HOPKINS – LILLEY (Batley)

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Hopkins - Lilley

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HOPKINS, Michael

Name: HOPKINS, Michael
Rank: Private
Service Number: 3/866
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
9th Bn.
Enrolled: Dewsbury Aug 1914
Disembarked: 07 Oct 1914
Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Age: 20 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Gordon Dump Cemetery, Ovillers-la Boisselle, Somme, France
Grave Ref: V. K. 4.
Residence: Cross Peel Street, Batley
Birth Place: Charlestown, Co. Mayo, c.1896
Additional Information: Son of Mrs Hopkins and the late Mr Pat Hopkins. Serving in Militia on outbreak of war.
Employment: Deputy, Batley Colliery
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914 Star + Clasp. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 5 Aug 1916 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Mary of the Angels RC Church, Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HOPKINS, Patrick

Name: HOPKINS, Patrick
Rank: Private
Service Number: 20889
Unit/Rgiment: Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
9th Bn.
Enrolled: Dewsbury (Batley), Jul 1914
Disembarked: 02 Oct 1915
Date of Death: 22/10/1916 Age: 21 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Grave Ref: Pier and Face 4 D.
Residence: Fleming Street, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, 20 Dec 1894
Additional Information: Son of Patrick and Margaret Hopkins (nee Lynch), 23 Fleming Street. Emigrated to America in 1912.
Employment: Prior to emigrating, Finishing Dept of Messrs. J & J Stubley of Bottoms Mills.
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 18 Nov 1916 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Mary of the Angels RC Church, Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HORAN, Michael

Name: HORAN, Michael
Rank: Private
Service Number: 19681
Unit/Rgiment: York and Lancaster Regiment
10th Bn
Enrolled: Dewsbury (Batley), Sep 1914
Disembarked: 10 Sep 1915
Date of Death: 03/07/1916 Age: 35 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Becourt Military Cemetery, Becordel-Becour, Somme, France
Grave Ref: I. R. 17.
Residence: Hume Street, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, 7 Nov 1878
Additional Information: Son of James and Annie Horan (nee Gollagher) of Scargill Fold, Batley
Employment: West End Colliery
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 28 Jul 1916
Roll of Honour: St Mary of the Angels RC Church, Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HORNE, George William

Name: HORNE, George William
Rank: Private
Service Number: 36195
Unit/Rgiment: York and Lancaster Regiment
13th Bn
Enrolled: Heckmondwike, Sep 1916
Disembarked: Dec 1916
Date of Death: 31/03/1918 Age: 26 years
How Died: Died of Wounds, sustained 28 Mar 1918
Cemetery Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: XXXIII. B. 22.
Residence: 31 North King Street, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, 28 Jan 1891
Additional Information: Son of Senior Horne and the late Maggie Horne (nee Thomson, m. 24 Dec 1888, Batley All Saints). (Senior remarried to Blanche Winstanley, widow, 26 Dec 1912, St Thomas, Batley). Husband of Ruth Horne (nee Wood, m. Oct 1913, Dewsbury)
Employment: Piecener, Woolen Mill
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 5 Apr 1918
Roll of Honour: Broomhill Methodist Church (Taylor Street, Batley)
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HOUGH, Thomas

Name: HOUGH, Thomas
Rank: Private
Service Number: 21510
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
1st Bn
Enrolled: Dewsbury Feb 1915
Disembarked: 26 May 1915
Date of Death: 04/10/1915 Age: 25 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action
Cemetery Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: Panel 97 and 98.
Residence: 18 Albert Street, Batley Carr
Birth Place: Batley, c.1890
Additional Information: Husband to Ellen Hough (nee Burke, m. Oct 1912, Dewsbury). Former Territorial.
Employment: Plasterer, for Mr Hodgson, Dewsbury
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 25 Feb 1916
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HOULBROOK, Albert Henry

Name: HOULBROOK, Albert Henry
Rank: L/Cpl
Service Number: 10631
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Scottish Borderers
1st Bn
Enrolled: Leeds
Disembarked: Egypt, 16 Nov 1914
Date of Death: 28/06/1915 Age: 28 years
How Died: Killed in Action, Dardanelles
Cemetery Helles Memorial, Turkey (including Gallipoli)
Grave Ref: Panel 84 to 92 or 220 to 222.
Residence: 12 Beck Lane, Carlinghow, Batley
Birth Place: Monk Bretton, c.1887
Additional Information: Son of Mrs Emma Houlbrook (nee Welsh, m. 1885, Barnsley) and the late Walter Houlbrook
Employment: Regular Soldier, served 4 years in India
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 6 Aug 1915 (classifieds). Dewsbury Reporter, 7 Aug 1915
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HOWARD, Percy

Name: HOWARD, Percy
Rank: Private
Service Number: 3895
Unit/Rgiment: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
1st/5th Bn.
Enrolled: Batley, Feb 1916
Disembarked: Jun 1916
Date of Death: 03/09/1916 Age: 23 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Grave Ref: Pier and Face 2 A 2 C and 2 D.
Residence: 60, Wood Terrace, Warwick Rd., Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: Batley, c.1893
Additional Information: Son of Edward and Annie Howard (nee Wright, m. 24 Jan 1889, Batley All Saints).
Employment: Assistant to Father, Greengrocer, Batley Carr
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 16 Sep 1916. Dewsbury Reporter, 16 Sep 1916
Roll of Honour: Broomhill Methodist Church (Taylor Street, Batley); Warwick Road JI & N School
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HOWARD (R.E), John William

Name: HOWARD (R.E), John William
Rank: Sapper
Service Number: 79757
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Engineers (Formerly 1494 KOYLI 1st/4th Bn)
173rd Tunnelling Coy.
Enrolled: Batley
Disembarked: France, 13 Apr 1915
Date of Death: 18/10/1915 Age: 43 years
How Died: Died of Wounds, Wimeraux General Hospital
Cemetery Wimereux Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: I. K. 15.
Residence: King Street, Batley Carr
Birth Place: Batley, Jan 1873
Additional Information: Son of Wilson & Sarah Howard. Husband of Minnie Howard (nee Bell m. 23 Dec 1893 Batley, All Saints). Six-and-a-half years a Territorial on the outbreak of war. Name appears twice on the Batley Memorial
Employment: Miner, Soothill Wood Colliery
Marital Status: Married, 2 children
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 30 Oct 1915 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Holy Trinity Church, Batley Carr
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HOWARD. K.O.Y.L.I, John W.

Name: HOWARD. K.O.Y.L.I, John W.
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Unit/Rgiment: DUPLICATE NAME. See HOWARD, John William
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Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HOWE, Granville

Name: HOWE, Granville
Rank: Private
Service Number: 87675
Unit/Rgiment: Northumberland Fusileers
22nd (Tyneside Scottish) Bn.
Enrolled: Dewsbury, 1916
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 06/09/1918 Age: 20 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Sailly-Labourse Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: K. 20.
Residence: 11, Victoria St., Batley Carr, Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: Stanningley, c.1898
Additional Information: Son of Herbert & Lizzie Howe (nee Riley) of 11 Woolhill Cottages, Victoria Street, Batley Carr Discharged in Mar 1917 to take up work of National Importance (seemingly at Shaw Cross Colliery). Recalled Apr 1918, Disembarked France Jul 1918.
Employment: Fred Ellis, Rag Merchant, Batley
Marital Status:
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 28 Sep 1918
Roll of Honour: Warwick Road JI & N School
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HOWE, John Herman

Name: HOWE, John Herman
Rank: Stoker 1st Class
Service Number: SS/112643
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Navy
H.M.S. “Queen Mary.”
Enrolled:
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 31/05/1916 Age: 23 years
How Died: Killed in Action. HMS Queen Mary was hit and sunk during the Battle of Jutland on 31 May 1916
Cemetery Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire, England
Grave Ref: Panel 18.
Residence: 11, Victoria St., Batley Carr, Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: Dewsbury, 28 Apr 1893
Additional Information: Son of Herbert & Lizzie Howe (nee Riley). Enlisted in Royal Navy 1912. Took part in the Battle of Heligoland Bight on 28 Aug 1914.
Employment: Worked for Mr S Naylor, Coal Merchant, Batley Carr, up to 1912.
Marital Status:
Medal Entitlement:
Obituary: Batley News, 10 Jun 1916
Roll of Honour: Batley Carr Wesleyan Church (MacKenzie); Warwick Road JI & N School Diary
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

Howgate - Humphrey

HOWGATE, John

Name: HOWGATE, John
Rank: Private
Service Number: 35002
Unit/Rgiment: Northumberland Fusiliers (Formerly 50079 West Yorkshire Regiment (prev KOYLI))
22nd (Tyneside Scottish) Bn.
Enrolled: Batley, Nov 1916
Disembarked: 1917
Date of Death: 21/03/1918 Age: 21 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action
Cemetery Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: Bay 2 and 3.
Residence: 9 Cross Chapel Street, Batley Carr
Birth Place: Barnsley, c.1897
Additional Information: Son of John Henry Howgate. Husband of Emily Howgate (nee Field, m. 22 Jul 1911, Batley Carr Holy Trinity)
Employment: Newsome & Askham’s Foundry, Warwick Road, Batley Carr
Marital Status: Married, 3 children
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 1 Jun 1918 (photo), 11 Jan 1919 (photo)
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HOWLEY, Michael

