File:Private Thwaite Williamson (6279211145).jpg
2/10 Battalion, The King's Liverpool Regiment
Pte Williamson was born in 1877 near Ullswater in the Lake District and was a keen mountaineer. Although offered a commission, he refused, preferring to continue to serve in the ranks of A Company.
Williamson was killed in action, aged 41, near Armentieres on 23 April 1917. He is buried in Erquinghem-Lys Churchyard Extension. Photograph presented by his wife, Mrs Williamson of Maryport, Cumberland (modern Cumbria).
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