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UPDATED JANUARY 2011

Sheffield's Great War Monumental Inscriptions

Along with all my other Great War interest's, perhaps this, the photographing and recording of inscriptions, is the most tangible part of what I do, a direct link to the men who died and their families that were left behind.

Sheffield's cemeteries and churchyards are littered with headstones commemorating the city's dead of not just the Great War, but other war's she has sent her men to.

The families and indeed the Stonemasons carving the inscriptions, must have thought they were going to be there for ever. Alas, even as early as the Fifties, and again in the Eighties, headstones were removed en masse from many of Sheffield's burial sites from a health and safety point of view that carries on to this day, with the removal and the laying down of 'unsafe' headstones.

The inscription's I believe, are recorded in various archives, but I decided to record the headstones photographically as well. In all some 1,500 photographs. Miles and miles of walking! Five visits to City Road Cemetery, six visits to Burngreave! I didn't have a plan, I just walked up and down every row until I came to a Great War inscription! But I loved every minute of it !

This is not a comprehensive collection of what is in our burial sites, there are still a few small sites to walk round and record, plus revisits to the ones I've already been round.

Walking around the cemeteries you get an understanding of how vital it is to record an image of the headstones, as some are in a very poor state of repair. Whole faces of some stones have sheared off completely, while others are on their way.

A familiar sight are the CWGC headstones, but other family graves/headstones are recognised by, and are in the care of, the CWGC.

On my travels I have come across Privates, Majors, Captains, Corporals, Zeppelin Raid victims, Lieutenants, Able Seamen etc, etc, also 16 year old John Edwin Scanlan, buried in Burngreave Cemetery. He was accidentally shot by a souvenir of the Great War in December 1919.

A very moving part of this exercise was reading the personal inscriptions added to the headstones by family -

Pte. Arthur Brown at Burngreave -

'he fought for love and freedom, we know he did his best, asleep in the arms of Jesus, a British soldier at rest'.

Harold Norton - Norton - 'he loved honour more than he feared Death, like a Dove gentle, like a Lion bold'

William Jackson - Crookes -

'farewell to you my wife so dear, farewell to you my parents near, farewell to all and pity take, and love my infant for my sake' (it seems William knew he was dying)

I would now like to thank Peter Bayliss for his input into this list of inscriptions, Peter covered Ecclesall All Saints and Fulwood burial sites on my behalf. Also to Hugh Waterhouse for sending me images of headstones I missed from Wardsend Cemetery.

Here with a small list of CWGC headstone images i have from France and Flanders etc.

ANCRE BRITISH CEMETERY, BEAUMONT HAMEL

ABEL. S. 18647 KOSB

ALLEN. P.G. 26526 KOYLI

BARNES. O. TZ/8519 RND

BENNETT. J.W. TZ/5863 RNVR

BESCOBY. J.B. 17413 EAST YORKSHIRE RGT

FOX. F. TZ/5733 RNVR

GODBEHERE. W.H. KW/629 RNVR

PANTON. A.W. 2nd Lieut. ROYAL ENGINEERS

POWELL. G.W. 15294 NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS

SHEPHERD. H. TZ/6484 RNVR

WARD. H. TZ/7623 RNVR

WATSON. A.E. TZ/8998 RNVR

BAGNEUX BRITISH CEMETERY, GEZAINCOURT

BINNEY. HARRY, 7429 EAST YORKSHIRE RGT

BEAULENCOURT BRITISH CEMETERY

OAKES. S. 2nd Lieut. ROYAL ENGINEERS

BEAURINS ROAD CEMETERY

HOSGSON. J.B. 39990 KOYLI

BEERSHEBA WAR CEMETERY, ISRAEL

WILLIAMS. ARTHUR J. 2nd LIEUT. WELSH RGT

BERKS CEMETERY EXTENSION/PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

ROEBUCK. LARRET, 8116 YORK & LANCS

REARDON. WILLIAM, C/7319 KRRC

BULLY-GRENAY COMMUNAL CEMETRY

LIVERSIDGE. EDGAR, 16272 NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS

CHAPELLE BRITISH CEMETERY, HOLNON

ALSOP. FRED, 53526 YORK & LANCS

DUNK. HAROLD, 32979

HALL. J. 3/2865 KOYLI

HARTLEY. RICHARD, 13912 WEST YORKSHIRE RGT.

STENNETT. WALTER, 204771 YORK & LANCS

WOLSTENHOLME. SELBY, 268728 NOTTS & DERBY RGT

COHB, OLD CHURCH CEMETERY, IRELAND

LINNETT. STANLEY WILLIAM, MERCANTILE MARINE

COXYDE MILITARY CEMETERY

HEMPSALL. J. 19840 ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY

DUHALLOWS A.D.S. CEMETERY

KIBBEL. THOMAS ARTHUR, 2300 YORK & LANCS

EUSTON ROAD CEMETERY, COLINCAMPS

APPLEBY. F.O. 12/851 YORK & LANCS

BARTON. J.A. 12/867 YORK & LANCS

BENNETT. 12/870 YORK & LANCS

COCKAYNE. A.F. 14686 NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS

GOUZEAUCOURT NEW BRITISH CEMETERY

BETTS. CHARLES CECIL, 82774 DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY

GWITHIAN (ST. GOTHIAN) CHURCHYARD

WHEELHOUSE. W. K/7846 ROYAL NAVY

LAVENTIE MILITARY CEMETERY

POWELL. R.O. CAPTAIN & ADJT. ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY

LUKES COPSE

CARDING-WELLS. JOHN RICHARD, 65 YORK & LANCS

DRIVER. H. 12/641 YORK & LANCS

GUNSTONE. F. 660 YORK & LANCS

GUNSTONE. W.W. 661 YORK & LANCS

HOLLIS. A.J. 12/687 YORK & LANCS

MAQUADE. H. 12/722 YORK & LANCS

OLIVER. R. 12/1011 YORK & LANCS

PEARSON. E. 12/746 YORK & LANCS

PLANT. J. 1225 YORK & LANCS

SKINNER. E.S. 12/1053 YORK & LANCS

SWIFT. J.S. 1064 YORK & LANCS

ORCHARD DUMP

TAYLOR. ALFRED, 12415 YORK & LANCS

PONT-DU-HEM MILITARY CEMETERY, GORGUE

BOWER. W. 200701 YORK & LANCS

FROGATT. J.A. 200701 YORK & LANCS

HUNTER. B. 202419 YORK & LANCS

HOWARD. R. 203395 YORK & LANCS

EGLEY. A. 238020 YORK & LANCS

IBBOTSON. H. 201603 YORK & LANCS

KENYON. J. 203616 YORK & LANCS

LAWLEY. G. 200237 YORK & LANCS

NICHOLSON. M. 202166 YORK & LANCS

WOOD. E. 200753 YORK & LANCS

QUARRY CEMETERY, MONTAUBAM

WOODHOUSE. LEVI, 90230 ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY

QUEENS CEMETERY, PUISIEUX

ASPLAND. S.E. 12/284 YORK & LANCS

BEAUMONT. D. 12/1448 YORK & LANCS

CLIXBY. C.G. 12/1294 YORK & LANCS

COOPER. R. 12/336 YORK & LANCS

DINSDALE. F. 2nd LIEUT. YORK & LANCS

EYRE. L. 12/1301 YORK & LANCS

MALEHAM. S. CAPT. YORK & LANCS

NEILL. H. 12/193 YORK & LANCS

OWEN. G.H. 12/208 YORK & LANCS

PARKER. J.W. 12/743 YORK & LANCS

PRIESTLEY. H. 12/1315 YORK & LANCS

SADLER. G.H. 12/771 YORK & LANCS

STANLEY. J. 12/1197 YORK & LANCS

THORNE. A.J. 12/799 YORK & LANCS

WATERHOUSE. J. 12/1327 YORK & LANCS

RAILWAY HOLLOW CEMETERY, HEBUTERNE

BRAMMER. A. 879 YORK & LANCS

BUTTERY. J.A. 887 YORK & LANCS

FRANKS. A.H. 1964 YORK & LANCS

GOODLAD. A. 12/929 YORK & LANCS

HAMPTON. F.B. 12/667 YORK & LANCS

HOBSON. F.H. 12/957 YORK & LANCS

LOXLEY. F.H. 12/562 YORK & LANCS

NORRIS. H. 12/199 YORK 7 LANCS

OWEN. C.E. 1523 YORK & LANCS

SCOTHERN. F.J. 1044 YORK & LANCS

STOCKEL. G. 12/523 YORK & LANCS

WARD. G.E. 1882 YORK & LANCS

RUE DU BACQUEROT

KNIGHT. W. R/1457 KRRC

RUE PETILLON MILITARY CEMETERY

CUSWORTH. A.P. 12021 KOYLI

HILL. EDWARD, 17758 WEST YORKSHIRE RGT

MOODY. HERBERT, 1737 ARMY CYCLIST CORPS

PARKER. G.H.G. 41563 ROYAL LANCASTER RGT

REVILL. JOHN WALTER, 9816 NOTTS & DERBY RGT

WARING. FREDERICK WILLIAM, 7322 BORDER RGT

SAILLY-SUR-LA-LYS CHURCHYARD

CRAGGS. GOLDTHORPE, (served as H. Jones) 5052 BORDER RGT

STRAND MILITARY CEMETERY

SHERWIN. GEORGE ARTHUR, 204340 YORK & LANCS

SUCRERIE MILITARY CEMETERY, COLINCAMPS

FROST. A.D. 12/1238 YORK & LANCS

FURNISS. E. 12/651 YORK & LANCS

GEE. F. 12/110 YORK & LANCS

HAIGH. F. 14294 COLDSTREAM GUARDS

MATTHEWS. R.H.B. 12/568 YORK & LANCS

TREFCON BRITISH CEMETERY, CAULAINCOURT

BANYARD. PERCY, 44824 MANCHESTER RGT

BEECH. W. 52552 ESSEX RGT

DALE. ALBERT, 53521 YORK & LANCS

DEARN. F. 4216 QOYD

McGRATH. E. 74439 ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY

ROBERTS. A. 4/8478 WEST YORKSHIRE RGT

SWANN. J.E. 201072 YORK & LANCS

TURTON. BERNARD, 93172 DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY

WHITE CITY CEMETERY

MAUNDERS. CHARLES, 5635 ROYAL BERKSHIRE RGT

YORK CEMETERY

JACKMAN. ALBERT, 200215 YORK & LANCS

YPRES RESERVOIR CEMETERY

BAXTER. W.H. 11525 KOYLI

BROWN. W. 39742 KOYLI

BROWN. W. 11602 KOYLI

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ABBEY. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

243031 PRIVATE A. ABBEY, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L. I. 23rd January 1918.

ADAMS. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. HENRY ADAMS, E.Y. REGT, the beloved son of ROBERT and SARAH ADAMS, who died Novr 6th 1919, aged 23 years.

ADAMS. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also WALTER, their son killed in action in Belgium Oct 9th 1917 aged 19 years, also HENRY their son, killed in action in France Nov 1st 1918 aged 29 years.

ADDY. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also of GEORGE A. ADDY, their son, killed in France Sep. 7th 1916, aged 30 years.

ADDY. Burncross Cemy.

Also FREDERICK WALTER, the beloved son of the above who fell in action in France on April 7th 1918, aged 24 years.

ADDY. Wadsley Parish Church, CWGC.

22050 CORPORAL T. E. ADDY, ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS, 1st January 1918.

AGAR. City Road Cemy.

Also of HERBERT, son of the above killed in France July 19th 1918, aged 32 years.

ALCOCK. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

1661 GUNNER H. ALCOCK, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 9th February 1915 age 20, also in memory of, 786511 BDR. FRANK A. ALCOCK, R.F.A. killed in action 11/4/1917.

ALLCARD. Abbey Lane Cemy.

Also of ALBERT, the beloved son of the above, who died November 7th 1918 aged 29 at the 3rd Canadian Hospital, Boulogne, France, and was interred November 10th 1918, at Terlingthun Cemetery near Boulogne, ‘Not dead but sleepeth’.

ALLEN. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of HARRY, the beloved husband of MARY ALLEN, son in law of the above who was killed in action in France April 9th 1917, aged 23 years, ‘Memories cling with many a silent tear’.

ALLOT. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

And WALTER, who fell in action in France July 1st 1916 aged 33 years.