Name: HOWLEY, Michael
Rank: Private
Service Number: 581612
Unit/Rgiment: Labour Corps (Formerly 16959 KOYLI)
Enrolled:
Disembarked: 11 Sep 1915
Date of Death: Age: years
How Died:
Cemetery
Grave Ref:
Residence: 36 New Street, Batley
Birth Place: Dewsbury, c.1881
Additional Information: Husband of Lizzie Howley (nee Philips, m. Jul 1905, Dewsbury)
Employment: Coal Miner
Marital Status: Married, 4 children
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HUDSON, Arthur

Name: HUDSON, Arthur
Rank: Private
Service Number: 16463
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
8th Bn
Enrolled: Dewsbury Aug 1914
Disembarked: 11 Sep 1915
Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Age: 23 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action
Cemetery Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Grave Ref: Pier and Face 11 C and 12 A.
Residence: 2 Yard 3, (Avison’s Yard), Commercial St., Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: Batley, c.1893
Additional Information: Son of Mrs. Hannah Hudson (nee Ineson) and the late Isaac Hudson. Pal of James Arthur Stancliffe.
Employment: Finisher, Brooke Jubb & Co Ltd.
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 26 Aug 1916 (photo), Batley Reporter, 1 Oct 1915
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HUDSON, Fred

Name: HUDSON, Fred
Rank: Sgt
Service Number: 9731
Unit/Rgiment: Coldstream Guards
1st Bn
Enrolled: Dewsbury, Feb 1913
Disembarked: France, 9 Aug 1914
Date of Death: 29/03/1918 Age: 22 years
How Died: Died of Wounds
Cemetery Saint Pol British Cemetery, Saint Pol-sur-Ternoise, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: II. A. 2.
Residence: Leeds Road, Hanging Heaton
Birth Place: Hanging Heaton, 29 Aug 1895
Additional Information: Son of William Hudson, of 115, Highfield Cottages, Commonside, Hanging Heaton, Batley.
Employment: Tier-on at Messrs. G & J Stubley’s Bottom Mills, Batley
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 6 Apr 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Paul’s Church, Hanging Heaton; Hanging Heaton War memorial (St Paul’s)
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Addenda

HUGGINS, Charles Henry

Name: HUGGINS, Charles Henry
Rank: Rifleman
Service Number: 48234
Unit/Rgiment: Rifle Brigade (Formerly 34095 KOYLI 10th Bn)
2nd Bn
Enrolled: Batley, 11 Aug 1916
Disembarked: Dec 1916
Date of Death: 28/05/1918 Age: 40 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action, France
Cemetery Soissons Memorial, Aisne, France
Grave Ref:
Residence: 5 Brearley Street, Mount Pleasant, Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: Batley, 21 Feb 1878
Additional Information: Son of Mr John & Eliza Jane Huggins (nee Butterwood, m. 31 Mar 1877, Womersley St Martin) of 3 Brearley Street, Mount Pleasant, Batley. Husband of Bertha Huggins (nee Chambers m. Jun 1902).
Employment: G Tomlinson & Son, Painters, Upper Commercial Street
Marital Status: Married, 2 children
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 3 Aug 1918 (photo), 11 Jan 1919, 27 Sep 1919 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Andrews Church, Purlwell
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HUGHES, James

Name: HUGHES, James
Rank: L/Cpl
Service Number: 203612
Unit/Rgiment: South Staffordshire Regiment
4th Bn
Enrolled: Batley, May 1917
Disembarked: Sep 1917
Date of Death: 28/01/1918 Age: 30 years
How Died: Died of Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis
Cemetery Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension
Grave Ref: III. J. 17.
Residence: 17, Victoria St., Carlinghow, Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: Batley, c.1887
Additional Information: Son of John and Helen Hughes (nee Kaine) of Hume Street, Batley. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Hughes. (nee Kelly, m.1912)
Employment: Foreman Wefter, Joseph Newsom & Sons, Batley Carr
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 9 Feb 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St John the Evangelist, Carlinghow; St Mary of the Angels RC Church, Batley; Howden Clough Methodist Church
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HUGHES, Walter James

Name: HUGHES, Walter James
Rank: Sgt
Service Number: 210701
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
4th Reserve Bn. (attd. 1st King’s African Rifles)
Enrolled: Batley, 1914
Disembarked: German East Africa, Sep 1917
Date of Death: 12/12/1918 Age: 29 years
How Died: Died of Influenza at Fort Johnston, Nyassaland
Cemetery Mangochi Town Cemetery, Malawi
Grave Ref: 29
Residence: Coalpit Lane, Carlinghow
Birth Place: Fermoy, Cork, Ireland, c. 1889
Additional Information: Son of James and Bridget Hughes (nee Kearney), of 9 Coal Pit Lane, Carlinghow, Batley.
Employment: Conductor, Dewsbury & Cleckheaton Trams
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 21 Dec 1918, 28 Dec 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Mary of the Angels RC Church, Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HUGHES, William Campbell

Name: HUGHES, William Campbell
Rank: Private
Service Number: 9575
Unit/Rgiment: The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)
4th Bn
Enrolled: Warrington (Manchester)
Disembarked: 12 Aug 1914
Date of Death: 17/10/1915 Age: 27 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Rue-des-Berceaux Military Cemetery, Richebourg-L’Avoue, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: II. E. 55.
Residence:
Birth Place: Manchester, 22 Jan 1888
Additional Information: Son of Arthur and Sarah Ann Hughes of Manchester.
Employment: Regular Soldier (1911)
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914 Star + Clasp. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HUMPHREY, Arnold

Name: HUMPHREY, Arnold
Rank: Private
Service Number: 34137
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
2nd/5th Bn
Enrolled: Cleckheaton
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 27/03/1918 Age: 20 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action
Cemetery Gommecourt British Cemetery No 2, Hebuterne, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: V. E. 8.
Residence: 114, Halifax Rd., Staincliffe, Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: Batley, 28 Jun 1888
Additional Information: Son of Sarah E Humphrey and the late William Humphrey.
Employment: Woolen Mill
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 24 May 1918
Roll of Honour: Staincliffe C of E Junior School; Staincliffe Wesleyan Church
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

Hunt - Illingworth

HUNT, Michael

Name: HUNT, Michael
Rank: Private
Service Number: 4436
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
3rd/4th Bn. transf. to (517589) Labour Corps
Enrolled:
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 17/04/1919 Age: 35 years
How Died: Died at Staincliffe Base Hospital
Cemetery Batley Cemetery, Yorkshire, England
Grave Ref: O. 436.
Residence: 6 Back Crescent Street, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, 3 Sep 1884
Additional Information: Son of John and Catherine Hunt (nee Gallagher, m.1867). Husband Mary Ellen Hunt (nee Cairns, m. Jun 1912)
Employment: Sewage farm labourer for borough council (1911)
Marital Status: Married, 2 children
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 26 Apr 1919 (classifieds)
Roll of Honour: St Mary of the Angels RC Church, Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HUNTER, Charles

Name: HUNTER, Charles
Rank: Private
Service Number: 42568
Unit/Rgiment: South Staffordshire Regiment (Formerly 13314 KOYLI)
1st/5th Bn. (Territorial Force)
Enrolled: Leeds
Disembarked: 11 Sep 1915
Date of Death: 28/09/1918 Age: 27 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Roisel Community Cemetery Extension, Somme, France
Grave Ref: II. J. 16.
Residence:
Birth Place: Leeds, c.1891
Additional Information: Son of Joshua and Hannah Hunter, of Upper Bracken Farm, Shelf, Halifax, Yorks.
Employment: Skin Scudder (Tanners and Furriers)
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

HUNTER, Tom

Name: HUNTER, Tom
Rank: Private
Service Number: 200467
Unit/Rgiment: The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment (Formerly 2009)
1st Bn
Enrolled: Chorley
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 18/10/1918 Age: 21 years
How Died: Died of Wounds
Cemetery Vadencourt British Cemetery, Maissemy, Aisne, France
Grave Ref: II. C. 11.
Residence: 28, Wellington St., Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: Chorley, 26 Apr 1897
Additional Information: Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Hunter, of Chorley, Lancs. Husband of Sarah Ann Hunter (nee Wigglesworth, m. 1915, Bradford). Mother-in-Law: Mrs Wroe, 28 Wellington Street, Batley.
Employment:
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The Territorial Force War Medal, 1914-1919. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 2 Nov 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Batley Working Men’s Club
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

IDLE, Fred

Name: IDLE, Fred
Rank: Private
Service Number: 204356
Unit/Rgiment: Norfolk Regiment (Formerly 301365 Staffordshire Yeomanry)
7th Bn
Enrolled: Dewsbury, 1916
Disembarked: Aug 1918
Date of Death: 06/09/2018 Age: 19 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Peronne Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France
Grave Ref: III. O. 36.
Residence: 15 Parker’s Place, Woodwell
Birth Place: Earlsheaton, Jan 1898
Additional Information: Son of Mrs Idle, 15 Parkers Place, Woodwell. Enlisted at 16 of age, but parents obtained discharge.
Employment: Messers Walker & Smith, Batley
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 28 Sep 1918, 5 Oct 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

