Hyatt, William Elliot

Birth Name Hyatt, William Elliot
Gramps ID I0446
Gender male
Age at Death 76 years, 4 months, 16 days


Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Birth [E4141] 27 September 1877 Hackney, London, England  
Death [E4142] 13 February 1954 Islingward Rd, Brighton, East Sussex  
Baptism [E4143] 23 December 1877 Islington St Mary, Islington  
Occupation [E4144]   Officer, Royal Horse Artillery & Shopkeeper


Relation to main person Name Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Hyatt, George [I0420]
Mother Elliot, Selina Mary [I0176]
    Brother     Hyatt, George Oliver [I0423]
    Sister     Hyatt, Selina Mary [I0433]
    Brother     Hyatt, Philip Wallace [I0441]
         Hyatt, William Elliot [I0446]
    Brother     Hyatt, Herbert John [I0450]
    Brother     Hyatt, Alfred Arthur [I0477]


    Family of Hyatt, William Elliot and Mullaney, Lilian [F0193]
Married Wife Mullaney, Lilian [I0312]
Event Date Place Description Notes Sources
Marriage [E5546] 28 September 1918 St Annes Cathedral, Leeds, West Yorks  
  1. Hyatt, William Alfred [I0458]
  2. Hyatt, Philip Andrew [I0486]
  3. Hyatt, Dennis [I0501]
  4. Hyatt, Terence [I0467]
  5. Hyatt, Gerald [I0497]


William was a Captain in the 3rd Brigade Royal Horse Artillery, Royal Field Artillery , No 25023. I can find no official service record for him other than his first war medal roll, he gained the British Medal, the Victory medal and the 1914 Star medal. When younger, he lived at 12 brighton rd, parish of st. faith, south hackney, then lived with Eliza Hyatt ( married to William J. Shaw) at 2 whittington place, Islington from 1881 or earlier.

William E Hyatt 12/02/1916 Second Lieutenant to be made to Lieutenant, The Gazette Issue 29470 published on the 11 February 1916.

Medal Card of Hyatt William Elliott Royal Horse Artillery 25023 Serjeant Royal Field Artillery Lieutenant
Date: 1914 - 1920

Lt. W. E. Hyatt, whilst commanding a Section of a D.A. Col. 21st Jan. 1919 to be acting Captain.

Lt. W. E. Hyatt retires on ret. pay. 12th
Sept. 1919.

He subsequently signed up again.

Death notice: HYATT, William Elliott of 8 Islingword Road, Brighton, Sussex, Retired Captain in H.M. Army, Royal Field Artillery. 13th February, 1954. The London Gazette Issue 40534 published on the 12 July 1955.

WILLIAM ELLIOT HYATT of 8 ISLINGWARD RD BRIGHTON died 13 Feb 1954 Admin (with will) LEWES 22 July to WILLIAM ALFRED HYATT Vegetable Salesman and DENIS HYATT Tyre Remoulder.


Type Value Notes Sources
RFN 633485569


  1. Hyatt, George [I0420]
    1. Elliot, Selina Mary [I0176]
      1. Hyatt, George Oliver [I0423]
      2. Hyatt, Selina Mary [I0433]
      3. Hyatt, Alfred Arthur [I0477]
      4. Hyatt, William Elliot
        1. Mullaney, Lilian [I0312]
          1. Hyatt, William Alfred [I0458]
          2. Hyatt, Terence [I0467]
          3. Hyatt, Philip Andrew [I0486]
          4. Hyatt, Gerald [I0497]
          5. Hyatt, Dennis [I0501]
      5. Hyatt, Herbert John [I0450]
      6. Hyatt, Philip Wallace [I0441]