ALLOTT. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also GEORGE, their beloved son killed in action April 16: 1918.

ALLOTT. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also PTE. P ALLOTT, husband of the above who fell in action May 8th 1915, aged 30 years.

AMOS. Burngreave Cemy.

THOMAS. Headstone laid down.

ANDREW. City Road Cemy. CWGC.

23/390 PRIVATE H. ANDREW, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, 17th December 1916 age 20.

ANDREW. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also in memory of L/CPL. JOSEPH ANDREW, No 577 12th Y & L reported missing July 1st 1916, aged 21 years.

And GUNNER JOHN ANDREW, No 213299. 86th BRIGADE, R.F.A. Killed in action March 21st 1918. Sons of the above.

ANDREWS. Wardsend Cemy.

In loving memory of RIFLEMAN HENRY ANDREWS, the beloved husband of HARRIET ANDREWS, who died in Egypt September 9th 1916 aged 46 years, also of JOHN SPYE, cousin of the above, late Y and L, who died June 16th 1918 aged 42 years, ‘In the midst of life we are in death’.

ANSON. Crookes Cemy.

CORPORAL WILLIAM, ( late Royal Engineers ) the beloved son of EDWIN & MILDRED ANSON, who was accidentally killed at Redmires Nov 29th 1915 aged 24 years,’In the midst of life we are in death’.

ANTCLIFFE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also HENRY ANTCLIFFE, killed in action July 9th 1917, in his 22nd year.

ANTHONIES. Crookes Cemy.

Also of HUGH, SERGT R.E. killed in action at Gallipoli Aug 9th 1915 aged 36 years, and THOMAS, PRIVATE K.O.Y.L.I. died from wounds received in action in France Nov 1st 1916 aged 40 years, sons of the above.

ANTHONIES. St Mary’s Walkley. CWGC.

4016 PRIVATE T. ANTHONIES, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L. I. 1st November 1916 age 40. ‘Till we meet again’.

ANTRAM. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of JOSEPH HENRY, the beloved husband of ESTHER ANNIE ANTRAM, killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 39 years.

APPLEYARD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of DAVID APPLEYARD, K.O.Y.L.I. 2nd Bn. the beloved husband of BEATRICE APPLEYARD, killed on Hill 60, France, April 18th 1915, aged 31 years.

ARMITAGE. Oughtibridge Parish Church.

Also ARNOLD their beloved son who was killed in action in France, June 13th 1916, aged 24 years. ‘Roses may wither, flowers fade and die, friends may forget you, but never shall we’.

ARMITAGE. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. JOHN ARMITAGE, YORK & LANC RGT, the beloved husband of CHARLOTTE HANNAH ARMITAGE, who died from wounds received in action at the Base Hospital Sheffield, Oct 12th 1916, aged 28 years, ‘Servant of God, well done, with all thy conflicts past, the battles fought the victory won, and thou art crowned at last.

ASH. Crookes Cemy.

In loving memory of PRIVATE CHARLIE ASH, R.M.L.I. the beloved husband of ROSE ASH, who died May 25th 1919 aged 29 years, ‘At Rest’.

ASHFORTH. City road Cemy.

Also FREDERICK VINCENT ASHFORTH, son of the above died in France April 21st 1918, aged 34 years. ‘Rest in peace’.

ASHMORE. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

3943 PRIVATE J.W. ASHMORE, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 26th January 1918 age 31.

ASHTON. City Road Cemy.

Also of ALBERT, the beloved husband of SUSAN ASHTON, and son of the above who was killed in action at Ypres, Belgium July 2nd 1915, aged 34 years. ‘He died for his country’.

ASHWORTH. Intake New Cemy.

Also of MARCUS, the dearly loved son of the above, killed in action October 1st 1916 aged 19 years, of the 8th K.O.Y.L.I. REGT.

ASTLING. Burngreave Cemy.

SAPPER ALBERT ASTLING, R.E. 3rd son of THOMAS & ELIZABETH ASTLING, died of wounds received in action at

Bethune France Dec 31st 1916, aged 32 years, interred at Bethune Town Cemetery, ‘He died the noblest death a man may die, fighting for God and right and liberty, and such a death is immortality’.

ATKIN. Abbey Lane Cemy, CWGC.

333715 AIR MAN 1st CL. WILLIAM HAROLD ATKIN, ROYAL AIR FORCE, 30th May 1921 age 20.

ATKINS. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of NEVILLE A. ATKINS, son of the above, killed in action Oct 5 1917, aged 18 years, and was interred at Hooge Crater Cemetery.

ATKINSON. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also their sons STANLEY, killed in action July 1st 1916 aged 19 years, CLIFFORD who died in infancy.

ASKIN. Abbey Lane Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. THOMAS ASKIN, COLDSTREAM GUARDS, the beloved son of HARRY & ELLEN ASKIN, who was killed in action Sep 15th 1916, aged 22 years, ‘Greater love hath no man than this that he lay down his life for his friends’.

AUSTICK. Wadsley Parish Church.

Also of WILLIE, son of the above who was killed in action in France September 27th 1915 aged 24 years. ‘At Rest’.

AYRES. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of their beloved son PTE. J.T. AYRES, M.T. A.S.C. M2 203619, who entered into rest June 15th 1918 aged 29 years and was interred at the British Cemetery, Gezaincourt Doullens.

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BACON. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of JOSEPH HENRY, son of JOSEPH and JANE E. BACON, killed in action April 29th 1918, aged 19 years, buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium.

BAILEY. City Road Cemy.

Also of SGT ARTHUR BAILEY, son of the above killed in action Aug 18th 1917, aged 34 years. ‘R.I.P’.

BAILEY. Darnall Cemy.

Also ERNEST, their beloved son who was killed in France, Sept 28th 1917, aged 34 years.

BALL. City Road Cemy.

Also HUBERT WILLIAM, WEST RIDING ROYAL ENGINEERS, elder son of the above and KATE BALL, who was killed in France on November 19th 1916, aged 28 years, and was interred at Bienvillers. ‘Death is only the portal to a higher life’.

BAMFORTH. Tinsley Park Cemy. CWGC.

7347 PRIVATE J. W. BAMFORTH, EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 18th November 1914 age 29.

BANYARD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PERCY BANYARD, the beloved son of the above, who was killed in action in France Sept 13th 1918, in his 21st year, ‘Peace perfect peace’.

BARDWELL. Norton Cemy.

Also BERNARD BARDWELL, MACHINE GUN CORPS, died in France Jany 3rd 1918, aged 19 years.

BARKER. City road Cemy.

In loving memory of our dear son PTE. BERTIE BARKER, L. N. LANCASHIRES, killed in action in Mesopotamia March 9th 1917, aged 23 years. ‘Peace perfect peace’.

BARKER. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also of FREDERICK WILLIAM, son of the above who was killed in action at Loos Oct 4th 1915 aged 28 years. ‘He nobly answered duty’s call, his life he gave for one and all’.

BARKER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. GEORGE FRANCIS BARKER, ROYAL SCOTS, eldest son of the above killed in action at Zonnebeke Sept 26th 1917, aged 32 years,’Until the day break’.

BARKER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also GEORGE WILLIAM, died in France Sept 5th 1916 in his 22nd year.

BARKER. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

3337 PRIVATE W. BARKER, YORK & LANCASTER REGIMENT, 13th November 1918 age 26.

BARLOW. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also HARRY ARCHIBALD, 2nd LIEUT. LANCS FUS, killed in action July 10th 1917, interred at Nieuport, Belgium, aged 25 years,

BARNABY. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of their son CAPT. WILLIAM GORDON BARNABY, killed in action Aug 23rd 1916 aged 23 years.

BARNES. City road Cemy. CWGC

142963 2nd AIR MECH. JOHN BARNES, ROYAL AIR FORCE, 23rd February 1919 age 19.

BARNSLEY. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also of L/CORPL GEORGE BARNSLEY of the ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS, only son of the above, Born November 2nd 1874. Killed in action May 24th 1915.

BARR. Christ Church, Fulwood.

JOHN TOOTHILL BARR. Killed in action France 23 April 1917 age 39.

BARROTT. Birtin Cemetery, Oughtibridge, CWGC.

13639 PRIVATE J. BARROTT, LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT, 29th July 1916.

BARTON. Darnall Cemy.

Also of RFLM. ARTHUR BARTON, R.I.R. son of the above who was killed in action in France, March 28th 1918, aged 25 years, ‘Until the day break, and the shadows flee away’.

BARWELL. St Thomas Holywell Road. CWGC.

34776 L.J.BARWELL, EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 23rd November 1916 age 37.

BATES. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

In loving memory of PTE. CYRIL, the dearly beloved son of THOMAS H. & PATTY B. BATES, of 9 Stubbin Lane, Firth Park, who was reported missing April 11th 1918 and interred at Le Meneggatt? German cemetery, Steenwehck? In his 20th year.

BATTY. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. ALBERT, the beloved husband of MARY ANN BATTY, who died Nov 5th 1918, aged 29 years.

BAUM. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

200905 CORPORAL A. J. BAUM, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 12th September 1918 age 41.

BAXTER. City Road Cemy.

Also GEORGE HENRY, beloved son of the above killed in action July 21st 1916, aged 29 years. Also JAMES ARTHUR, beloved son of HENRY and HARRIET BAXTER, who died of wounds in France April 4th 1917, aged 31 years. ‘God’s will be done’.

BAXTER. City Road Cemy.

JAMES ARTHUR (see George Henry Baxter, City Road Cemy.)

BEACHELL. Underbank Chapel, Stopes Road.

Also of ERNEST, only son of the above, born Aug 23rd 1889, killed in action in France Sep 6th 1917.

BEADLE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of GEORGE E. BEADLE, 8th Y & L RGT, who was killed in action in France July 1st 1916, aged 24 years.

BEAL. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also of ARNOLD JAMES BEAL, eldest son of the above who was killed in action in France July 1st 1916 age 22 years.

BEARD. St Nicholas Bradfield.

Also of PTE. JOSEPH BEARD, son of the above who died of wounds at Boulogne November 10th 1916, aged 21 years. ‘Nearer my God to thee’.

BEARDSHAW. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

149412 PRIVATE J. W. BEARDSHAW, MACHINE GUN CORPS ( INF ) 19th October 1919 age 33.

BEATTIE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in loving memory of SERGT. W.J. BEATTIE, W.Y. the beloved husband of ALICE BEATTIE, and son of the above, who was killed in action July 20th 1918, aged 36 years. Also CORPL. JOHN WILLIAM HENSTOCK, R.F. the beloved husband of MARY HENSTOCK, and son-in-law of the above, who was killed in action Sept 3rd 1918, aged 25 years.

BEATSON. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of HARRIET BEATSON, widow of the late FREDERICK BEATSON, killed in action France 1918.

BEAUMONT. City Road Cemy. CWGC.

39941 LANCE CPL. G.M. BEAUMONT, MM. YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 5th December 1917 age 30.’Thy will be done’.

BEDFORD. Christ Church, Fulwood.

In loving memory of 2nd LIEUT. SEATON HALL BEDFORD 2nd ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGIMENT, late of the HONOURABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY killed in action in France on July 1st 1916 aged 27.

BEE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of ALBERT BEE, beloved husband of the above who was killed in action Sep 20th 1917, aged 29 years. (Wifes family grave).

BEE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also ALBERT, son of the above, killed somewhere in France Sept 20th 1917, aged 29 years, (Parents family grave).

BEECH. City Road Cemy.

Also PTE. WALTER BEECH, 11th ESSEX REGT, the dearly loved husband of SUSANNAH BEECH, and son in law of the above who was killed in action Sept 17th 1918, aged 34 years, and was interred at Trefcon British Cemetery France. ‘He loved and was loved’.

BELCHER. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of MAJOR FREDERICK PERCY BELCHER, R.F.A. the dearly loved son of the above, who died from wounds received at Lens, July 29th 1918, aged 33 years.

BELL. City Road Cemy.

Also PTE. ARNOLD BELL, 13th YORK & LANCS, killed in action June 15th 1917, aged 24. also PTE. HERBERT BELL, SOUTH STAFFS, died Aug 14th 1918 and was interred in Germany, aged 19, sons of the above.

BELL. City Road Cemy.

Herbert Bell (see Arnold Bell, City Road Cemy.)