IDLE, Lister

Name: IDLE, Lister
Rank: Ex-Private/Pioneer/Sapper
Service Number: 116962
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Engineers
Labour Bn
Enrolled: 20 Aug 1915
Disembarked: 29 Aug 1915
Date of Death: 19/02/1916 Age: 45 years
How Died: Died of ruptured anuerism at home
Cemetery Batley Cemetery, Yorkshire, England (23 Feb 1916)
Grave Ref: N. 88.
Residence: 10 Woodwell Street, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, c.1870
Additional Information: Son of Josiah and Jeanette Idle (nee Stubley, m. 3 Mar 1851). Husband of Mary Emma Idle (nee Windle). Eight years overseas service in 1890’s. Served in BOER war as a reservist. Enlisted in KOYLI on 3 Sep 1914 but discharged on medical grounds 15 Mar 1915. Re-enlisted and served abroad for 5 weeks before repatriation. Father of Fred Idle (Killed in Action 6 Sep 1918).
Employment: Fettler or Coal miner
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 26 Feb 1916. Dewsbury Reporter, 26 Feb 1916
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

ILLINGWORTH, Joseph Edgar

Name: ILLINGWORTH, Joseph Edgar
Rank: Private
Service Number: 205111
Unit/Rgiment: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
1st/5th
Enrolled: Sheffield
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 25/04/1918 Age: 24 years
How Died: Killed in Action, Wytschaete, Belgium
Cemetery Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: Panel 42 to 47 and 162.
Residence:
Birth Place: Batley, c.1894
Additional Information: Son of Emily Illingworth, of 11, Sykes Street, Healey, Batley, and the late Thomas Illingworth.
Employment:
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour: Healey Congregational Church
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

Ineson - Ineson

INESON, Alfred

Name: INESON, Alfred
Rank: Private
Service Number: 47794
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Army Medical Corps
14th Field Ambulance. Hospital Ship “Britannic”
Enrolled: York, 11 Jan 1915
Disembarked: 14 May 1915. Discharged 28 Mar 1917, no longer physically fit for war service, mitral regurgitation (heart disease), rheumatism & Shell Shock after being torpedoed.
Date of Death: 07/01/1919 Age: 25 years
How Died: Died at home after war as a result of war service.
Cemetery Batley Cemetery, Yorkshire, England
Grave Ref: F “C” 283
Residence: Benny Parr Wood Bottoms, Ailsa Dell, Batley
Birth Place: Howden Clough, c.1894
Additional Information: Son of Isacc Midgley Ineson and Ruth Ineson (nee Asquith). Husband to Florence Annie Ineson (nee Dawson, m. 1918 Stamford, Lincolnshire). Enlisted as an Infantry Medical Orderly before transfer to a Hospital Ship.
Employment: Motor Driver, J T & J Taylor, Cheapside Mills
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 25 Nov 1916, 9 Dec 1916, 11 Jan 1919. Batley Reporter, 8 Dec 1916, 17 Jan 1919
Roll of Honour: All Saints Parish Church Batley; Temperance Hall – Smithies Lane, Birstall; Independent Order of Rechabites, Hope of Birstall Lodge.
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6
Soldiers Story: Alfred Ineson

INESON, Charles Clifford

Name: INESON, Charles Clifford
Rank: Private
Service Number: 409730
Unit/Rgiment: Canadian Infantry
16th Bn. Manitoba Regiment
Enrolled: Canada, 31 Aug 1914
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 11/08/1918 Age: 37 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Rosieres Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France
Grave Ref: III. C. 26.
Residence: Canada
Birth Place: Batley, 2 Jan 1881
Additional Information: Son of Samuel Ineson, Belle Vue Street, Healey. Emigrated to America after living in the South of England. Travelled 1000 miles to enlist in Canada.
Employment:
Marital Status:
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 24 Aug 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: All Saints Parish Church Batley; Christ Church Staincliffe
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

INESON, Clifford Bennett

Name: INESON, Clifford Bennett
Rank: Rifleman
Service Number: 43565
Unit/Rgiment: Queen’s Westminster Rifles (Formerly 22575 West Riding Regiment)
1st/16th Bn. London Regiment (Queen’s Westminster Rifles)
Enrolled: Dewsbury (Batley), Feb 1917
Disembarked: Mar 1918
Date of Death: 18/06/1918 Age: 19 years
How Died: Died of Wounds in hospital
Cemetery Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension,
Grave Ref: IV. L. 29.
Residence: Cardigan House, North King St., Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: Hanging Heaton, c. 1889
Additional Information: Son of William and Annetta Ineson of High Street, Hanging Heaton (later North King Street, Batley)
Employment: Warper, J B & W Hirst, Ladt Ann Mills
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 22 Jun 1918, 29 Jun 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: United Methodist Church (Ebenezer), Hanging Heaton; St Paul’s Church, Hanging Heaton; Hanging Heaton War memorial (St Paul’s)
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

INESON, Ernest

Name: INESON, Ernest
Rank: Private
Service Number: 47546
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
1st Bn.
Enrolled: Dewsbury, 1916
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 08/10/1918 Age: 29 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: Panel 8.
Residence:
Birth Place: Ossett, c.1889
Additional Information: Son of Herbert and Lydia Ann Ineson of 72 Wellington Street. Husband of Leah Ineson (nee Reid, m. 6 Nov 1909, Dewsbury, All Saints). Also served in Salonika.
Employment: Carbonising Dept., H Burrows, Rag Merchants, Batley Carr
Marital Status: Widowed, 2 children
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 19 Oct 1918, 26 Oct 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

INESON, Frank

Name: INESON, Frank
Rank: L/Cpl
Service Number: 37654
Unit/Rgiment: York and Lancaster Regiment
2nd Bn
Enrolled: Batley
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 21/03/1918 Age: 20 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action
Cemetery Queant Road Cemetery, Buissy, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: VI. F. 39.
Residence: 103 Bradford Road, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, c. Mar 1898
Additional Information: Son of the late Ebenezer Ineson and Mrs Emma Ineson (nee Lee, m. 24 Jan 1880, Mirfield, St Mary) of 103 Bradford Road, Batley
Employment: W Jubb, Grocer, Mount Pleasant, Batley
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 11 May 1918
Roll of Honour: Batley Central Methodist Church (Zion)
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

INESON, Fred

Name: INESON, Fred
Rank: Private
Service Number: (TO CHECK) 48466
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Lincolnshire Regt ????
Enrolled: Batley, 11 Dec 1915
Disembarked:
Date of Death: Age: years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery
Grave Ref:
Residence: 14 Hanover Street, Boothroyd Lane, Dewsbury
Birth Place:
Additional Information: Transferred to Reserve, 8 Mar 1919
Employment: Warehouseman
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

INESON, Herbert

Name: INESON, Herbert
Rank: Private
Service Number: 17/1012
Unit/Rgiment: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
17th Bn (Leeds Pals)
Enrolled: Leeds, Dec 1915 (Enlisted under age)
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 30/07/1916 Age: 18 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval
Grave Ref: XXI. B. 7.
Residence: Back Birch Street, Carlinghow
Birth Place: Batley, Oct 1897
Additional Information: Son of Mrs Emma Ineson, Back Birch Street, Carlinghow.
Employment: Hurrier, Howley Park Colliery
Marital Status:
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 11 Aug 1916. Batley News, 19 Aug 1916 (photo), 2 Sep 1916 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Cross Bank Wesleyan Church
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

INESON, James Walker

Name: INESON, James Walker
Rank: 2nd/Lt
Service Number:
Unit/Rgiment: Durham Light Infantry (Formerly Private Royal Welch Fusiliers)(Prev 28183 64 Bn Training Reserve)(Prev Leeds University OTC)
18th Bn.
Enrolled: Oct 1915
Disembarked: 6 Mar 1917
Date of Death: 18/05/1917 Age: 23 years
How Died: Killed in Action. Shot whilst rescuing a wounded soldier
Cemetery Bailleul Road East Cemetery, St. Laurent-Blangy
Grave Ref: I. K. 5.
Residence: 1 Bath Street, Batley (1911 with Stepmother)
Birth Place: Batley, 24 Jun 1894
Additional Information: Son of Frederick and Alice Ineson, of Batley. Engaged to Miss Ella Blakeley of Mount Pleasant, Batley. Commissioned Feb 1917. Brother of William
Employment: W Brooke & Co, Bradford Road, Batley
Marital Status: Engaged
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 26 May 1917 (photo), 2 Jun 1917
Roll of Honour: Batley Central Methodist Church (Zion); Broomhill Methodist Church (Taylor Street, Batley); Warwick Road JI & N School
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

INESON, William Brooke

Name: INESON, William Brooke
Rank: Cpl
Service Number: 775393
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Field Artillery (Territorial Force) (Formerly 1554)
“A” Bty. 245th Bde.
Enrolled: Leeds, Sep 1914
Disembarked: 14 Apr 1915
Date of Death: 25/10/1917 Age: 25 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Divisional Cemetery, Belgium
Grave Ref: L. 4.
Residence: 1 Bath Street, Batley (1911 with Stepmother)
Birth Place: Batley, 4 May 1892
Additional Information: Son of Frederick and Alice Ineson, of “Caledonia Mount,” I, Bath St., Batley, Yorks. Engaged to Miss Dorothy Turner of Oatland Villas, Batley.
Employment: Assistant Art Master, Batley Technical School
Marital Status: Engaged
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 3 Nov 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Batley Central Methodist Church (Zion); Broomhill Methodist Church (Taylor Street, Batley); Warwick Road JI & N School
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

