV - 1936/37
Date of Birth 2nd. Qtr. 1921 Place of Birth Birkenhead
Date of Death 17th. August 1942 Age at Death
Father John Alfred Williams Mother Dorothy Williams (Turnpenny)
Parents Married Place Birkenhead Parents Married Date 3rd. Qtr. 1920
Sibling Sibling DOB
Started BI Left BI
Regiment Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Unit
Service Number 120626 Rank Pilot Officer
Cemetery Flaybrick Cemetery, Birkenhead Grave Location Sec. 6. Non-Conformist Grave 125A
Commemorated Memorial Location
Notes  - Awarded Certificate for neither Absent of Late for 4 years, 1932/36. Prefect 1937. Secretary of the Sixth Form Literary and Debating Society. Matriculated and Awarded School Certificate summer 1937. Awarded Cricket colours 1937.

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