BELL. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of their son SERGT. H.W.W. BELL, M.S.M. who died at Mouyet, Belgium, Feby. 26th 1919, aged 34.

BELL. Crookes Cemy.

JOHN RICHARD BELL, 1st PIONEER BATTN. A.I.F. second twin son of the above, killed in action, France March 29th 1918 aged 24 years & 8 months.

BELL. City Road Cemy.

Also of SERGT. W. J. BELL, R.I.F, son of the afore named who died at Salonica Nov 22nd 1915, aged 25 years.

BENNETT. Crookes Cemy.

Also in loving memory of LEONARD SPENCER, 15th BATT. AUSTRALIAN FORCES, son of JOHN CHARLES & ANN BENNETT, who nobly fell in action at Gallipoli May 3rd 1915, aged 23 years.

BENSON. Darnall Cemy, CWGC.

6467 PRIVATE FRANK BENSON, EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 24th April 1917 age 34, also his wife BERTHA BENSON died 1st June 1920, age 26.

BENSTEAD. Burngreave Cemy.

In ever loving memory of PTE. A.B. (BENN), BENSTEAD, ? BATT. NORTHUMBERLAND FUS, beloved son of the above presumed killed in action in France March 23rd 1918 aged 19 years, ‘Peace perfect peace’.

BERESFORD. St Mary’s Walkley. CWGC.

1186 L/BOMBARDIER G. H. BERESFORD ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 15th November 1918 age 21 ‘Worthy of everlasting love’.

BERTAUT. Crookes Cemy.

Also in proud and loving memory of HARRY son of the above who was killed in France April 15th 1918, age 22.

BEWSHER. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. FRANK BEWSHER, 18472 1st BATT. CANADIANS, their beloved son killed in action June 13th 1916, aged 21 years, at Ypres, Belgium. ‘He nobly answered duty’s call’.

BILBEY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of ARTHUR THOMAS BILBEY, father of above who was killed July 1st 1916 aged 41 years.

BINGHAM. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

TR 5/18457 PRIVATE A. BINGHAM, 5th TRAINING RESERVE BN, 10th September 1917 age 18.

BINGHAM. Norton Cemy.

Also WALTER, son of the above, killed in France Nov 1917, aged 20 years.

BINNS. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also in proud and loving memory of CLEMENT STANLEY BINNS 2nd LIEUTENANT 20th NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS youngest son of the late GEORGE BINNS and devoted husband of RUTH VICTORIA BINNS, killed in action at La Bosiselle France, Battle of the Somme 1st July 1916 in the Great European War for freedom and civilisation 1914-1918, aged 31 years.

BINNS. City Road Cemy.

Also GEORGE, son of the above who was killed in action Ypres Sept 14th 1915, aged 25 years.

BIRCH. City Road Cemy.

Also of the above named JOSEPH HENRY BIRCH, GNR RFA, who was killed in action in France Octr 17th 1917, aged 31 years. ‘Gone but not forgotten’.

BIRKS. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of SIDNEY, beloved son of the above who died of wounds received in action in France, October 1st 1918, aged 18 years. ‘At rest’.

BIRKS. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of THOMAS, the beloved husband of SARAH BIRKS, who died of wounds Aug 23rd 1916, aged 33 years.

BIRKS. City road Cemy. CWGC.

242816 PRIVATE W. H. BIRKS, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 2nd July 1918 age 38. ‘Rest in peace’.

BIRTLES. City road Cemy.

Also of BERNARD VINCENT, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France October 26th 1916, aged 37 years.

BIRTLES. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. HENRY BIRTLES, son of the above killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 21 years, ‘Sadly missed’.

BIRTLES. St Michael’s Rivelin.

Also for JOHN & WILLIAM BIRTLES, sons of the above who were both killed in action in France and died heroic deaths. JOHN died Aug 23rd 1915 aged 21 years, WILLIAM died Jan 10th 1917 aged 26 years. ‘Sweet Jesus grant them eternal rest’.

BISHOP. Burngreave Cemy.

Sacred to the memory of ALAN STEPHEN BISHOP, of the 8th BATTALION AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY FORCE, beloved son of JOHN & JEMINA BISHOP, of Melbourne, Australia, who died on December 9th 1916 from wounds received in action at Armentieres, France, on July 19th 1916, aged 21 years. ‘My presence shall go with thee’.

BLACKLEDGE. Burncross Cemy.

Also BDR. HARRY BLACKLEDGE, R.F.A. dearly loved son of the above who died on active service in Damascus on Oct 14th 1918, aged 30 years.

BLACKTIN. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also of PT. FREDERICK BLACKTIN, youngest son of the above who was killed in action in France March 5th 1916 aged 23 years.

BLACKWELL. City Road Cemy.

Also WILLIAM, the beloved husband of BEATRICE BLACKWELL, who died from being gassed in action May 20th 1918, aged 30 years.

BLAND. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

19456 PRIVATE G. BLAND, LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT, 4th April 1921 age 51.

BLENKARN. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of LANC CORP. WILLIAM BLENKARN, beloved son of the above who fell in action in France September 10th 1916, aged 25 years, ‘From the midst of Battle to eternal rest’.

BLOUNT. Burngreave Cemy.

John Blount. The headstone appears to be a later one, but there is no mention of John.

BLOW. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of HERBERT, beloved son of the above, killed in action in France Sept 15th 1916, aged 21 years.

BOARDMAN. Intake New Cemy, CWGC.

42604 PRIVATE H. BOARDMAN, NORFOLK REGT, 11th November 1918.

BODDY. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

480059 DRIVER T. BODDY, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 29th August 1919.

BODEN. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of RICHARD THOMAS, dearly loved son of the above died of wounds received in action in France, Oct 24th 1918. aged 20 years. ‘So sudden was the call’ ‘Deeply mourned’.

BOLLAND. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. CHARLES BOLLAND, Y & L REG, the beloved husband of ELLEN BOLLAND, who was killed in action in France June 22nd 1917, aged 40 years.

BOND. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of the above named ARTHUR BOND, who was killed in action at the Dardanelles, August 22nd 1915, aged 34 years. ‘Thy will be done’.

BOND. City Road Cemy. CWGC.

7901 PRIVATE G. F. BOND, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 12th April 1919.

BOOKLESS. City Road Cemy.

LIEUT. JAMES HARRY BOOKLESS, NELSON BATT R.N.D, beloved son who fell at the Dardanelles May 5th 1915, aged 34 years.

BOOTH. Norton Cemy.

The cross is a replica of his comrades memorial at Trefcon Cemy, St. Quentin, France to FRANCIS BOOTH, ‘Lifes sorrows still fluctuate Gods love does not, and his love is unchanged when it chances our lot, till we meet’.

BOOTH. City road Cemy.

Also of PRIVATE FRED BOOTH, LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS, the beloved son of the above who died Novr. 1st 1914 from wounds received in action in France, aged 30 years. ‘He has fought the good fight’.

BOOTH. Norton Cemy.

Also of PRIVATE FRED BOOTH, youngest son of the above of the D.L.I. late of the Y & L. who was killed in action Sept 14th 1918, at Havrincourt in his 32nd year.

BOOTH. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in loving memory of PTE. HARRY GROWTHER, K.O.Y.L.I. RGT. Son of the above, killed in action Nov. 1st 1914, aged 31 years.

BOOTH. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. HERBERT BOOTH Y & L, who was killed in action in France July 1st 1916, aged 41 years.

BOOTH. Tinsley Park Cemy.

John Booth (See Thomas Booth, Tinsley Park Cemy.)

BOOTH. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of THOMAS BOOTH 1st C. STOKER R.N. their beloved son, who went down on H.M.S. GOOD HOPE in the naval battle Novr. 1st 1914, aged 22 years. ‘To memory ever dear’. Also of their beloved son JOHN BOOTH, SIGNAL BOY on H.M.S. INDEFATIABLE, lost in Jutland battle May 31st 1916, aged 17 years. ‘A better son you could not find., he nobly answered duty’s call’.

BOOTH. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of WALTER, their beloved son, missing May 3rd 1917, aged 27 years.

BOTHAMLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. ERNEST BOTHAMLEY, the beloved husband of FLORENCE BOTHAMLEY, died Aug 11th 1917, aged 35 years, ‘Memory like Ivy clings’.

BOUCHER. City Road Cemy.

Also our dearly loved HAROLD, son of the above killed in the Great War Sepr. 29th 1918, aged 22 years. ‘To know him was to love him’.

BOURNE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of the aforesaid ARTHUR BOURNE, killed in action in France, Nov. 21st 1917, aged 32 years.

BOWER. St Mary’s Walkley.

In loving memory of PRIVATE GEORGE HENRY BOWER, R.D.C. The beloved husband of Alice Ann Bower, who departed this life OCT 24th 1917, aged 54 years. ‘He nobly answered duty’s call, his life he gave for one and all’.

BOWER. Crookes Cemy.

Also SGT. WILLIAM BOWER, the dearly loved son of the above who was killed in action in France, May 2nd 1917 aged 23 years, To memory ever dear.

BOWER. City Road Cemy.

Also of Wm. ARTHUR BOWER, son of the above killed in action Oct. 18th 1917, aged 38 years.

BOWER. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

DM2/206862 CORPORAL W.S. BOWER, ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS, 28th February 1919 age 26.

BOWLING. Christ Church, Fulwood.

In loving memory of ROBERT CHADWICK, son of JOHN and ELIZABETH BOWLING, killed in action December 16th 1916.

BOWNES. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. ANDREW (DAN) BOWNES, the beloved husband of KATE BOWNES & son in law of the above, killed in action Nov. 27th 1917 aged 24 years, ‘At Rest’.

BRACKENBURY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also GEORGE BRACKENBURY, their beloved son who was killed in action in France July 10th 1918, in his 24th year, ‘From earthly toil to heavenly rest’.

BRADFORD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also LANCE CORPL. C.H. BRADFORD, MM. beloved son of the above, presumed killed in France July 1st 1916, aged 22 years.

BRADLEY. Burngreave Cemy CWGC.

3/6998 PRIVATE G.H. BRADLEY, EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 28th December 1920.

BRADSHAW. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

18093 LANCE CPL. G. BRADSHAW, WEST YORKS REGIMENT, 2nd November 1916 age 37, ‘Worthy of ever lasting love’.

BRADSHAW. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

47690 SERJEANT H. BRADSHAW, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 2nd November 1918 age 33.

BRAHAM. Burncross Cemy.

Also SIGNALER WILLIAM BRAHAM, their beloved son killed in action April 25th 1917, aged 26 years, ‘Ever remembered’.

BRALSFORD. City Road Cemy.

Also THOMAS, son of the above K.O.Y.L.I, killed in France April 3rd 1917, aged 21 years.

BRAMALL. St Nicholas, Bradfield.

Also of ERNEST, their son who was killed in action in France, May 3rd 1917, aged 37 years.

BRAMELD. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of ROBERT OSWALD BRAMELD, the dearly loved son of FANNY and the late J. R. BRAMELD, born 11th April 1888, died from wounds received in France 14th December 1916. ‘Greater love hath no man than this that he lay down his life for his friends’,

BRAMHALL. City Road Cemy.

Also of CLIFFORD BRAMHALL, their beloved son who fell in France Aug 27th 1918, aged 19 years.

BRAMHALL. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. GEORGE E. BRAMHALL, 1st WEST YORKS REGT. The beloved son of GEORGE and EMMA BRAMHALL, who died November 26th 1916, aged 34 years.

BRAMHAM. Abbey Lane Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. GEORGE BRAMHAM, late CITY BATTALION 12TH Y & L REGT, who died Oct 13 1918 at the Western Height Hospital, Dover, from wounds received in action. The dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth Bramham and the only beloved son of Kate & George Bramham, aged 26 years, ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

BRAYSHAW. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of E.A. BRAYSHAW, son of the above who was killed Oct 8th 1915, aged 28 years.

BRAYSHAW. Wadsley Parish Church, CWGC.

7170 PRIVATE W. BRAYSHAW, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 6th July 1918 age 35. ‘Ever remembered’.

BRAZEWELL. Burngreave Cemy.

Also WILLIAM, husband of FLORENCE BRAZEWELL, also son of the above killed in action Oct 24th 1918 aged 28 years.

BREWER. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of THOMAS BREWER, K.O.Y.L.I. the dearly beloved husband of FANNY BREWER, who died from wounds received in action, July 11th 1916, aged 30 years, ‘Death divides, but memory clings’.