INESON (18.9.1918), Harry

Name: INESON (18.9.1918), Harry
Rank: Gunner
Service Number: 295503
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Garrison Artillery (Formerly 5816, 149th Wakefield Heavy Battery, RGA)
214th Siege Bty.
Enrolled: Batley, Nov 1915
Disembarked: 1916
Date of Death: 18/09/1918 Age: 21 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Savy British Cemetery, Aisne, France
Grave Ref: I. Z. 10.
Residence: 59 Carlinghow Lane, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, 6 Feb 1897
Additional Information: Son of Ernest and Jane Elizabeth Ineson of Carlinghow Lane, Batley.
Employment: Messrs. Blackburn & Gledhill
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 28 Sep 1918, 5 Oct 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St John the Evangelist, Carlinghow, Batley; Cross Bank Wesleyan Church
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

INESON (27.8.1917), Harry

Name: INESON (27.8.1917), Harry
Rank: Gunner
Service Number: 48332
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Garrison Artillery
110th Heavy Bty.
Enrolled: Batley, Aug 1915
Disembarked: Egypt, Jan 1917
Date of Death: 27/08/1917 Age: 27 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Vlamertinghe New Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: V. E. 23.
Residence: 47 Crescent Street, Crossbank
Birth Place: Batley, c.1891
Additional Information: Son of James Lord Ineson and Caroline Ineson of Hume Street, Batley. Husband of Amy Ineson (nee Pollard, m. 11 Apr 1914, Batley All Saints).
Employment: Card Fettler, John Blackburn & Co., New Ing Mills
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 8 Sep 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: All Saints Parish Church Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

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INGLESON, Clifford

Name: INGLESON, Clifford
Rank: Private
Service Number: 46279
Unit/Rgiment: Durham Light Infantry
1st/7th Bn. attd. 181st Tunnelling Coy Royal Engineers
Enrolled: Pontefract (Batley), Mar 1917
Disembarked: Aug 1917
Date of Death: 01/11/1918 Age: 20 years
How Died: Died of Influenza
Cemetery Awoingt British Cemetery
Grave Ref: II. E. 10.
Residence: 14, Queen Street, Batley.
Birth Place: Batley, c. 1899
Additional Information: Son of Robert and Edith Ingleson, of 14 Queen Street, Batley
Employment: John Rhodes & Sons, Anchor Mills
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 9 Nov 1918, 16 Nov 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

INMAN, Joseph

Name: INMAN, Joseph
Rank: Private
Service Number: 33151
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
6th Bn
Enrolled: Batley, Jul 1916
Disembarked: Sep 1916
Date of Death: 10/04/1917 Age: 29 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Tigris Lane Cemetery, Wancourt, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: I. E. 13.
Residence: 1 East Street, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, 1888
Additional Information: Son of Thomas and Alice Inman (nee Garner). Husband of Elizabeth Rhodes m. 5 Apr 1913 St Andrews, Purlwell.
Employment: Finishing Department, Brooke, Wilford & Co.
Marital Status: Married, 2 children
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 12 May 1917. Batley Reporter, 18 May 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Paul’s Church, Hanging Heaton
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

JACKSON, Albert Kipling

Name: JACKSON, Albert Kipling
Rank: Private
Service Number: S/40372
Unit/Rgiment: Cameron Highlanders
1st Bn
Enrolled: Ripon (Batley), Feb 1916
Disembarked: Jul 1916
Date of Death: 15/11/1917 Age: 23 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: Panel 136 to 138.
Residence: 35 Clerkgreen Street, Batley
Birth Place: Worsborough Bridge, c. Jan 1894
Additional Information: Stepson of Mrs Annie Dawes (previously Kipling, m. 1901), 35 Clerk Green Street. Batley
Employment: Cinema Operator, Co-op Hall, Batley
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 1 Dec 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Batley Working Men’s Club
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

JACKSON, Frank

Name: JACKSON, Frank
Rank: Sapper
Service Number: WR/323136
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Engineers
I.N.L.D. (Inland Water Transport)
Enrolled: Batley, May 1917
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 15/05/1918 Age: 27 years
How Died: Died in Kent, following operation for appendicitis
Cemetery Birstall (St. Peter) Churchyard Extension
Grave Ref: North-East part A 1602.
Residence: 71 Bradford Road, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, 1892
Additional Information: Son of William and Ann Jackson (nee Rodgers, m. Jun 1889, Birstal St Peter) of 71 Bradford Road, Batley.
Employment: Tramway Collector, later Striker, J Bagshaw & Sons, Batley
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement:
Obituary: Batley News, 18 May 1918, 25 May 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: All Saints Parish Church Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

JACKSON, Fred

Name: JACKSON, Fred
Rank: Private
Service Number: 21325
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Scottish Borderers
“D” Coy. 7th Bn.
Enrolled: Dewsbury Aug 1915
Disembarked: 19 Dec 1915
Date of Death: 07/02/1916 Age: 19 years
How Died: Died of Wounds. Hit by grenade whilst resting on firestop
Cemetery Bethune Town Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: V. A. 3.
Residence: Rydal Mount, Commonside, Hanging Heaton
Birth Place: Batley Carr , c.1897
Additional Information: Son of Henry and Adeline Jackson, of Batley. Member of Batley Clarence Northern Rugby Union Intermediate League Championship winning team.
Employment: John Fenton & Sons.
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 19 Feb 1916 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Holy Trinity Church, Batley Carr; Hanging Heaton War memorial (St Paul’s)
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

JACKSON, John

Name: JACKSON, John
Rank: Private
Service Number: 52241
Unit/Rgiment: Durham Light Infantry (Formerly 33378 KOYLI)
22nd (Pioneer) Bn.
Enrolled: Batley, 17 Jul 1916
Disembarked: Sep 1916
Date of Death: 02/06/1917 Age: 34 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Dickebusch New Military Cemetery Extension, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: III. B. 3.
Residence: 54 Lady Ann Road, Soothill
Birth Place: Liverpool, c.1884
Additional Information: Son of the late Joseph Jackson and Elizabeth Jackson. Husband of Caroline Jackson (nee Ellis, m. 5 Aug 1905, Dewsbury All Saints). Former regular soldier.
Employment: Partner, Batley & District Window Cleaning Co.
Marital Status: Married, 2 children
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 16 Jun 1917. Batley Reporter, 15 Jun 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Luke’s Church, Soothill; St Paul’s Church, Hanging Heaton; Hanging Heaton War memorial (St Paul’s); Soothill Working Men’s Club
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

JAMES, Norman

Name: JAMES, Norman
Rank: L/Cpl
Service Number: S/9574
Unit/Rgiment: Seaforth Highlanders
1st Bn
Enrolled: Mexborough, Aug 1915
Disembarked: Mesopotamia, 25 Nov 1915
Date of Death: 26/12/1916 Age: 25 years
How Died: Died of Wounds in Persian Gulf
Cemetery Amara War Cemetery, Iraq
Grave Ref: XVI. J. 6.
Residence: 40 Belvedere Terrace, Byron Street, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, Apr 1892
Additional Information: Son of Tom and Elizabeth Ann James (nee Flethcher, m. 1883, Barnsley) of 26, Norfolk St., Batley, Yorks.
Employment: Assistant Pawnbroker, Thurnscoe
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 6 Jan 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

JAQUES, Harry

Name: JAQUES, Harry
Rank: Gunner
Service Number: 89406
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Garrison Artillery
256th Siege Battery
Enrolled: May 1916
Disembarked: France, Jun 1917
Date of Death: 30/10/1917 Age: 20 years
How Died: Killed in Action whilst trying to save Sgt of his Company at Poperinghe
Cemetery Dozinghem Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: XI. A. 2.
Residence: Commonside, Hanging Heaton
Birth Place: Soothill, Batley, c.1898
Additional Information: Son of Harriett Ann Jaques, of 87, Common Side, Batley, Yorks and the late John William Jaques.
Employment: Messrs. R Brearley & Sons, Queen Street Mills, Batley
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 10 Nov 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Hanging Heaton War memorial (St Paul’s); Associated with Commonside Wesleyan Chapel
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

JESSOP, Alexander

Name: JESSOP, Alexander
Rank: Private
Service Number:
Unit/Rgiment: Durham Light Infantry ??
Enrolled:
Disembarked:
Date of Death: Age: 29 years
How Died:
Cemetery
Grave Ref:
Residence: 151 Colbeck Buildings, Commercial Street, Batley
Birth Place: Stocks Lane, Batley, c.1887
Additional Information: Son of William and Margaret Lillie Jessop, brother of Willie Jessop. Husband to Mary Jessop (nee Finneran, m. Q2 1912). Mary Died & Burried 20 Nov 1913, Batley Cemetery, L 455.
Employment: Coal Hewer
Marital Status: Widowed
Medal Entitlement:
Obituary:
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 6

JESSOP, Ernest

Name: JESSOP, Ernest
Rank: Private
Service Number: 240797
Unit/Rgiment: Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regiment)
2nd/5th Bn.
Enrolled: Mirfield (Dewsbury), Nov 1914
Disembarked: Jan 1917
Date of Death: 20/11/1917 Age: 20 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, Nord, France
Grave Ref: Panel 6 and 7.
Residence: 32 High Street, Hanging Heaton
Birth Place: Marsden, c.1897
Additional Information: Son of Richard and Emma Jessop
Employment: J T & J Taylor, Blakeridge Mills. Previously worked as a Presser at Messrs. George Jessop & Sons, Batley.
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 15 Dec 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Paul’s Hanging Heaton; United Methodist Church (Ebenezer), Hanging Heaton; Hanging Heaton War memorial (St Paul’s)
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

