Henry Dwerryhouse was born at Bootle in 1896, the son of John Dwerryhouse and Fanny (nee Cook).
 
His parents were married on the 3rd April 1884 at All Saints C.of E. Church, Liverpool.
 
1901 Census - 544 Edge Lane, West Derby - Parents John and Fanny with children James, Thomas, Elizabeth, Fanny, Harry, Clara and John.
 
1911 Census - 91 Litherland Road, Bootle - Parents John and Fanny (Married 27 years with 11 children born and 9 still alive) and Fanny, Henry, Clara, John, Margaret and William.
 
His photograph was published in a commemorative booklet issued when the first part of the Bootle Roll of Honour was unveiled in 1916.
 
Reports on his death appeared in the Bootle Times on the 3rd March 1916 and in the Liverpool Echo on the 23rd March 1916.
 
BOOTLE SOLDIER.
   News has been received of the death of Pvte. H. Dwerryhouse, of the R.G.A., whose home is at 305, Marsh-lane, Bootle, and whose father is serving with the 5th King's (Liverpool) Regiment, was killed in action in Mesopotamia on January 7. He joined the Army at the beginning of November, 1914, and went to France in the following August. He went through the big battle at Loos. He left France with the Indian Expeditionary Force, and was subsequently sent to the Persian Gulf.

Liverpool Echo 23rd March 1916

A BOOTLE "OLD BOY."
PTE. HARRY DWERRYHOUSE,
of the Seaforth Highlanders, whose death is reported to have occurred in the Persian Gulf on January 7th, was an "Old Boy" of Hawthorne-road, School, Bootle, and played football for his school. He joined the Seaforths in November, 1914, and saw four months' active service in France, being subsequently transferred to the Persian Gulf. Before answering his country's call Pte. Dwerryhouse was in the employ of Messrs. J. Preston. Ltd., fellmongers and leather dressers, of Rathbone-road, Old Swan. He was a very popular and cheery young fellow, and his death is sincerely mourned by all who knew him.

Bootle Times 3rd March 1916