BREWER. Ecclesall All Saints, CWGC.

WR/326054 SAPPER W.N. BREWER, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 22nd May 1918 age 19.

BREWERTON. Crookes Cemy.

Also GEORGE FREDERICK, beloved son of ELIJAH & ELIZABETH BREWERTON, killed in action June 16th 1916 aged 35 years.

BRIDDOCK. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

21312 PRIVATE H. BRIDDOCK, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 3rd October 1916 age 42. ‘A day of remembrance sad to recall from his loving wife & children’.

BRIDGETT. Christ Church, Fulwood, CWGC.

M/335580 PRIVATE F. BRIDGETT, ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS, 27th July 1918.

BRIGGS. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

76159 PRIVATE A. BRIGGS, MANCHESTER REGIMENT, 24th August 1918 age 19.

BRIGGS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in loving memory of A.B. HARRY BRIGGS, killed in action in France May 25th 1918.

BRINDLEY. Norton Cemy.

Also in loving memory of CHARLES WILLIAM BRINDLEY, died Mar. 14 1917, A soldier in France aged 20 years & 10 months, Grandson of the above, ‘Peace perfect peace’.

BROADBENT. Norton Cemy.

Also SERG. F. BROADBENT, K.O.Y.L.I. the dearly loved husband of JESSIE BROADBENT, & son in law of the above killed in action in France, Aug 10-1917 aged 29 years, ‘Sometime we’ll understand’.

BROADBENT. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

152025 GUNNER J.H. BROADBENT, ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY, 8th May 1918.

BROADBENT. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. THOMAS HAROLD BROADBENT, TANK CORPS, the beloved son of ALBERT E. & FLORENCE K. BROADBENT, who died in France Nov. 7th 1918, aged 22 years, ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

BROADLEY. Norton Cemy.

Also PTE. ALFRED BROADLEY, 11th WEST YORKS, died on active service in Italy Feb. 13th 1919 in his 22nd year, son of FRED & CLARE BROADLEY.

BROADLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM, Grand-son of the above & beloved son of GEORGE W. & MARTHA BROADLEY, who was killed in action June 27th 1917, aged 25 years, Interred at Philosophe France, ‘Thy will be done’.

BROOK. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

480015 DRIVER G.W. BROOK, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 20th December 1920 age 35, ‘Time changes many things, but love and memory cling, Wife and children’.

BROOKE. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also of THORNTON, youngest son of the above who was killed in action in France, February 5th 1918 aged 23 years, and was interred at Roclincourt Cemetery near Arras, February 9th.

BROOKES. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

W. BROOKES, PETTY OFFICER R.N. SS/475, H.M.S PEMBROKE, 15th March 1919 age 29.

BROOKES. City Road Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM BROOKES, son of the above who died in Baghdad, whilst on active service July 11th 1917, aged 47 years.

BROOMHEAD. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also HERBERT, youngest son of the above killed in action Nov. 1916, aged 21 years.

BROOMHEAD. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also JAMES. beloved son of the above who died of wounds received in action, France, April 26th 1917 aged 21 years, also STEPHEN FOX, beloved son of the above who was killed in action, France Feb 24th 1918 aged 19 years.

BROWN. City road Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. ALBERT BROWN, reported missing April 23rd 1915, aged 30 years.

BROWN. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. ARTHUR BROWN, No. 607, C CO. 12th ( S.B. ), Y & L REGT, beloved son of the above who was killed in action July 1st 1916 in his 22nd year, ‘He fought for love and freedom, we know he did his best, asleep in the arms of Jesus, a British soldier at rest’.

BROWN. Burngreave Cemy.

Also BERNARD, beloved son of the above, (1st 7th BATT – DUKE OF WELLINGTONS REGT), who was killed in action in France, Sept 27th 1916, in his 22nd year.

BROWN. Tinsley Park Cemy., CWGC.

5606 PRIVATE G. BROWN, MACHINE GUN CORPS (INF) 14th OCTOBER 1918 AGE 32. ‘Gone but not forgotten’.

BROWN. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

39382 SERJEANT H. BROWN, YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 28th April 1918.

BROWN. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of their son PT. JOSEPH FREDERICK BROWN, who was killed in action June 5th 1917, aged 26 years.

BROWN. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

3/1710 PRIVATE L. BROWN, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 13th July 1917 age 26.

BROWN. Darnall Cemy, CWGC.

11856 PRIVATE L. BROWN, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 17th November 1918 age 34, ‘At Rest’.

BROWNETT. Handsworth New Cemy, CWGC.

235360 PRIVATE T.H.E.W. BROWNETT, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 27th December 1918 age 23, ‘He died that we may live’.

BRUCE. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also WILLIAM, dear son of the above killed in action Oct 4th 1917.

BRUNT. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of EDGAR, their dearly loved son who fell in action in Flanders, Octr 30th 1917, aged 31 years. “’What I do, thou knowest not now, but thou shalt know here after’.

BRUNT. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In memory of my dearly loved husband EDGAR BRUNT who fell in action Oct 30th 1917 aged 31 years.

BUCKLEY. St Nicholas Bradfield.

Also ARCHIE, son of the above killed in action in France September 11th 1917, aged 31 years.

BUCKLEY. Darnall Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM, the beloved husband of FLORENCE BUCKLEY, and son-in-law to the above, who was killed in action Dec 15th 1914, aged 34 years.

BUCKMASTER. City road Cemy.

Also in loving memory of GEORGE ARTHUR, eldest son of MARY ANN and the late GEORGE BUCKMASTER, who fell at Suvla Bay August 21st 1915, aged 46 years. ‘He like a hero fell’. ‘Asleep in Jesus far from thee, thy kindred and their graves may be, but thine is such a blessed rest whose waking is divinely blest’.

BUDDS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of CHARLES WALTER BUDDS, beloved son of C.F. and L. BUDDS, SEC. LIEUT. 5th K.O.Y.L.I. killed in action Sept 9th 1918 aged 22 years. Interred in Gouzeaucourt New British Cemetery.

BUFFEY. Burngreave Cemy.

No inscription on remains of grave.

BULL. City Road Cemy.

Also of ALBERT EDWARD BULL, youngest son of the above who was killed in action in France, July 1st 1916, aged 22 years. ‘Until the day breaks, and the shadows flee away’.

BULMER. Handsworth New Cemy.

In loving memory of BDR. WILLIAM HENRY BULMER, R.F.A. the dearly beloved son of JAMES and SARAH BULMER, who died of Malaria fever July 1st 1919, aged 24 years.

BUNTING. Intake New Cemy, CWGC.

12966 PRIVATE A. BUNTING, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 12th August 1921 age 32, ‘Death divides but memory clings, at rest’.

BURGAN. Darnall Cemy.

Also of RIFLEMAN EDGAR BURGAN, K.R.R. their beloved son who died of wounds in France, Nov 23rd 1916, aged 23 years, ‘Never the Lotus closes, Never the wild fowl wake, But a soul goes out on the East wind, That died for England’s sake’.

BURGESS. Intake New Cemy.

ALBERT, our dear & only child, lost on S.S. Falaba, torpedoed by German submarine, March 28th 1915 aged 24 years, ‘Like sunshine he came, & is gone’.

BURGIN. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of CORPL. JAMES E. BURGIN, Grandson of the above, 2nd BATT. THE GREEN HOWARDS, killed in action Neuve Chappelle, March 18th 1915 aged 25 years.

BURKINSHAW. Wadsley Parish Church.

In loving memory of PRIVATE ERNEST BURKINSHAW, TRAINING RESERVE, the dearly beloved son of ERNEST & MINNIE BURKINSHAW, who died at Hornsey Camp April 11th 1917, after 9 weeks service, aged 18 years.

BURKINSHAW. Stannington Weslyan Chapelyard.

In loving memory of HERBERT, the devoted husband of HARRIET BURKINSHAW, who fell in action in France April 9th 1917, aged 28 years, ‘Till we meet again’.

BURLEY. Norton Cemy.

Also of WALTER ELIAS BURLEY, son of the above killed in France June 2nd 1917 aged 30 years.

BURNAND. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of LEONARD BURNAND, the beloved son of FRANCES BURNAND, and grandson of the above who lost his life on H.M.S CRESSY, September 22nd 1914, in his 45th year. ‘When the sea gives up its dead’.

BURRELL. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of NORMAN PERCY BURRELL, killed in action on the Somme, July 20th 1916, aged 19 years.

BURRIDGE. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also PTE ERNEST BURRIDGE K.O.Y.L.I. who died in France July 28th 1916, aged 23 years.

BURROWS. Burngreave Cemy,

In loving memory of L/C. ERNEST BURROWS, Y & L, beloved husband of EDITH BURROWS, who died at Pontefract Decr 16th 1916, aged 41 years.

BURTON. Burngreave Cemy,

Also of FRANK BRADBURY, beloved son of the above killed in action in France March 28th 1918, aged 24 years.

BURTON. City Road Cemy.

Also of CORPL. GEORGE HENRY BURTON, N.F, their beloved son who died in action at the Dardanelles Nov 8th 1918, aged 37 years. ‘Thy will be done’.

BURTON. City Road Cemy.

Also of PRIVATE WALTER BURTON, son of the above, who was killed in action in France July 26th 1917, aged 36 years.

BURWELL. Christ Church, Fulwood.

WILLIAM HENRY BURWELL, killed in action April 1916.

BUSH. City Road Cemy.

l.s. WILLIAM BUSH, R.N, the beloved son of RANDOLPH & MARY ANN BUSH, who died at the Naval Hospital Plymouth Septr 16th 1918, aged 21 years.

BUTT. Burngreave Cemy.

No headstone, grave in bits, no inscription visible.

BUTTERLEY. Norton Cemy.

Also CPL. G.A. BUTTERLEY, son of the above who was killed in action March 28th 1918, aged 24 years,’Greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends’.

BUTTON. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Sacred to the memory of our dear son PRIVATE ANTHONY BUTTON, 4th CAMERON HIGHLANDERS, killed in action at Loos Sept 26th 1915, aged 23 years, ‘His Sacrifice’.

BUTTON. St Marys Bolsterstone.

PRIVATE ARTHUR BUTTON, R.A.M.C. who fell in action Aug 22nd 1918 aged 26 years, and was interred in Cavaletto Cemetery, Italy.

BUXTON. Norton Cemy.

Also in loving memory of L/CPL. H.A. BUXTON, (Archie) CITY BATT, eldest son of the above died March 26th 1917, aged 26, ‘Under the shadow of thy wings’.

BUXTON. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

46608 PRIVATE L. BUXTON, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L I, 27th May 1920, age 21.

BUXTON. City Road Cemy.

Also THOMAS HENRY, son of the above killed in action July 23rd 1917, aged 37 years.

BYRNE. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

29539 PRIVATE THOMAS FRANCIS BYRNE, ROYAL INNISKILLING FUS, 4th October 1916 age 19, R.I.P.

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CALLUM. Burngreave Cemy,

Also of CHARLES, their beloved son who was killed in action in France April 29th 1918, aged 24 years.

CALOW. Burngreave Cemy,

Also GEORGE and HERBERT, their beloved sons killed in France 1914.

CANNON. City road Cemy.

Sacred to the memory of HENRY A. CANNON, COY SERGT. MAJOR, THE BORDER REGIMENT, the beloved husband of AMELIA A. (MILLIE) CANNON, whose death on July 8th 1915 was due to disease contracted during war service. He served for 25 years, aged 45. ‘Eternal rest give to him, O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him’. ‘R.I.P’.

CARR. City road Cemy.

Also of JOHN ALBERT, R.S.F, the beloved son of JOHN & ELIZABETH CARR, who was killed in action Oct 14th 1918, aged 21 years.

CARTER. City Road Cemy.

Also of CHARLES ROBERT CARTER, CANADIAN FORCES, killed in action France Sep 28th 1918, aged 32 years. Also of THOMAS OSBORNE SANDERS, died on active service in France Oct 23rd 1918, aged 28 years.

CARTER. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

41698 PRIVATE WILLIS WALTER CARTER. ROYAL LANCASTER REGIMENT, 20th April 1920 age 20, ‘At Rest’

CARTLEDGE. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of PTE. ARNOLD CARTLEDGE, 10th ROYAL BUCKS. HUSSARS, killed in action in Palestine, on November 21st 1917, aged 23 years, ‘He died at the post of duty’.