JESSOP, Willie

Name: JESSOP, Willie
Rank: Private
Service Number: 35766
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (some sources say 35706)
2nd Bn
Enrolled: Dewsbury, 7 Aug 1916
Disembarked: 9 Nov 1916
Date of Death: 28/06/1917 Age: 33 years
How Died: Killed in Action. Killed by an exploding shell whilst shaving.
Cemetery Ramscappelle Road Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: IV. D. 11.
Residence: Rothery’s Yard, Lidgate Lane, Batley Carr
Birth Place: Batley, c.1884
Additional Information: Son of William and Margaret Lillie Jessop, brother of Alexander Jessop. Husband of Sophia Jessop (nee Colbeck, m. Sep 1909, Dewsbury).
Employment: Decorator, A & H Ruddlesden, Dewsbury
Marital Status: Married, 1 child
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 13 Jul 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Holy Trinity Church, Batley Carr
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

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JOHNSON, George Alfred

Name: JOHNSON, George Alfred
Rank: Sgt
Service Number: R/7281
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Royal Rifle Corps
2nd Bn
Enrolled: Leeds (Dewsbury), Nov 1914
Disembarked: 20 Oct 1915
Date of Death: 29/09/1916 Age: 22 years
How Died: Died of Wounds. Sustained head wound on 26 Sep 1916.
Cemetery Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension
Grave Ref: III. B. 1.
Residence: 14 School Lane, Dewsbury Moor
Birth Place: Dewsbury, c.1895
Additional Information: Son of Robert Brearley and Mary Ellen Johnson, School Lane, Dewsbury Moor.
Employment: Maypole Dairy Co., Batley
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: Military Medal. The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 14 Oct 1916 (photo). Military Medal listed in London Gazette 9 Dec 1916.
Roll of Honour: Batley R L Club
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

JOHNSON, George Herbert

Name: JOHNSON, George Herbert
Rank: Private
Service Number: 29578
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
1st Bn
Enrolled: Batley
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 03/10/1918 Age: 26 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Bellicourt British Cemetery, Aisne, France
Grave Ref: IV. N. 8.
Residence: White Lee
Birth Place: Batley, c.1891
Additional Information: Son of Elizabeth Johnson (nee Holtby). Stepson to George Willian Clark (m. 17 Oct 1896, Birstall St Peter). Husband to Ellen Johnson (nee Barber, m. Apr 1916, Dewsbury).
Employment: Printers Labourer (1911)
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour: St John the Evangelist, Carlinghow, Batley; White Lee Working Men’s Club
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

JOY, Arthur Gaythorne

Name: JOY, Arthur (G)
Rank: Private
Service Number: 4137
Unit/Rgiment: Devonshire Regiment (formerly 6064 Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry)
1st/6th Bn (Territorials)
Enrolled: Sheffield
Disembarked: 30 Nov 1914
Date of Death: 28/07/1916 Age: 37 years
How Died: Died from Disease, Basra, Mesopotamia.
Cemetery Amara War Cemetery, Iraq
Grave Ref: IX. C. 10.
Residence: 59 Mount Pleasant, Earlsheaton
Birth Place: Liversedge , c.1879
Additional Information: Son of John and Hannah E Joy. Reservist on outbreak of war. Native of Staincliffe.
Employment: Mason’s Labourer
Marital Status: Married, 1 child
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 12 Aug 1916. Batley Reporter, 18 Aug 1916 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Dewsbury War Memorial; Earlsheaton Park War Memorial; St Peter’s Church, Earlsheaton; Staincliffe C of E Junior School
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

JUBB, Charles

Name: JUBB, Charles
Rank: Private
Service Number: 38783
Unit/Rgiment: Lancashire Fusiliers (Formerly 30864 KOYLI)
2nd/8th Bn.
Enrolled: Birstall (Batley) Jun 1916
Disembarked: Jun 1917
Date of Death: 09/10/1917 Age: 25 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action
Cemetery Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: Panel 54 to 60 and 163A.
Residence: Wensleydale Parade, Bradford Road, Birstall
Birth Place: Birstall, c.1892
Additional Information: Son of Newsome and Annie Jubb of Geldard Road, Birstall (former licensees of the Coach & Six).
Employment: Fettler, Illingworth & Co., Carr Mills
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 24 Nov 1917 (photo), 24 Aug 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Saviour’s Brownhill; Birstall Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (St John’s); Birstall War Memorial
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

JUBB, James Critchley

Name: JUBB, James Critchley
Rank: Lieutenant
Service Number: n/a
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
1st/4th Bn (Territorial Force)
Enrolled:
Disembarked: France, 2 Jan 1916
Date of Death: 23/07/1916 Age: 32 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action. Last seen leading a bombing sortie.
Cemetery Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Grave Ref: Pier and Face 11 C and 12 A.
Residence: Southfield, Upper Batley, Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: Batley, 10 Apr 1884
Additional Information: Son of Arthur Alma Jubb and Mary Ellen Jubb. Husband of Gertrude Jane Jubb (nee Barnby, m.Sep 1915, Sculcoates).
Employment: Articled to J H Craik, Batley Town Clerk
Marital Status: Married, 1 child
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 29 Jul 1916, 5 Aug 1916 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Saviour’s Brownhill; St Thomas the Apostle, Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

JUBB, Joseph Sheard

Name: JUBB, Joseph Sheard
Rank: Private
Service Number: 15/1612
Unit/Rgiment: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
15th Bn
Enrolled: Leeds (Harrogate), Jun 1915
Disembarked: Egypt, 22 Dec 1915
Date of Death: 02/08/1916 Age: 29 years
How Died: Killed in Action. Sniped whilst wiring.
Cemetery St. Vaast Post Military Cemetery, Richbourg-L’Avoue
Grave Ref: III. F. 16.
Residence: Blenheim House, Batley (1911)
Birth Place: Batley, 24 Jan 1888
Additional Information: Son of John Joseph and Matilda Jubb (nee Sheard, m. 27 Aug 1871, Batley, St Thomas) of Blenheim House, Batley and Holbeck Hill, Scarborough. Father was ex-mayor of Batley. Husband to Mabel Jubb (nee Poppleton, m. Oct 1915, registered Knaresborough).
Employment: Hanstock & Sons, Architects / Surveyers
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 12 Aug 1916 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Thomas the Apostle, Batley; Batley Conservative Club; Batley Grammar School
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

JUDGE, Lawrence

Name: JUDGE, Lawrence
Rank: Private
Service Number: 200877
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
1st/4th Bn.
Enrolled: Batley, Nov 1914
Disembarked: Aug 1916
Date of Death: 24/07/1917 Age: 35 years
How Died: Died of Wounds, gas poisoning.
Cemetery Coxyde Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: I. K. 29.
Residence: 34 Hume Street, Batley
Birth Place: Bradford, 4 Mar 1882
Additional Information: Son of Patrick and Kate Judge (nee Madden). Brother of Batley footballer Paddy Judge.
Employment: Miner, Howley Park Colliery
Marital Status: Married, 5 children
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 17 Aug 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Mary of the Angels RC Church, Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KAYE, Charles

Name: KAYE, Charles
Rank: Gunner
Service Number: 162386
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Garrison Artillery
217th Siege Bty.
Enrolled: Batley (Birstall), Jun 1917
Disembarked: Sep 1917
Date of Death: 22/11/1917 Age: 40 years
How Died: Died of Wounds / Killed in Action
Cemetery Vlamertinghe New Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: XII. C. 10.
Residence: 4 Smithies Lane, Birstall
Birth Place: Batley, c. 1877
Additional Information: Son of Jesse and Sarah A Kaye. Husband of Annie Kaye (nee Epton, m. 3 Aug 1907, Rashclifee St Stephen)
Employment: Taylor, Yielding & Co.
Marital Status: Married, 4 children
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 1 Dec 1917, 8 Dec 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Also on Birstall War Memorial. Associated with Birstall Temperence Society and Wesleyan Chapel.
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KELLETT, William

Name: KELLETT, William
Rank: Private
Service Number: 4990
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
1st/4th Bn
Enrolled: Dewsbury, 1915
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 07/07/1916 Age: 20 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Grave Ref: Pier and Face 11 C and 12 A.
Residence: 8, White Terrace, Batley.
Birth Place: White Lee, Batley, 28 Feb 1896
Additional Information: Son of Joseph and Jane Kellett (nee Drable, m. Sep 1892, Dewsbury) of Carlinghow Lane, Batley.
Employment: Bye-worker, Carlinghow Colliery Company
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 12 Aug 1916 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St John the Evangelist, Carlinghow, Batley; White Lee Working Men’s Club
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KELLEY, William

Name: KELLEY, William
Rank: Private
Service Number: 79645
Unit/Rgiment: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
5th (Reserve) Bn
Enrolled: Batley, 11 Dec 1915
Disembarked: 21 Jun 1918
Date of Death: 12/09/1918 Age: 30 years
How Died: Discharge 13 Aug 1918 due to ill health (phthisis)
Cemetery Batley Cemetery, Yorkshire, England
Grave Ref: O. 461.
Residence: 1 Spa Street, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, 3 May 1887
Additional Information: Suspect son of John and Annie Kelly (nee Trainer). Husband of Mary Kelley (nee Cairns, m. Feb 1911, Batley St Mary’s). Death not attributed to military service. Never served overseas.
Employment: Coal Miner (Hewer)
Marital Status: Married, 2 children
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour: St Mary of the Angels RC Church, Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KEMP, Joseph Albert

