Wendy noted this man on the Fallen Men of Salford post. Apparently missing from any Salford Memorials he is also omitted from Manchester Warehouseman & Clerks Orphans' School (WACOS) Memorial in Cheadle Hulme. I can't actually prove that bit though because I've not proven the pupil is the casualty because I can't find his 1891 Census. His father John Hayes married 2nd wife Emma Dean in Hampstead and died in 1892.
I know I am confused so any evidence or help from the forum would be appreciated. Here's my notes:-
14 year old Foundationer on WACOS 1901 Census return. Private 7430 Died of wounds 09/10/1916 Aged 30 London Regiment (London Scottish) 2nd/14th Bn. CHICHESTER CEMETERY Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes; husband of Alys Hayes, of 28, Romney St., Pendleton. Alys arranged the inscription on her husband's grave "Gone but not forgotten from his loving wife and son".They had married in St Johns Church Hr Broughton Salford on 4/5/1912 and had one son Bedford Stuart Kenneth Hayes born 18/9/1912. Initially treated in 42 CCS, he was then transferred Home on 20/9/1916 and Died Graylingwell Military Hospital Chichester He had a Gun Shot Wound to the right thigh, buttocks and abdomen. These wounds took place on 15/9/1916. He left Estate and Effects to his wife Alys. He was a salesman when he had attested in Salford on 8/12/1915 aged 29 yrs 6 mnths and held in Reserve until 5/4/1916 when he was called up for Service in London. Served in France 7/8/1916-20/9/1916.
Tim, there was a Francis Stuart Hayes who's birth was registered at Barton upon Irwell in the September quarter of 1886. He is the only child of this name registered in England between 1886 and 1888 (source: Freebmd).
Hope this helps Pete
Pte Sidney Lee (36719), 2nd Bn, Worcestershire Regt - DOW at Bray-sur-Somme on 18th February 1917
Sgt Charles Roberts (13668), 11th Bn, Manchester Regiment (pictured) - KIA during at trench raid at Hulluch, France on 18th May 1918
Bombardier John Hesford (70065), 147th Heavy Battery, RGA DOW 4th September 1918
Private 4131324 Sidney Lee, 8th Bn, Cheshire Regiment, KIA during the bombing of Wallasey on 12th March 1941