CARTLEDGE. Norton Cemy.

Also of CYRIL JAMES, the beloved son of the above named who was killed in action in France, September 27th 1918, aged 26 years. ‘Sweet memories cling to his name’.

CARTLEDGE. Norton Cemy.

Also PTE. W.H. CARTLEDGE, beloved son of the above who died of wounds received in action March 1916, aged 19 years, ‘Love & remembrance live for ever’.

CARVER. Burngreave Cemy.

PRIVATE COLIN CARVER, 8th EAST YORKS RGT, the beloved son of JAMES A. and ALICE M. CARVER, who died April 2nd 1915, aged 19 years.

CASEY. Ecclesall All Saints.

Sacred to the memory of PRIVATE ALPHEAUS A. CASEY, 12th YORK & LANCASHIRE REG, (CITY BATTALION), son of the above who fell in action somewhere in France, July 1st 1916, aged 21 years.

CASTLE. Crookes Cemy.

In loving memory of JOHN WILLIAM CASTLE, SERGT. of the ROYAL ENGINEERS, who died of disease from wounds and exposure in the Great War, Dec 17th 1922, aged 29 years, ‘Their names shall live for evermore’.

CATHRALL. Burngreave Cemy.

Also CYRIL, son of the above killed in action September 28th 1918. ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

CAWTHORN. Burngreave Cemy,

Also FREDERICK SAMUEL CAWTHORN, beloved husband of the above killed on active service in France Sept 26th 1917, aged 40 years.

CAWTHORNE. St Mary’s Handsworth, CWGC.

202799 PRIVATE J.T. CAWTHORNE, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I., 29th July 1917 age 30.

CHAFER. Burngreave Cemy,

Also of ERNEST, the dearly loved son of the above, who was killed in Salonika Oct 11th 1916, aged 19 years.

CHALLTON. City road Cemy, CWGC.

204834 PRIVATE C. H. CHALLTON, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 14th October 1918 age 24. ‘In silence we remember our loved one’.

CHAMBERLAIN. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. CHARLES F. CHAMBERLAIN, 12th YORK AND LANCS, who was killed and buried at Hebuterne France, Nov 2nd 1916, aged 27 years.

CHAMBERS. Woodhouse Cemy.

12/1456 PRIVATE H. CHAMBERS, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 4th April 1918 age 21, ‘Still ours in memory, thought and love’.

CHAPPELL. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

E/1972 PRIVATE L. CHAPPELL, ROYAL FUSILIERS, 4th November 1918 age 23.

CHARLESWORTH. St Nicholas, Bradfield, CWGC.

202256 CORPORAL A. CHARLESWORTH, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 5th September 1918 age 31.

CHARLESWORTH. St Mary’s Walkley.

FRANCIS, GUNNER in the 65th BATT. R.F.A. second son of THOMAS & ELIZABETH A. CHARLESWORTH, killed in action May 8th 1915, and was buried at Potizze near Ypres in his 21st year, a Mons hero. ‘In foreign soil our dear son is laid, a Briton true the price he paid, twas on that day his life was run, he died for England by his gun’.

CHEETHAM. City road Cemy.

Also CPL. GEORGE EDGAR CHEETHAM, 3rd WEST RIDING R.F.A. who died of wounds in Belgium Sept 5th 1917, aged 21 years. ‘Peace perfect peace’.

CHERRY. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

8596 PRIVATE T. H. CHERRY, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L. I. 28th February 1915.

CHRISTIAN. Norton Cemy.

Also of ARTHUR, the beloved son of the above named HENRY & MARY CHRISTIAN, who was killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 19 years, ‘He died that we might live’.

CLACK. City road Cemy.

Also of PTE. WILLIAM CLACK, the beloved son of the above who died of wounds received in action in Belgium July 9th 1918, aged 34 years.

CLAREBROUGH. Norton Cemy.

Also F. CYRIL CLAREBROUGH, DUKE OF WELLINGTON’S REGT, only son of the above, killed in France Sept 27th 1918, aged 20 years, ‘He fought the fight; He lived the faith’.

CLARK. City Road Cemy,

In affectionate memory of EDWIN GORE STANLEY, the loving son of GEORGE and LUCY CLARK, who was killed in France May 27th 1918, aged 19 years.

CLARK. City Road Cemy.

Also of FRANK, the beloved husband of ELIZABETH CLARK, who was killed in action in France Nov 18th 1914, aged 32 years. ‘To memory ever dear’.

CLARK. City road Cemy.

Also of GUNNER HERBERT CLARK, R.F.A, the beloved son of WILLIAM & MARY ELIZABETH CLARK, who died of wounds in France april 10th 1918, aged 22 years.

CLARK. Burngreave Cemy.

Also JAMES OLIVER, only son of the above and beloved husband of FLORENCE CLARKE, who paid the supreme sacrifice in France April 26th 1918, in his 23rd year, ‘Dearly loved’.

CLARKE. Wortley Churchyard, CWGC.

107504 DRIVER ETHELBERT CLARKE, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 19th September 1920 age 22, ‘’That’s done by thee’.

CLARKE. Woodhouse Cemy.

Also SIDNEY, the only son of the above of the WEST YORKSHIRE REGT, who was killed in action at Theipval, Aug 23rd 1918 aged 19 years, ‘Into thy hands’.

CLARKE. City Road Cemy.

In honoured memory of SGT. STANLEY CLARKE, son of ISRAEL and FRANCES ROSINA CLARKE, killed at Morey Kop France Aug 25th 1918, aged 25 years.

CLAY. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also FAREWELL, their son, killed in action April 4th 1918 aged 27 years.

CLAYTON. Burngreave Cemy.

LEONARD CLAYTON died in France 1918.

CLEMENTS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PRIVATE WILLIAM HENRY CLEMENTS, YORK & LANCASTER REGIMENT, beloved brother of the above VIOLET CLEMENTS, who was killed in action at Mediterranean on the 11th of Oct 1916 aged 29 years, ‘Sometime we’ll understand’.

CLIFFORD. Norton Cemy.

ARCHIBALD CLIFFORD, only son of the above and beloved husband of FLORNECE CLIFFORD, who was killed in action on the Somme July 1916, aged 32.

COATES. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in loving memory of LIEUTENANT PERCY COATES, ROYAL ENGINEERS, youngest son of JAMES and ANN COATES, killed in action April 15th 1916, aged 32 years.

COCKCROFT. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of PTE. THOMAS COCKCROFT, K.O.Y.L.I. son of the above who was killed in action in France, Sept 7th 1916, aged 24 years. ‘He nobly answered his country’s call’.

COE. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of HAROLD their son who fell in the Great War. May 20th 1917, aged 21 years. ‘In silence we remember’.

COE. Crookes Cemy.

Also LEONARD, beloved son of the above killed in action in France May 3rd 1917 aged 26 years, also SAM MILNES, beloved second son, killed in action in France Sep 28 th 1916 aged 22 years, ‘Until the day dawns’

COE. Crookes Cemy.

SAM MILNES (see Leonard Coe, Crookes Cemy.)

COGGINS. Abbey Lane Cemy.

In loving remembrance of PTE ERNEST COGGINS, Y & L. the dearly loved husband of ETHEL COGGINS, who passed away Dec 12th 1918, aged 28 years, ‘One of the best’.

COGGON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. A.H. COGGON, 12th Y & L REGT, who died from wounds received in action July 1st 1917, aged 25 years, and was interred in France.

COLE. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also in memory of KENNETH LEONARD COLE 2nd LIEUT 1st BATT. YORK & LANCASTER REGIMENT, killed in action in France on September 30th 1915, only son of THOMAS COLE aged 22 years.

COLEMAN.

J. See W. Curran.

COLGRAVE. Norton Cemy.

Also ALBERT, R.N.D. killed in France March 23rd 1918, aged 23 years.

COLLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also HARRY, husband of EDITH ANNIE, killed in action July 12th 1915, aged 39 years.

COLLEY. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also his dearly loved son 2nd LT. H. L. COLLEY, MC. Killed in action in France Nov 4 1918 in his 25th year and is interred in Landrecies British Cemetery. ‘Until the day dawns’.

COLLIER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of HARRY, youngest son of the above, who was killed in action in France, Feb 1917.

COLLINS. Norton Cemy.

Also of JAMES ALBERT COLLINS, son of the above killed in action Nov 29th 1917, aged 24 years, ‘Loved by all’.

CONGREVE. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

16852 PRIVATE E. CONGREVE, EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 16th September 1916 age 27.

CONLON. Burngreave Cemy.

314550 SAPPER A.R. CONLON, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 2nd July 1921.

COOKE. Ecclesall All Saints, CWGC.

61845 PRIVATE C. COOKE, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 12th September 1918 age 19, ‘Dearly loved’.

COOKE. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

JOHN, the beloved son of ARTHUR and FLORENCE COOKE of Woodend, who was killed in action in France July 6 1916, aged 20 years.

COOPER. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

17913 WORKER H. COOPER Q.M. ARMY AUX CORPS 7th November 1918.

COOPER. Crookes Cemy.

DRIVER PERCY COOPER R.F.A. son of the above who died of wounds Nov 29th 1917 aged 31 years and was interred at Poperinghe, Belgium, ‘At Rest’.

COOPER. City Road Cemy.

Also of their beloved son WILFRED COOPER, K.R.R ATTACHED 1/16 LONDON REGT, wounded & missing Aug 28th 1918, aged 20 years. ‘Until the day breaks & shadows flee away’.

COPLEY. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also PTE ERNEST COPLEY son of the above killed in action July 1: 1916. aged 19 years.

COTTERILL. Norton Cemy.

Also PTE WILLIAM ARTHUR COTTERILL, 5913 10th LIVERPOOL SCOTTISH REGT, the dearly beloved and only son of the above named W.A. & E. COTTERILL, who was killed in action on the Somme August 8th 1916 in his 19th year.

COULDWELL. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also PRIVATE ARTHUR COULDWELL, their son, died in France May 3rd 1917, aged 20 years, ‘Father in thy gracious keeping, leave we now our loved ones sleeping’.

COX. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also CHARLES, beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France. Sept 15th 1916, aged 26 years.

COX. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

44464 GUNNER H. COX, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 20th March 1916.

CRANE. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving remembrance of CORPL. SIDNEY ARTHUR CRANE, beloved & only son of EDWIN & LIZZIE CRANE, grandson of E????? ???????, killed in action at Ypres July 21st 1917, age 22 years.

CRAPPER. Burncross Cemy.

Also FAREWELL CRAPPER, son of the aforenamed, killed in action Aug 17th1918, aged 21 years.

CRAPPER. Burncross Cemy.

Also WILLIAM CRAPPER, son of the aforenamed & dearly loved husband of MARGARET ANN, killed in action, Nov 28th 1917, aged 36 years.

CRAWSHAW. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also of PTE WINFIELD, 2/4 Y & L RGET, son of the above killed in action in France May 3rd 1917, aged 21 years, ‘His duty nobly done’.

CRESSWICK. Burngreave Cemy.

38383 PRIVATE S.M. CRESSWICK, DUKE OF CORNWALLS L.I. 30th July 1919 age 25.

CRICH. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of SIDNEY CRICH, presumed killed in France, Sept 27th 1914, aged 32 years.

CROFTS. Abbey Lane Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE FRANK CROFTS, R.D.C. attached R.F.C. the beloved husband of CATHERINE E. CROFTS, who died June 10. 1917, the result of an Aeroplane accident, aged 54 years, ‘Never forgotten’.

CROOKES. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

S2SR/04410 PRIVATE E.H. CROOKES, ARMY SERVICE CORPS, 20th September 1917.

CROOKES. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

17493 PRIVATE H. CROOKES, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 5th December 1917 age 41.

CROOKES. Burngreave Cemy.

HENRY STERNDALE, see DRIFFIELD.

CROOKES. St Mary’s Ecclesfield, CWGC.

WR/333191 SAPPER JAMES CROOKES ROYAL ENGINEERS, 18th July 1918 age 20. ‘At rest’.

CROSS. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of CHARLES EDWIN, the beloved son of EDWIN and HARRIETT CROSS, who was killed in action in the European War at Hill 60 May 7th 1915, aged 21 years, (His message home) ‘Trust in the Lord and have no fear. God willed it so and thought it best, to take him to his home of rest’.