Name: KEMP, Joseph Albert
Rank: Private
Service Number: 268016
Unit/Rgiment: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own) (Formerly 6524)
1st/6th Bn
Enrolled: Leeds
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 25/04/1918 Age: 21 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: Panel 42 to 47 and 162.
Residence: 15, Osborne Terrace, Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: c.1897
Additional Information: Son of William and Elizabeth Kemp, of 15, Osborne Terrace, Batley, Yorks.
Employment:
Marital Status:
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Addenda

Kendrick - Kitson

KENDRICK, Leonard

Name: KENDRICK, Leonard
Rank: Private
Service Number: 1629
Unit/Rgiment: South Lancashire Regiment
7th Bn (formerly 2nd Bn)
Enrolled: Warrington (Dewsbury)
Disembarked: 21 Sep 1914
Date of Death: 09/07/1916 Age: 20 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Grave Ref: Pier and Face 7 A and 7 B.
Residence:
Birth Place: Hunsley, Oct 1896
Additional Information: Son of Thomas and Mary Eliza Kendrick, Bury Square, Thornhill Lees
Employment:
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 4 Aug 1916 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Christ Church Staincliffe
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KERSHAW, Thomas Edward

Name: KERSHAW, Thomas Edward
Rank: Private
Service Number: TF/260042
Unit/Rgiment: Middlesex Regiment (Formerly 205090 KOYLI)
1st/8th Bn.
Enrolled: Batley, Mar 1917
Disembarked: Jul 1917
Date of Death: 16/08/1917 Age: 28 years
How Died: Killed in Action. Shot during an advance through no-mans-land.
Cemetery Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: Panel 113 to 115.
Residence: 9 Carr Street, Mill Lane, Hanging Heaton
Birth Place: Batley, c.1889
Additional Information: Son of Ramsden and Florence Kershaw of Oak Dene, Soothill. Husband of Florence Kershaw (nee Parkin m. 11 Sep 1911, Hanging Heaton St Paul).
Employment: Assisted Father, Bootmaker/Repairer, Ashworth Road, Dewsbury.
Marital Status: Married, 1 child
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 1 Sep 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Paul’s Church, Hanging Heaton; Hanging Heaton War memorial (St Paul’s)
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KERSHAW, Thomas Erskine

Name: KERSHAW, Thomas Erskine
Rank: Gunner
Service Number: 58691
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Garrison Artillery
19th Heavy Bty.
Enrolled: Batley, Sep 1915
Disembarked: 18 Nov 1915
Date of Death: 19/10/1917 Age: 24 years
How Died: Killed in Action. Killed when Battery hit by enemy shellfire at Ypres.
Cemetery Canada Farm Cemetery, Belgium
Grave Ref: III. E. 4.
Residence: 8, Alfred St., Mount Pleasant, Batley, Yorks
Birth Place: Blarney, County Cork.
Additional Information: Enlisted whilst studying at Leeds Teacher Training College. Son of Mary Ellen Kershaw and the late Thomas Kershaw.
Employment: Pupil Teacher at Birstall Central Schools
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 27 Oct 1917, 3 Nov 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Associated with Hanover Street United Reformed Church
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KEY, George

Name: KEY, George
Rank: Private
Service Number: 32416
Unit/Rgiment: South Staffordshire Regiment
2nd Bn.
Enrolled: Bradford (Shearbridge)
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 02/06/1917 Age: 25 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Bois-Carre British Cemetery, Thelus, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: II. B. 7.
Residence: 12, Rink Terrace, Mount St., Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: Great Hale, Lincolnshire, c.1892
Additional Information: Son of Francis and Mary Ann Key, of Great Hale, Sleaford, Lincs. Husband of Hilda Key (nee Beals, m. Dec 1915, Dewsbury).
Employment:
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KEY, John Willie

Name: KEY, John Willie
Rank: Private
Service Number: 301777
Unit/Rgiment: Durham Light Infantry. (Formerly 6121, 29862 KOYLI, 42288 Northumberland Fusiliers)
1st/8th Bn
Enrolled: Batley, May 1916
Disembarked: Oct 1916
Date of Death: 05/11/1916 Age: 25 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action
Cemetery Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Grave Ref: Pier and Face 14 A and 15 C.
Residence: 19 Dewsbury Gate Road, Staincliffe
Birth Place: Batley, c.1892
Additional Information: Live with sister, Mrs Crawshaw, at 19 Dewsbury Gate Road, Staincliffe
Employment: S Milnes & Sons, Paper Merchants, Bradford Road, Dewsbury
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 16 Dec 1916, 23 Dec 1916 (photo),23 Jun 1917 (photo), 17 Mar 1917.
Roll of Honour: Christ Church Staincliffe; Upper Chapel, Heckmondwike; Staincliffe Liberal Club
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KILKENNY, John

Name: KILKENNY, John
Rank: Sgt
Service Number: 1418
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
12th Bn
Enrolled: Dewsbury, May 1915
Disembarked: Jul 1916
Date of Death: 11/12/1917 Age: 35 years
How Died: Died of Wounds
Cemetery Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: XXXI. C. 8.
Residence: 5 Leeds Road, Birstall
Birth Place: Birstall, c. 1883
Additional Information: Husband to Margaret Jessie Kilkenny (nee Richardson, m.1909) . Wounded 8 Nov 1917
Employment: West End Colliery
Marital Status: Married, 5 children
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 22 Dec 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Saviour’s Brownhill; Birstall War Memorial
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KILLINGLEY, James Albert

Name: KILLINGLEY, James Albert
Rank: Gunner
Service Number: 174831
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Field Artillery
A Bty. 148th Bde.
Enrolled: Batley, Sep 1916
Disembarked: Dec 1917
Date of Death: 02/10/1918 Age: 26 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Wulverghem-Lindenhoek Road Military Cemetery, West Vlaaderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: I. D. 37.
Residence: West View, Staincliffe
Birth Place: Batley, 17 Dec 1891
Additional Information: Husband to Harriet Killingley (nee Ingram, m. Oct 1915, Dewsbury). Wife is nurse at Staincliffe Base Hospital
Employment: Oil Blender, Alfred Hill & Sons, Dewsbury
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 12 Oct 1918, 19 Oct 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KING, Joseph

Name: KING, Joseph
Rank: Private
Service Number: 10707
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
2nd Bn
Enrolled: Dewsbury
Disembarked: 8 Oct 1914
Date of Death: 12/12/1914 Age: 20 years
How Died: Died of Wounds, wounded 2/11/1914 and left leg later amputated.
Cemetery Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: III.B.61
Residence: 34 Albert Street, Batley Carr
Birth Place: Westtown, Dewsbury, c.1895
Additional Information: Son of Elam & Mary King of Albert Street, Batley Carr
Employment: Hurrier in Coal Mine
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914 Star + Clasp. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 18 Dec 1914, 24 Dec 1914
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KITCHINGMAN, Parker

Name: KITCHINGMAN, Parker
Rank: Private
Service Number: 1362
Unit/Rgiment: Durham Light Infantry
5th Bn
Enrolled: Castle Eden
Disembarked: France, 17 Apr 1915
Date of Death: 09/11/1915 Age: 21 years
How Died: Died of Wounds
Cemetery Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: III. F. 1A.
Residence: Coxhoe
Birth Place: Batley, c.1894
Additional Information: Son of Arthur and Amelia Kitchingman, of Coxhoe, Co. Durham.
Employment: Pony Driver, underground (1911)
Marital Status:
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Addenda

KITCHINGMAN, Randall

Name: KITCHINGMAN, Randall
Rank: Private
Service Number: 17864
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Depot
Enrolled: Dewsbury, Aug 1914
Disembarked: Jul 1916
Date of Death: 05/12/1916 Age: 26 years
How Died: Struck down with appendicitis whilst home on leave. Died in Batley Hospital.
Cemetery Batley Cemetery, Yorkshire, England
Grave Ref: J. 148.
Residence: 8 Oldroyd’s Yard, Batley Carr
Birth Place: Heckmondwike, Nov 1889
Additional Information: Husband of Nellie Kitchingman (nee Smith m. 26 Oct 1912 Batley Carr Holy Trinity)
Employment: Wilman Brothers, Rag & Shoddy Manufacturers
Marital Status: Married, 3 children
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 9 Dec 1916, 16 Dec 1916 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Holy Trinity Church, Batley Carr
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KITSON, John Henry

Name: KITSON, John Henry
Rank: 2/Lt
Service Number:
Unit/Rgiment: Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regiment) (Formerly 764099 London Regiment, 28th Bn. Prev 10098)
5th Bn
Enrolled: Dec 1916
Disembarked: Dec 1917
Date of Death: 14/04/1918 Age: 33 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: Panel 82 to 85 and 162A.
Residence: Glen Villas, 219 Bradford Road West, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, Apr 1884
Additional Information: Son of Timothy and Sarah F. N. Kitson, of Glen Villas, Bradford Rd., Batley, Yorks. Brother of William Kitson (D of W 28 Jun 1918). Commissioned Oct 1917.
Employment: Manager/Buyer, Brown, Muff & Co., Bradford
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement:
Obituary:
Roll of Honour: St Saviour’s Brownhill; Birstall Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (St John’s); Birstall War Memorial
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

