George and brother Arthur were sons of a farmer who became a constable with Derbyshire Constabular for many yearsy. Prior to the war George worked as a domestic gardener. He served with the rank of gunner, though it hasn’t been possible to identify his regiment. On demob he returned to Crich, later moved to Belper where he worked for a number of years as a bricklayer’s labourer. He married Alice Allwood in 1933. Alice was probably the sister of Arthur Allwood and Frederick Allwood.
George Williamson's brother Arthur Williamson is also on the Roll of Honour.
|Mary E||Williamson||daughter||18||Machine minder, cotton mill||Hulland|
|Emma M||Williamson||daughter||15||Machine minder, cotton mill||Hulland|
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|Frances A||Williamson||daughter||22||At home||Hulland|
|Geo Hy||Williamson||son||17||Gardener Domestic||Fritchley|
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1918 Crich voters
George Henry Williamson, Fritchley; absent on military service.
1939 Register: 3 Alton Road, Belper
George H Williamson b.3 June 1893; public works labourer
Alice Williamson b.7 August 1895