CROSSLAND. City Road Cemy, CWGC

77204 PRIVATE B. CROSSLAND, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 5th December 1918.

CROSSLAND. City Road Cemy.

Also TOM, son of the above killed in action in France Sept 16th 1917, aged 19 years. Also ERNEST RODWELL, foster son of the above killed in action in France in 1917, aged 25 years. ‘Our loved ones’.

CROSSLEY.

Donald, See Priam Dyson.

CROW. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

1484 PRIVATE R. CROW, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 30th December 1915.

CUDDY. City Road Cemy. CWGC.

203064 L. CPL T. A. CUDDY, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 2nd May 1917 age 30.

CUNEO. St Michaels Rivelin.

Gunner NICHOLAS CUNEO, missing Nov 30th 1917, since presumed killed, age 19 years. Private JOSEPH CUNEO killed in action Aug 23rd 1918 aged 22 years.

CURRAN. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

S/8034 PRIVATE W. CURRAN, ROYAL FUSILIERS, 29th March 1916, 3808 PRIVATE J. COLEMAN, ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGT, 9th April 1916 age 34.

CUSWORTH. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of SERG. ARTHUR PICKERING CUSWORTH, K.O.Y.L.I. Grandson of the above & younger son of CHARLES LIONEL & CHARLOTTE CUSWORTH, killed in action France, September 13th 1915, aged 20 years.

CUTTS. Woodhouse Cemy.

In memory of SYDNEY ALBERT, dearly beloved son of GEORGE and HANNAH MARIA CUTTS, who died May 12th 1919 from wounds received in action, April 3rd, interred in Onega Cemetery, North Russia, aged 24 years.

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DARWENT. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of FRED, the beloved husband of JENNIE DARWENT, CORPORAL Y & L, who was killed in action July 2nd 1916, aged 42 years. ‘He nobly went at duty’s call, his life he gave for one and all’.

DAWSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of CHARLES DAWSON, dearly beloved son of the above killed in action in France June 12th 1917, aged 33 years. ‘In land among strangers our dear brother lies, and no one was near him to bade him goodbye, but angels in heaven are guarding his soul, till we meet him again at the call of the roll’.

DAWSON. Crookes Cemy.

Also of FRED, the youngest son of the above named HENRY & ANNIE DAWSON who died on active service Oct 20th 1915 in his 18th year.

DAWSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of RFL. H. DAWSON, the dearly beloved husband of LUCY A. DAWSON, and beloved youngest son of the above who died of wounds August 18th 1917, aged 25 years. ‘He died for us’.

DAWSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of HARRY, the beloved husband of LUCY ANN DAWSON, who died of wounds August 18th 1917, aged 25 years. ‘Worthy of everlasting remembrance’.

DEAKIN. Burngreave Cemy.

Grave covered by under growth, no inscription visible.

DEAKIN. Tinsley park Cemy, CWGC.

3/3137 LANCE CPL W. DEAKIN, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 26th February 1917

DELANEY. St Michael’s Rivelin, CWGC.

CAPTAIN M. DELANEY, YORKSHIRE REGIMENT AND ROYAL AIR FORCE, 29th March 1919 age 46. ‘Of your charity pray for the soul of the above may he rest in peace’,

DENMAN. Tinsley Park Cemy.

For the repose of the soul of S.G.T. JOHN EDWARD, the beloved husband of MARY ANN DENMAN, who died in Belgium Augt 18th 1915, aged 22 years.

DENNISON. City Road Cemy, CWGC

411422 LANCE CPL G. H. DENNISON, CHESHIRE REGIMENT, 29th March 1921.

DENT. Burngreave Cemy.

Also OSWALD S. son, killed in action April 1918, aged 23 years.

DEWSBURY. City Road Cemy.

Also of CORPL J. C. DEWSBURY, R.S.F, beloved son of the above named who was killed in action in France May 11th 1916, aged 27 years.

DICKENSON. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

3/3483 PRIVATE A. DICKENSON, YORK AND LANCASTER REGT, 28th August 1915 age 39.

DICKENSON. St Thomas Holywell Road. CWGC.

35876 PRIVATE J.J. DICKENSON, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 30th January 1918 age 22.

DICKERSON. Woodhouse Cemy.

Also ROLAND, son of the above, killed in action in France Nov 10th 1918 – aged 32 years, ‘Lest we forget “’.

DICKINSON. Wadsley Parish Church.

Also FRANK HOLLAND R.A.S.C. beloved husband of WINIFRED MARY DICKINSON died Nov 29th 1918 aged 30 years, interred at Solesmes British Cemetery, France.

DICKINSON. City Road Cemy.

Also LANCE C/PL. G.A. DICKINSON, son in law of the above who was killed in France Oct 9th 1917, aged 31 years.

DICKINSON. Woodhouse Cemy, CWGC.

781266 DRIVER L. DICKINSON, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 9th November 1920 age 25.

DICKINSON. Woodhouse Cemy.

Also of LEONARD, late R.F.A. beloved son of the above WALTER and ANN DICKINSON, who died Nov 9th 1920 aged 25 years, ‘Peace perfect peace’.

DICKINSON. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

21221 SAPPER W. DICKINSON, SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERS, 27th October 1918 age 44, ‘Thy will be done’.

DIXON. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also HENRY ERIC DIXON, FLIGHT COMMANDER R.F.C. killed whilst flying on duty August 19 1917 aged 22, eldest son of ALBERT EDWARD DIXON.

DIXON. Woodhouse Cemy.

Also her father JOSEPH, killed in action in France November 15th 1914 aged 31 years.

DOCKERTY. City Road Cemy, CWGC

277617 SAPPER W. E. DOCKERTY, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 2nd February 1919.

DODD. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

T. L. DODD, ABLE SEAMAN, RN, 237140, H.M.S. “PEMBROKE”, 17th January 1919 age 30.

DODSON. Abbey Lane Cemy.

41112 PRIVATE H. DODSON, LEICESTERSHIRE REGIMENT, 4th March 1920 age 21.

DODWORTH. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

20056 PRIVATE J. A. DODWORTH, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 10th July 1918 age 29.

DOLLING. Norton Cemy.

In loving memory of HUBERT, son of T. & E. DOLLING, who was killed in action Sept 7th 1915, aged 18 years, and was interred at Bosinges, Belgium, also of JOHN, son of T. & K. DOLLING, who died of illness in a German prisoner of war hospital, August 4th 1918 aged 30 years, and was interred at Chasltville, France, ‘ When alone in our sorrow they stand by our side, and whisper these words, Death cannot divide’.

DOLLING. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

283738 3RD AIR MECH W. DOLLING, ROYAL AIR FORCE, 18th October 1918 age 26.

DOMAN. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE ERNEST DOMAN, the beloved husband of NELLIE DOMAN, died of wounds received in action in France Jany 14th 1918, aged31 years. ‘Until the day breaks and the shadows flee away’.

DONOVAN. St Michaels Rivelin.

Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on the soul of JOHN DONOVAN, LIEUT. K.O.Y.L.I. killed in action April 26th 1918, aged 38 years.

DOWLING. Burncross Cemy.

Also PTE. ALBERT E. H. DOWLING, EAST LANCS REGT, their beloved son who died in the Wharncliffe War Hospital, April 27th 1919, aged 20 years, ‘Rest after weariness, peace after pain’.

DOWNES. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of SAPPER SAM DOWNES, the beloved son of SAMUEL & ELIZA DOWNES, who died in Namur Belgium Jan 22nd 1919, aged 20 years.

DOWNING. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. JOHN DOWNING, son of the above who was killed in action in France April 18th 1918, aged 27 years. ‘Until the day break and the shadows flee away’.

DOWNING. City Road Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM BIRKHEAD DOWNING, brother of the above and beloved of WALTER and EMILY DOWNING, who was killed in France May 3rd 1917, aged 34 years. ‘Our God remember thee’.

DOYLE. Christ Church, Fulwood.

In loving memory of JOHN, beloved son of ALBERT & BLANCHE B. DOYLE died in Portland naval Hospital January 19th 1919 aged 18 years.

DRACUP. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of LANC. CORPORAL H. DRACUP, the beloved husband of LOTTIE DRACUP, who died in Netley Hospital Nov 18th 1918, aged 37 years.

DRIFFIELD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also CORPORAL WM. DRIFFIELD son of LEONARD & NANCY DRIFFIELD, who was killed in action in France March 20th 1915, in his 24th year, also GUNNER REGIONALD(SPELLING ON HEADSTONE) DRIFFIELD, R.F.A. their beloved son who was killed in action in France Feb 4th 1916, aged 23 years, in loving memory of PTE. HENRY STERNDALE CROOKES D.L.I. who died while a prisoner of war at St Jeans camp Waterloo, Sept 29th 1918, and is interred at Ruoquigny Oct 1st 1918.

DRONFIELD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also JOHN, son of the above killed on active service in France May 1918 age 18.

DUCKENFIELD. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

311 SERJEANT S. DUCKENFIELD, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 1st May 1918 age 38. ‘At rest’.

DUKE. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

8217 PRIVATE A. DUKE, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I, 29th March 1920.

DUNGWORTH. Abbey Lane Cemy.

EDWIN (see Harold Dungworth, Abbey Lane Cemy.)

DUNGWORTH. Abbey Lane Cemy.

In loving memory of the beloved son’s of GEORGE & ANN DUNGWORTH, PRIVATE HAROLD, the beloved husband of MAY DUNGWORTH, YORK & LANC REGT, killed in action at Langemarck Aug 27 1917 aged 31 years, ‘God takes our dear ones from our homes, but never from our hearts’, and RIFLEMAN EDWIN DUNGWORTH, ROYAL WEST KENTS, killed in action at Passchendaele Ridge Jan 7 1918, aged 24 years, ‘ Greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends’.

DUNGWORTH. Norton Cemy.

Also PTE. HAROLD DUNGWORTH, No 35132 NORTHUMBERLAND FUSELIERS, son of the above, killed in action April 28th 1917.

DUNN. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of my husband COL SERGT EDWARD DUNN, 2 YORKS REGT, who died Nov 25th 1919, aged 67 years. ‘Rest in peace’.

DURNAN. City Road Cemy.

EDWARD, beloved son , killed in action (France) October 16 1917, aged 21 years.

DUROE. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also PTE. FRANCIS DUROE, Y&L REGT, son of the above killed in action April 1918, aged 20 years.

DYETT. Darnall Cemy.

Also of their son PTE FREDERICK DYETT, 1ST BATT, COLDSTREAM GUARDS, who died of wounds March 18th 1917, aged 28 years, and was interred at Grovetown British Cemetery, France.

DYSON. St Mary’s Bolsterstone.

Also of GAMM DYSON, son of the above MATTHEW and MARY DYSON, who died in France December 30th 1917, aged 26 years.

DYSON. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

SUB LIEUTENANT H. R. DYSON, MM. R.N.V.R. ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION, ATTD ROYAL AIR FORCE, 25th November 1918 age 26. ‘Many as good but none better’.

DYSON. Wadsley Parish Church.

Also PTE JOHN J. DYSON, son of the above killed in action March 7th 1915, aged 24 years.

DYSON. St Mary’s Bolsterstone.

Also of PTE PRIAM DYSON, SCOTTISH RIFLES, the beloved son of the above JOHN and MARY ANN DYSON, who died July 3rd 1918, aged 50 years, and was interred at the military cemetery, York, also of PTE DONALD CROSSLEY, K.O.Y.L.I. the beloved son of GEORGE H. & EDNA CROSSLEY, and Grandson of the above JOHN & MARY ANN DYSON, who was killed in action, November 8th 1918 aged 20 years, and was interred at Avesnes Cemetery, France, ‘Abide with me’.

(Priam Dyson served during the war as SHAW).

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EAGERS. Crookes Cemy, CWGC. ( No image ).

25110 DRIVER ROYAL ENGINEERS, 27th April 1920, age 23.

EAMES. Darnall Cemy.

Also LNC. CORPL THOMAS BATES EAMES, Grandson of the above who died of wounds in France, May 24th 1916 aged 30 years, ‘Died for King and country’.

EDWARDS. Burngreave Cemy,

In loving memory of JOSEPH, beloved son of THOMAS & EMMA EDWARDS, lost on the Lusitania May 7th 1915. (Brother in law of James Firth V.C. whose headstone stands immediately to the right of Josephs).