KITSON, William Pitt

Name: KITSON, William Pitt
Rank: Sgt
Service Number: 50779
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Garrison Artillery
99th Siege Bty.
Enrolled: Leeds (West Batley), Nov 1914
Disembarked: May 1916
Date of Death: 28/06/1918 Age: 28 years
How Died: Died of Wounds. Gas poisoning and Bronchial Pneumonia
Cemetery Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: I. C. 4.
Residence: Glen Villas, 219 Bradford Road West, Batley
Birth Place: Birstall, c.1890
Additional Information: Son of Timothy and Sarah F. N. Kitson, of Glen Villas, Bradford Rd., Batley, Yorks. Husband of Eva Kitson (nee Ainsworth, m. Apr 1916, Dewsbury) of Batley, Yorkshire. Brother of John Kitson.
Employment: Hotham & Whiting, Wholesale Clothiers, Leeds
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 5 Jul 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Saviour’s Brownhill; Birstall Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (St John’s); Temperance Hall – Smithies Lane, Birstall; Birstall War Memorial
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

Knowles - Leach

KNOWLES, Fred

Name: KNOWLES, Fred
Rank: Private
Service Number: 82571
Unit/Rgiment: Durham Light Infantry
20th Bn
Enrolled: Dewsbury (Batley)
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 12/09/1918 Age: 19 years
How Died: Died of Wounds
Cemetery Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: III. E. 38.
Residence:
Birth Place: Batley, c.1899
Additional Information: Son of Ernest and Jane Ann Knowles (nee Harrison,m. 1898, Dewsbury), of Batley, Yorkshire.
Employment:
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LABOURN, Fred

Name: LABOURN, Fred
Rank: Private
Service Number: 690431
Unit/Rgiment: Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regiment)
1st/5th Bn
Enrolled: Mirfield (Batley) Jan 1915
Disembarked: 14 Apr 1915
Date of Death: 17/06/1915 Age: 17 years
How Died: Died of Wounds
Cemetery Merville Communal Cemetery, Nord, France
Grave Ref: III. K. 7.
Residence: No 8 Coop Buildings, Soothill Lane
Birth Place: Chidswell
Additional Information: Son of George and Mary Ellen Labourn (nee Bollon, m. 29 Nov 1890, Hanging Heaton, St Paul) of Soothill Lane, Batley.
Employment:
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 26 June 1915
Roll of Honour: Hanging Heaton War memorial (St Paul’s); Soothill Congregationalist Church
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7
Soldiers Story: Fred Labourn

LAIRD, Charles

Name: LAIRD, Charles
Rank: Private
Service Number: 34071
Unit/Rgiment: Lincolnshire Regiment (Transferred to (26655) 45th Coy. Labour Corps)
Enrolled: Batley, 2 Mar 1917
Disembarked: Mar 1917
Date of Death: 21/03/1918 Age: 33 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France
Grave Ref: Panel 94.
Residence: 14 Upper North Street, Mount Pleasant
Birth Place: Berwick-on-Tweed, c.1885
Additional Information: Son of Charles and Jessie Mary Laird of West Park Road, Healey, Batley. Husband of Ethel Laird (nee Craig, m. Dec 1910).
Employment: Willeyer, J B & W Hirst, Lady Ann Mills
Marital Status: Married, 1 child
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 4 May 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Sons of Temperance, Purlwell Wesleyan Church
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LANDERS, Bruce

Name: LANDERS, Bruce
Rank: Private
Service Number: PLY/146(S)
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Marine Light Infantry
2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div.
Enrolled: Sep 1914
Disembarked: Dardanelles
Date of Death: 28/04/1917 Age: 23 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action
Cemetery Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: Bay 1.
Residence: 23 Hume Street, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, 3 Feb 1894
Additional Information: Son of Mrs Ruth Landers, widow of 23 Hume Street, Batley. Served in Dardanelles & France
Employment: J & J Saxton, Oil Extractors, Batley
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 26 Jan 1918 (photo). Batley Reporter, 9 mar 1917
Roll of Honour: Associated with Hanover Street United Reformed Church
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LANG, Patrick

Name: LANG, Patrick
Rank: Private
Service Number: 16/1626
Unit/Rgiment: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
12th Bn (Bradford Pals)
Enrolled: Bradford, Aug 1915
Disembarked: Feb 1916
Date of Death: 14/07/1916 Age: 19 years
How Died: Killed in Action. Killed by a direct hit from a Whizz-Bang
Cemetery Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Grave Ref: Pier and Face 2 A 2 C and 2 D.
Residence: Bunkers Lane, Staincliffe
Birth Place: Staincliffe, c.1897
Additional Information: Son of Mr & Mrs James Lang of Bunkers Lane, Staincliffe
Employment: Dewsbury L & Y Railway Station
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 19 Aug 1916
Roll of Honour: Christ Church Staincliffe
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LAW, Herbert

Name: LAW, Herbert
Rank: Private
Service Number: 33658
Unit/Rgiment: Lincolnshire Regiment
1st Labour Coy. transf. to (23667) 40th Coy. Labour Corps
Enrolled: Batley, Feb 1917
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 24/06/1917 Age: 33 years
How Died: Died of Wounds
Cemetery Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: XIV. D. 20.
Residence: 4 Tillotson Street, Cross Bank, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, c.1884
Additional Information: Son of Giblen and Ada Law (nee Drake). Husband of Dorothy Law (nee Ottowell, m. 13 Apr 1914, Hanging Heaton St Paul).
Employment: Measuring Dept., G & J Stubley
Marital Status: Married, 1 child
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 7 Jul 1917, 14 Jul 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Hanover Street United Reformed Church
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LAW, John (Jack)

Name: LAW, John (Jack)
Rank: Gunner
Service Number: 84160
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Garrison Artillery
278th Siege Bty.
Enrolled: Batley, 24 May 1916
Disembarked: Mar 1917
Date of Death: 26/09/1917 Age: 30 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery The Huts Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: VII. D. 12.
Residence: Maxwell House, Bradford Road, Batley
Birth Place: Mirfield, c.1888
Additional Information: Son of John and Annie P. Law of Bradford Road, Batley
Employment: Spinner, J B & W Hirst, Lady Ann Mills
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 13 Oct 1917, 20 Oct 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: All Saints Parish Church Batley; Batley Conservative Club
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LAXTON, Reginald Earle (Rex)

Name: LAXTON, Reginald Earle “Rex”
Rank: 2nd Lt.
Service Number: Formerly Private 15/577
Unit/Regiment: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
16th Bn. attd. 93rd/1st Trench Mortar Bty.
Enrolled: 1914
Disembarked: Egypt, Dec 1915. France, May 1916
Date of Death: 10/06/1916 Age: 21 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Bertrancourt Military Cemetery, Somme, France
Grave Ref: Plot 1. Row C. Grave 11.
Residence: Dryfield House, Healey, Batley
Birth Place: Dewsbury, 17 May 1895
Additional Information: Son of George Wright and Edith Laxton (nee Thornton, m. 20 Sep 1889) of Batley, Yorks. Commissioned 25 Jun 1915 in 16th Bn., West Yorkshire Regiment.
Employment: W C Gaunt, Wool Merchants, Bradford
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 17 Jun 1916, 1 Jul 1916. Dewsbury District News, 17 Jun 1916 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Christ Church Staincliffe; Batley Central Methodist Church (Zion)
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LEACH, Irvin

Name: LEACH, Irvin
Rank: Ex L/Sgt
Service Number: TR5/72233
Unit/Rgiment: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
88th Training Reserve Bn
Enrolled: 7 Jun 1915
Disembarked: Discharged 27 Jan 1917 due to sickness
Date of Death: 06/03/1917 Age: 24 years
How Died: Died from sickness Newcastle Hospital
Cemetery Batley Cemetery, Yorkshire, England
Grave Ref: E. “U” 293.
Residence: 19 Purwell Lane, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, c.1893
Additional Information: Son of William Leach and the late Dorothy (nee Nicholson) Leach.
Employment: Tailor
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: Silver War Badge
Obituary: Batley News, 10 Mar 1917 (classifieds), 9 Mar 1918 (classifieds)
Roll of Honour: St Andrews Church, Purlwell
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LEACH (6.4.1917), John

Name: LEACH (6.4.1917), John
Rank: Gunner
Service Number: 104210
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Garrison Artillery
154th Siege Bty.
Enrolled: Dewsbury, 13 Jul 1916
Disembarked: Jan 1917
Date of Death: 06/04/1917 Age: 33 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Anzin-St Aubin British Cemetery
Grave Ref: I. A. 14.
Residence: 115 Soothill Lane, Batley
Birth Place: Batley, c.1884
Additional Information: Son of George Robert and Eliza Leach. Husband of Frances Ann Leach (nee Messenger, m. 17 Sep 1910, Hanging Heaton St Paul).
Employment: G & J Stubley, Bottoms Mill
Marital Status: Married, 2 children
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 21 Apr 1917, 28 Apr 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Hanging Heaton War memorial (St Paul’s); Soothill Working Men’s Club
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LEACH (13.4.1918)(LEECH), John

Name: LEACH (13.4.1918)(LEECH), John
Rank: Private
Service Number: 34341
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
1st/4th Bn
Enrolled: Batley, Aug 1916
Disembarked: Dec 1916
Date of Death: 13/04/1918 Age: 20 years
How Died: Died of Wounds
Cemetery Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: Panel 108 to 111.
Residence: 44 Victoria Street, Carlinghow
Birth Place: Batley, 10 Sep 1897
Additional Information: Son of Michael and Bridget Leach (nee Connell) of Batley
Employment: Soothill Wood Colliery
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 11 May 1918, 18 May 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Mary of the Angels RC Church, Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

Leather - Lilley

LEATHER, George

Name: LEATHER, George
Rank: Private
Service Number: 3/1527
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
9th Bn.
Enrolled: Dewsbury Aug 1914
Disembarked: 13 Oct 1915
Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Age: 19 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Grave Ref: Pier and Face 11 C and 12 A.
Residence: 5 Back Albion Street, Springfield, Dewsbury
Birth Place: Batley, c.1897
Additional Information: Son of William Henry & Harriett Leather (nee Haley, m. 25 Dec 1891, Batley All Saints). Enlisted under age 2 weeks after the outbreak of war.
Employment: Rope lad down the pit
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 28 Jul 1916 (photo). Batley News, 15 Aug 1916
Roll of Honour: St Paul’s Church, Hanging Heaton; Hanging Heaton War memorial (St Paul’s)
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LEE, George

Name: LEE, George
Rank: Ex-Rifleman
Service Number: C/6775
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Royal Rifle Corps
18th Bn.
Enrolled: Dewsbury, 6 Aug 1915
Disembarked: Discharged
Date of Death: 06/10/1921 Age: 31 years
How Died: Died in Great Britain
Cemetery Dewsbury Cemetery, Yorkshire
Grave Ref: I. “U” 230.
Residence: 18 Cross Mount Street, Batley Carr
Birth Place: Dewsbury, c.1890
Additional Information: Son of Edward and Sarah Lee. Husband to Priscilla Lee (nee Gibson, m.Dec 1910, Dewsbury))
Employment: Cloth Finisher
Marital Status: Married, 2 children
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 14 Oct 1921 (classifieds), 6 Oct 1922 (classifieds)
Roll of Honour: Dewsbury War Memorial
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LEE, Horace

Name: LEE, Horace
Rank: Private
Service Number: 53641
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Formerly 10678 KOYLI)
1st Bn.
Enrolled: Dewsbury (Batley), Sep 1915
Disembarked: Jun 1916
Date of Death: 01/10/1917 Age: 21 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: Panel 63 to 65.
Residence: 17, Cobden St., Batley, Yorkshire.
Birth Place: Batley, 18 Dec 1895
Additional Information: Son of Walter and Hannah Lee, of 17, Cobden St., Batley, Yorkshire.
Employment: John Blackburn & Co., New Ing Mill
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 9 Mar 1917. Batley News, 20 Oct 1917, 27 Oct 1917 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St Mary of the Angels RC Church, Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LEE, Joshua

Name: LEE, Joshua
Rank: Private
Service Number: 22534
Unit/Rgiment: York and Lancaster Regiment
2nd/5th Bn.
Enrolled: Batley, 1915
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 27/11/1917 Age: 35 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action
Cemetery Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, Nord, France
Grave Ref: Panel 9 and 10.
Residence:
Birth Place: Batley, c.1885
Additional Information: Son of Alfred and Emily Lee, 64 Bradford Road, Batley. Death ultimately confirmed by Red Cross.
Employment: Weaving Dept., W J R Fox & Sons.
Marital Status:
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 5 Jan 1918, 18 May 1918
Roll of Honour: Batley Central Methodist Church (Zion)
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LEE, Thomas

Name: LEE, Thomas
Rank: Able Seaman
Service Number: KW/321
Unit/Rgiment: Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Formerly 16483 KOYLI)
Anson Bn. R.N. Div.
Enrolled: 2 Sep 1914
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 04/06/1915 Age: 35 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action
Cemetery Helles Memorial, Turkey (including Gallipoli)
Grave Ref: Panel 8 to 15.
Residence: 54, King Street, Batley Carr, Batley, Yorks.
Birth Place: Leeds, 5 Nov 1879
Additional Information: Husband of Sarah Ann Lee (nee Pearson). Transferred to RNVR 7 Sep 1914.
Employment: Woolen Fettler
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Addenda

LEES, George William

Name: LEES, George William
Rank: Private
Service Number: M/404857
Unit/Rgiment: Army Service Corps (Formerly 94115 RAMC, 30719 AVC)
Army Service Corps (M.T.)
Enrolled: Batley, 1917
Disembarked: 1917
Date of Death: 05/11/1918 Age: 20 years
How Died: Died in Croydon of Influenza/Pneumonia
Cemetery Birstall (St. Peter) Churchyard Extension
Grave Ref: A. 863. (In North-West part)
Residence: 36 Brookroyd Lane, Birstall
Birth Place: Batley, 19 Apr 1898
Additional Information: Son of Walter and Mary Ann Lees (nee Wriggles) of Brookroyd Lane, Birstall
Employment: J T & J Taylor, Cheapside Mills
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 9 Nov 1918 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Brownhill St Saviour’s Church
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LEIGH (LEE), George Arthur

Name: LEIGH (LEE), George Arthur
Rank: Private
Service Number: 1985
Unit/Rgiment: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
1st/5th Bn
Enrolled: Huddersfield, 14 Feb 1912 (Territorial)
Disembarked: 14 Apr 1915
Date of Death: 04/11/1915 Age: 20 years
How Died: Killed in Action
Cemetery Bard Cottage Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Grave Ref: I.D.24
Residence: 14 Rawroyds, Holywell Green, nr. Halifax
Birth Place: Batley, c.1895
Additional Information: Son of Tom and Hannah Lee (nee Crabtree, m. 26 Jan 1889, Batley All Saints). Husband of Agnes Lee (nee Dickenson, m. 18 Feb 1914, South Crossland Holy Trinity).
Employment: Millhand
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary:
Roll of Honour: St John the Evangelist, Carlinghow, Batley
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7
Soldiers Story: George Arthur Leigh (Lee)

LEONARD, Edward

Name: LEONARD, Edward
Rank: Private
Service Number: 2202
Unit/Rgiment: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
1st/8th Bn
Enrolled: Leeds, Aug 1914
Disembarked: 16 Apr 1915
Date of Death: 02/07/1916 Age: 22 years
How Died: Missing, presumed Killed in Action
Cemetery Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France
Grave Ref: Pier and Face 2 A 2 C and 2 D.
Residence: 24 North Bank Road, Cross Bank, Batley
Birth Place: Morley, Jun 1894
Additional Information: Son of William and Emma Leonard (nee Dowd) of 24 North Bank Road, Batley. His sister Annie Leonard died of picric acid poisoning 21 Jul 1916, working in the manufacture of shells.
Employment: Confidential Clerk, Bodenheim & Carlebach, Rag Merchants, Dewsbury
Marital Status: Single
Medal Entitlement: The 1914-15 Star. The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 26 Jun 1915, 22 Jul 1916, 30 Sep 1916 (photo)
Roll of Honour: St John the Evangelist, Carlinghow; St Mary of the Angels RC Church, Batley; Batley Grammar School
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LIGHTFOOT, Ernest

Name: LIGHTFOOT, Ernest
Rank: Private
Service Number: 12/1573
Unit/Rgiment: King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
12th Bn
Enrolled: Dewsbury, 1915
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 09/07/1916 Age: 25 years
How Died: Died of Wounds. Wounds sustained 1 Jul 1916, spent 130 hours in No Mans Land before regaining touch with his Battalion.
Cemetery Couin British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France
Grave Ref: I. D. 19.
Residence: 11, Springfield View, Willans Road, Dewsbury.
Birth Place: Savile Town, 16 Jul 1891
Additional Information: Son of John and Ellen Lightfoot. Husband of Harriet Ann Lightfoot (nee Cooper, m. Oct 1910, Dewsbury)
Employment: Carrier
Marital Status: Married
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley Reporter, 28 Jul 1916 (photo), 8 Aug 1919 (classifieds)
Roll of Honour:
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7

LILLEY, Harvey

Name: LILLEY, Harvey
Rank: Private
Service Number: 30093
Unit/Rgiment: East Yorkshire Regiment (Formerly 33165 KOYLI)
1st Bn
Enrolled: Batley, Jul 1916
Disembarked:
Date of Death: 30/09/1918 Age: 31 years
How Died: Died in Captivity, Marpent, Belgium, from influenza & heart failure.
Cemetery Marpent Communal Cemetery, Nord, France
Grave Ref: C. 2.
Residence: 44, Whitaker Street, Batley, Yorkshire.
Birth Place: Ossett, c.1887
Additional Information: Son of Joseph and Sabina Lilley, of Ossett. Husband of Martha Lilley (nee Shepard, m. 18 May 1912, Broomhill Chapel, Batley). Died of Spanish Flu/heart failure. Captured at Kimmel on 25 Apr 1918.
Employment: Joseph Lilley (Father), Tripe Boiler, Flushdyke
Marital Status: Married, 1 Child
Medal Entitlement: The British War Medal, 1914-18. Victory Medal.
Obituary: Batley News, 15 Feb 1919, 22 Feb 1919 (photo)
Roll of Honour: Broomhill Methodist Church (Taylor Street, Batley)
Memorial: Batley War Memorial, Plaque No 7