EDWARDS. Burngreave Cemy,

Also LT W DAVIES EDWARDS, who died March 2nd 1919, aged 27 years. ‘Ever remembered’.

ELDERSHAW. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

TR5/57999 PRIVATE A. ELDERSHAW, 84th TRAINING RESERVE BN. 28th September 1917.

ELKINGTON. Burngreave Cemy,

Also of THOMAS MELLOR ELKINGTON, the beloved husband of CHARLOTTE ELKINGTON, and eldest son of the above killed in action France Oct 10th 1917, aged 39 years. ‘Greater love hath no man than this,that a man lay down his life for his friends’.

ELLIOT. St Peters Tankersley. CWGC.

21390 PRIVATE B. ELLIOTT,YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 9th December 1916 age 21. ‘Greater love hath no man, he died that we might live’.

ELLIOTT. St Nicholas, Bradfield.

Also of CHARLES STUART, son of the above and beloved husband of MAGGIE ELLIOTT, who was killed in action at Ypres May 8th 1915, aged 29 years.

ELLIOTT. Burngreave Cemy,

Also their dearly beloved son LANC CORP JOSEPH HENRY ELLIOTT, LONDON REGT, who was killed in action in France August 30th 1918, aged 23 years.

ELLIS. City Road Cemy, CWGC,

47863 FLIGHT SERGT A. W. ELLIS, ROYAL AIR FORCE, 13th January 1919.

ELLIS. Burngreave Cemy,

Also of PTE HERBERT HENRY ELLIS, of the 1st/4th HALLAMSHIRE REGIMENT, and the beloved son of the above, who was killed in action in Belgium July 13th 1915, aged 21 years.

ELLIS. Burngreave Cemy,

In loving memory of CORPORAL JOHN WILLIAM ELLIS, of the 1st WEST RIDING ROYAL ENGINEERS, the beloved husband of EMILY MARY ELLIS, who was killed in action at the Dardanelles June 7th 1915, aged 35 years. Laid to rest at Lemnos Island.

ELLIS. Norton Cemy.

Also VINCENT, the beloved son of the above who died of wounds at Etaples, France, April 29th 1917, aged 20 years.

ELLISON. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

3/457 CORPORAL T.H. ELLISON, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 17th December 1915 age 24. ‘Those we’ve lost we sadly miss’.

ELSHAW. Abbey Lane Cemy, CWGC.

48815 L/BOMBARDIER J.A. ELSHAW, ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY, 12th February 1919 age 29, ‘God be with us all, from wife and son’.

ELSHAW. Burngreave Cemy,

In loving memory of PTE WILLIAM OXLEY ELSHAW, only grandson of the late WILLIAM OXLEY, killed in action in France Nov 15th 1916, aged 20 years.

ELSE. St Mary’s Walkley.

In loving memory of PTE. HARRY ELSE, 1/4th K.O.Y.L.I. who died from wounds in France may 7th 1918 aged 20 years interred in Boulogne Eastern Cemetery.

ELSHAW. Norton Cemy.

Also their only beloved son, WILLIAM OXLEY ELSHAW, killed in action November 15th 1916, aged 20 years, ‘Pro-Patria’.

ELSOM. City Road Cemy.

Also JOHN FREDERICK ELSOM, who died Sept 16th 1916, aged 20 years, from wounds received in action. ‘Reunited’.

ELSTON. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of CHARLES VINCENT beloved son of WILLIAM & HANNAH ELSTON, killed in action Oct 8th 1918 in his 20th year. Also PERCY EDGAR WHITTAKER, cousin of the above killed in action Sept 20th 1917 aged 22 years. ‘Duty nobly done’.

ENGLAND. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also of PTE CHARLES ENGLAND, 2nd/6th DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, the beloved son of CHARLES and LUCY ENGLAND, and grandson of the aforesaid JOSEPH MOXON, who was killed in action on the 25th September 1918, aged 20 years.

ENGLAND. City Road Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM ENGLAND, the beloved son of the above who was killed in France June 5th 1916, aged 21 years.

EVANS. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of ERNEST, son of the above, who died from wounds received in action in France July 25th 1916, aged 21 years.

EXTON. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE WILLIAM, killed Feb 1915 at La Basse, France, aged 25 years. Also of LANCE CORPORAL JOSEPH, killed July 1st 1916, on the Somme France, aged 23 years. ‘Sons of the above’.

EYRE. Burngreave Cemy,

In loving memory of PTE. F. R. EYRE, 148328 M.G.C, the beloved son of FREDERICK & AGNES A. EYRE, who died of wounds received in action Novr. 18th 1918, at Duston War Hospital Northampton, aged 24 years. ‘A good soldier of Jesus Christ’.

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FANTOZZI. St Michaels Rivelin.

Of our charity pray for the soul of JOHN FANTOZZI, who died from wounds received in action Oct 9th 1917 aged 21 years.

FARIES. St John’s Chapeltown.

Also THOMAS WILLIAM, their son who died in Mesopotamia during the Great War, Jan 9th 1917 aged 34 years.

FARLEY. City Road Cemy.

JOHN, the beloved son of JOHN and ELIZABETH FARLEY, who died of wounds received in action Aug 11th 1916, aged 21 years. ‘Died in the lord’.

FAULKNER. Handsworth New Cemy, CWGC.

99599 GUNNER F.E. FAULKNER, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 2nd November 1917 age 25, ‘We know that they shall rise’.

FAULKNER. St Mary’s, Walkley.

In loving memory of JAMES, the beloved husband of AMY FAULKNER, who died July 14. 1917, aged 23 years. ‘In the midst of life we are in death’.

FAULKNER. Crookes Cemy.

Also of PRIVATE T.L. FAULKNER, R.A.F. the beloved husband of JESSIE FAULKNER, who died in France whilst serving in H.M. Forces Nov 2nd 1918, aged 23 years, ‘Gone but not forgotten’.

FAVELL. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also of his son WILLIAM REGINALD, 2nd LIEUT. 4th BATN. YORK & LANCS REGT, killed in action in France July 2nd 1916 aged 34.

FAWCETT. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC,

67994 PRIVATE H. H. FAWCETT, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L. I. 17th November 1918, age 38.

FAWLEY. Ecclesall All Saints.

In ever loving memory of our dear son HENRY WILFRID FAWLEY, AUSTRALIAN IMP. FORCES, who fell in action at Lone Pine, Gallipoli, August 12th 1915 aged 26 years, ‘Rest in peace’.

FEARN. City Road Cemy.

Also of COXSWAIN FRED FEARN, R.N.R. H.M. MOTOR LAUNCH NO: 424, son of the above killed in Naval action off the Belgium coast April 23rd 1918, aged 29 years. ‘Mourned by his widow and child’.

FEARNEHOUGH. City Road Cemy.

Also GEORGE FEARNEHOUGH, the beloved grandson of the above killed in action in France Octr 23rd 1918, aged 20 years. ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

FIDLER. Crookes Cemy.

Also HARRY, youngest son of the above, killed in action at Villers Bretonneux April 24th 1918 aged 24 years.

FIELDHOUSE. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of ERNEST FIELDHOUSE (E.R.A. R.N.) their beloved son who went down on H.M.S. AMPHION, in the North Sea, Aug 6th 1914, in his 28th year

FIELDING. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also of ARTHUR WILLIAM their beloved son who was killed in action in France April 16th 1918 aged 27 years.

FIELDS. City Road Cemy.

Also HORACE, beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France Feb 28th 1915, aged 19 years.

FINKILL. St Marys Bolsterstone.

In loving memory of PTE THOMAS HENRY FINKILL, 8th BORDER REGT, the dearly beloved son of FRED and GERTRUDE FINKILL, killed in action somewhere in France, August 3rd 1917 aged 20 years and 11 months, ‘His duty nobly done’.

FIRTH. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

108023 2nd AIR MECH. E. FIRTH, ROYAL AIR FORCE, 28th August 1918 age 25.

FISHER. Norton Cemy.

Also CHARLES FISHER, No 20322 1st 4th YORK & LANCS REGT, died through wounds May 24th 1918, aged 24 years, ‘Sweet memories cling to his name’.

FISHER. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE FRANK FISHER, 8th Y&L, the beloved husband of SARAH ANN FISHER, who was killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 43 years.

FISHER. City Road Cemy.

Also of GEORGE THOMPSON FISHER, ROYAL ENGINEERS, and son of the above who was killed in action in France August 28th 1915, aged 19 years.

FISHER. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

20935 GUNNER T. FISHER, ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY, 7th April 1918.

FISHER. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

5/222668 PRIVATE W. FISHER, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L I, 12th November 1918 age 18.

FITZAKERLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also RICHARD FITZARKERLEY, beloved son of the above who was killed in France April 1917, aged 34 years.

FLETCHER. City Road Cemy. CWGC.

7141 PRIVATE A. FLETCHER, EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 19th August 1918 age 44, ‘Rest in peace’.

FLETCHER. Norton Cemy.

PTE A.E. FLETCHER, 12th YORK & LANCS REGT, missing July 1st 1916, aged 23 years,

PTE B.T. FLETCHER, 13th DURM. LIGHT INFANTRY, killed in action Oct 5th 1918, aged 21 years.

FLETCHER. Handsworth New Cemy.

Also of PTE. ARTHUR FLETCHER, 12th Y & L, their beloved son who fell in action July 1st 1916 aged 21 years, ‘Thy will be done’.

FLETCHER. Underbank Chapel, Stopes Road.

Also CHARLES, their beloved son who died July 26th 1915 aged 23 years.

FLETCHER. Darnall Cemy.

Also of FRANK, youngest & loved son of the above who was killed in action in France Sep 27th 1915, aged 25 years, ‘Died for his country’.

FLETCHER. City Road Cemy.

Also of our dear son PTE. SYDNEY FLETCHER, NO 17992, of the 6th EAST YORKS, killed in action in France Sep 26th 1916, aged 20 years & 8 months.

FLOWER. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also FREDERICK ARTHUR, their son, who fell in action in France, Aug 24th 1916, aged 24 years.

FLOWER. Burncross Cemy.

Also WILFRED JOSEPH, beloved and only son of JOSEPH & ANNIE FLOWER, 2nd LIEUT. 1/7 WORCESTER REGT, died from wounds received in action and was buried in Flanders, August 18th 1917, aged 25 years.

FORSDIKE. General Cemy.

Also of LIEUT. HAROLD BROOKE FORSDIKE, son of WILLIAM D. and EMIL FORSDIKE, killed in action, France 1st July 1916 aged 20.

FOSTER. Ecclesall All Saints.

In loving memory of ARTHUR ARNOLD, killed in action in France, May 10th 1918, aged 22years.

FOSTER. Wardsend Cemy.

Also of JAMES, their son who was killed in action October 25th 1914 aged 20 years.

FOWLER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in ever loving memory of PTE. A.J. FOWLER, K.O.Y.L.I. beloved son of J. & S.E. FOWLER, and Grandson of the above, killed in action in France Sept 27th 1916, aged 23 years.

FOWLER. City Road Cemy. CWGC.

46484 PRIVATE J. A. FOWLER, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 1st April 1919 age 20.

FOX. City Road Cemy.

Also of LC/CL. CHARLES JAMES FOX, son of the above who was killed in action in France March 22nd 1918, aged 31 years.

FOX. Norton Cemy.

Also of 2nd LIEUT G. FOX, R.F.A. dearly beloved husband of MARIA FOX, and grandson of the above, who was killed in action on Whit Monday May 24th 1915, aged 31 years, and was interred in France, ‘Thy will be done’.

FOX. City Road Cemy.

Also PTE. HARBOR FOX, E.Y. son of the above killed in action August 12th 1916, aged 28 years.

FRANKLIN. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

19147 PRIVATE F. FRANKLIN, SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGT, 25th August 1916.

FREEMAN. Attercliffe cemy.

Also HENRY FREEMAN, beloved son of the above died in France May 20th 1917 aged 40 years.

FRETWELL. City Road Cemy.

Also the beloved son of the above PTE. A. FRETWELL, R.A.M.C. who departed this life November 3rd 1918, aged 24 years. ‘He died to save others’.

FROST. City Road Cemy.

Also of LC CPL. HARRY FROST, K.O.Y.L.I. the beloved son of the above ALFRED & EMILY FROST, who was killed in action in France July 2nd 1917, aged 34 years.

FURNISS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of ALBERT EDWARD, beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France July 16th 1915, aged 20 years, ‘He bravely answered duty’s call, he gave his life for one and all’.

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GALLEY. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

36874 PRIVATE J.A. GALLEY, ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS, 31st October 1918 age 30.

GAMBLES. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. JIM GAMBLES, R.A.M.C, only son of JAMES & FLORETTA GAMBLES, and beloved husband of ELIZABETH GAMBLES, who lost his life on the torpedoed mail boat LEINSTER, Oct 10th 1918, aged 27 years. ‘Mizpah’.

GARTH. Handsworth New Cemy.

Also PTE. HERBERT GARTH, 11880 K.O.Y.L.I. son of the above, died of wounds, France, April 1st 1918 aged 36 years.

GAUGHAN. St Michaels Rivelin.

also JOSEPH, son of the above killed in France Oct 1st 1918 aged 19 years.

GAVINS. Woodhouse Cemy, CWGC.

73690 SERJEANT J. GAVINS, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, 7th May 1920 age 37, 41373 PRIVATE F. GAVINS, MM. NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS, 27th December 1921 age 35.

GELDER. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

12595 PRIVATE CHARLES GELDER, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 27th October 1919 age 36.

GELL. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

14457 PRIVATE R. GELL, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 4th February 1921 age 51, ‘The day thou gavest Lord is ended’.

GIBSON. Abbet Lane Cemy.

Our beloved son PERCY GIBSON (JACK), who fell asleep in Jesus April 27th 1918, in Leeds Hospital, from wounds received in action June 28-1917 aged 24 years.

GIBSON. Burncross Cemy.

Also of their son PTE WILLIAM GIBSON, who was killed in action in France, Oct 29th 1918, aged 22 years.

GILDER. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of our dear son EDWIN (TEDDY), lost in France during the Great War April 11th 1918 aged 19 years.

GILL. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also of FREDERICK GILL uncle of the above killed in action July 17th 1918 aged 24 years.

GILLOTT. Burngreave Cemy,

In loving memory of PTE ERNEST GILLOTT, 5th BN. KOYLI REG, the beloved son of JOHN T. and MARY A. GILLOTT, who died August 8th 1918 from wounds received in action in his 30th year. Intered at Rouen. ‘Died for one and all’.

GILLOTT. Norton Cemy.

In loving memory of GUNNER JAMES HARRY, the dearly beloved husband of JANE ELIZABETH GILLOTT, who died of wounds in France December 26th 1917, aged 26 years, ‘A Mons Hero’.

GILSON. Crookes Cemy.

Also of EDWARD NORMAN GILSON, their only son who died on Nov 5th 1918, from wounds received in the war, and was interred at Niederzwehren cemetery, Germany, aged 26 years.

GLAVES. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

19919 PRIVATE G. A. GLAVES, EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 10th December 1915, age 30.

GLEAVE. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also in proud and glorious memory of PRIVATE FRANCIS GLEAVE, SHEFFIELD CITY BATTALION Y & L REGT, the dearly loved and only son of the above who was killed in action in France, June 14th 1916, aged 37 years. ‘He died the noblest death a man may die fighting for god and right and liberty’.

GLEDHILL. City Road Cemy.

Also of ALBERT, son of the above named who was killed in action March 21st 1918, aged 26 years.

GLEDSTONE. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

36776 1st AIR MECH. A. GLEDSTONE, ROYAL FLYING CORPS, 16th September 1917, age 20.

GLOVER. Darnall Cemy, CWGC.

12459 PRIVATE A. GLOVER, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 25th June 1918.

GODDARD. Handsworth New Cemy.

Also in loving memory of ARTHUR, son of the above who fell in France April 27th 1918, aged 29 years.

GODFREY. Intake New Cemy, CWGC.

795115 SERJEANT T. GODFREY, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 11th September 1917 age 34, ‘Thy will be done’.

GOLLINGS. Abbey Lane Cemy.

11151 PRIVATE E. GOLLINGS, MACHINE GUN CORPS, 14th May 1917 age 35, ‘Peace perfect peace, in loving memory’.

GOMMERSALL. City Road Cemy.

Treasured memories of a dear son SAMUEL GOMMERSALL, killed in action March 28th 1918, aged 30 years.

GOMMERSALL. City Road Cemy.

Also of SAMUEL GOMMERSALL, son of the above killed in action in France March 28th 1918, aged 30 years. ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

GOODISON. Underbank Chapel, Stopes Road.

Also JOSEPH, son of the above, died on war service October 9th 1918, aged 18 years.

GOODLAD. Norton Cemy.

Also of ALFRED GOODLAD, their beloved and only son, PTE. and BANDSMAN 12th Y & L, who was killed near Serre, Somme, France, July 1-1916, aged 23 years, ‘His grave is in British Cemetery Railway Hollow, near Serre’.

GOODLAD. Crookes Cemy.

Also of PTE. FRED GOODLAD, their beloved son, who was killed in action somewhere in France, April 15th 1918, aged 18 years.

GOODWIN. Burngreave Cemy,

Also of CHRISTOPHER GOODWIN, son of the above who died December 22nd 1919, aged 20 years. ‘Rest in peace’.

GOODWIN. Burngreave Cemy,

Also SAPPER THOMAS GOODWIN, R.E, killed in action in Belgium October 16th 1918, aged 22 years.

GOODYEAR. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of WILLIAM GOODYEAR, 1st COLDSTREAM GUARDS, killed in action in France September 29th 1916, aged 36 years.

GORMLEY. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

J.H. GORMLEY, ABLE SEAMAN, R.N.V.R. KW/767, HOWE BATTN, R.N.D. 6th January 1918.

GOSNEY. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also of GEORGE GOSNEY, beloved son of the above died from wounds received in France October 12th 1917 aged 20 years, ‘In the midst of life we are in Death’. Also of ERNEST GOSNEY, son of the above aged 27 years, killed in action November 30th 1917.

GOUDE. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

10915 PRIVATE R. GOUDE, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REGT 9th August 1920.

GOUGH. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

1530 GUNNER H GOUGH, ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY, 16th April 1921.

GOULDSBROUGH. Burngreave Cemy.

Allen Gouldsbrough, headstone badly eroded. From CWGC – 27876 K.O.Y.L.I. killed in action Oct 1st 1916, aged 31 years.

GRACE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of SAMUEL the beloved son of the above, who was killed in action in France August 10th 1916, aged 19 years.

GRAHAM. Norton Cemy.

Also PTE EDWIN GRAHAM, son of the above WILLIAM AND ELIZABETH HUGHES GRAHAM, killed in action at Somme, France, July 1st 1916, aged 41 years.

GRANT. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

200793 PRIVATE A. L. GRANT, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 21st May 1918, age 43. ‘Sometime we’ll understand’.

GRANTHAM. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

12030 PRIVATE J GRANTHAM, EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 14th November 1918.

GRAY. City Road Cemy.

Also PTE. P. GRAY & PTE. J.R. GRAY, sons of the above who were killed in France.

GRAY. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

16593 PRIVATE P.H. GRAY, ROYAL FUSILIERS, 23rd August 1917 age 23.

GRAYHURST. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE HENRY GRAYHURST, who was killed in action Aug 24th 1918, aged 29 years.

GRAYSON. Underbank Chapel, Stopes Road.

Also their son PRIVATE EWART GRAYSON, W.Y.REGT, killed in action at the Dardenelles, Nov 20th 1915 aged 27 years. Also of their son PRIVATE ERNEST GRAYSON, Y & L REGT, killed in action in France July 20th 1918, aged 34 years.

GRAYSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of SGT JOHN GRAYSON, 7th BATT. K.O.Y.L.I. who was killed in action in France Nov. 20th 1917, aged 22 years.

GREAVES. St Marys Bolsterstone, CWGC.

3675115 PRIVATE A. GREAVES, LABOUR CORPS, 20th January 1918.

GREAVES. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. HAROLD GREAVES, 3rd EAST YORKS, dearly loved son of the above, killed in action in France, Sept 18th 1918, aged 21 years, ‘He nobly died that we might live’.

GREEN. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

G. GREEN, ABLE SEAMAN AA/1888, ROYAL NAVAL VOL. RESERVE, 20th October 1917 age 30.

GREEN. Burngreave Cemy.

Also HERBERT GREEN, her dear son, died of wounds at St Quentin March 25th 1918, aged 28 years.

GREEN. Woodhouse Cemy, CWGC.

143392 GUNNER J. GREEN, ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY, 28th February 1919.

GREEN. St Marys Bolsterstone, CWGC.

241572 PRIVATE J. GREEN, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 16th September 1918, age 24, ‘Until the day breaks’.

GREEN. Christ Church, Fulwood, CWGC.

L.GREEN, STOKER 1st CLASS, R.N. K/48925 H.M.S. “ST. VINCENT” 27th December 1918 age 18.

GREEN. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE PERCY GREEN, their beloved son who died in India, Aug 18th 1918, aged 29 years. ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

GREENFIELD. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of FRED, son of the above, killed in action 1918.

GREGORY. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

12997 PRIVATE A.E. GREGORY, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 7th July 1916 age 32.

GREGORY. City Road Cemy.

Also DRIVER CHARLES GREGORY, 7th BRGDE. A.C R.H.A. dearly loved son of BEN and MARY GREGORY, and grandson of the above died at Le Havre France Nov 11th 1918, aged 28 years. ‘Your name is hallowed in the home you loved’.

GREGORY. St Nicholas, Bradfield.

Also CLIFFORD, son of the above killed in action June 15th 1918, aged 19 years.

GREGORY. City Road Cemy.

Also LCE / CPL FRANK GREGORY, R.E, the dearly beloved husband of EDITH GREGORY, who died in France Nov 28th 1918, buried at Valenciennes, aged 30 years. ‘God be with you till we meet again’. ( Frank also has nearly the same inscription on an headstone in Burngreave Cemy, the headstone is well eroded but the inscription is just about legible ).

GREGORY. Tinsley Park Cemy.

SERGT JOHN HENRY GREGORY, Y & L REGT, their beloved son who was accidentally killed April 9th 1919, in his 24th year, ‘Thy purpose Lord we cannot see, but all is well that’s done by Thee’.

GREGORY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PRIVATE JOSEPH WILLIAM GREGORY, beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France Sept 26th 1915, in his 37th year, ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

GRIMES. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

51866 SHOEING SMITH, J. GRIMES, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 23rd June 1920.

GROCOCK. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of JAMES ARTHUR GROCOCK 9th WEST YORKSHIRE REGT, beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France Sept. 27th 1916, aged 41 years.

GUEST. Burngreave Cemy.

In eternal remembrance of FRANK ROBERT GUEST, late 12th YORK & LANCS, who fell asleep Sept. 14th 1922, aged 32 years, ‘Lifes work well done, lifes race well run, lifes crown well won, now comes rest’.

GUEST. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of WILLIAM, the beloved husband of ELIZABETH GUEST who was killed in Zeppelin raid Sept 26th 1916, aged 32 years, ‘In the midst of life we are in Death’.

GYTE. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of PTE. WILLIAM GYTE, 6th YORK & LANCS REGT, youngest son of the above, and beloved husband of KATE GYTE, who died from wounds received in action in France, October 3rd 1918, aged 28 years, ‘He nobly answered duty’s call’.

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HADWICK. Burngreave Cemy.

In affectionate and loving memory of SAPPER LAWRENCE HADWICK, ROYAL ENGINEERS, killed in action in France May 26th 1917, aged 19 years.

HAGUE. Wadsley Parish Church, CWGC.

4148 PRIVATE F. HAGUE, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 10th May 1916.

HAGUE. Burncross Cemy, CWGC.

105015 PRIVATE F. HAGUE, ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS, 9th November 1918 age 22.

HAGUE. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of GEORGE, the beloved son of the above GEORGE & MARY HAGUE, who was killed in action in France Oct 16th 1915, aged 19 years.

HAGUE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also HAROLD, son of the above killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 19 years.

HAIGH. Gleadless Christ Church.

Also of PTE. FRANK HAIGH, ( COLDSTREAM GUARDS ) the beloved son of the above, killed in action Aug 5th 1916, aged 23 years. ‘He gave his life for his friends’.

HAIGH. St Marys Bolsterstone, CWGC.

2007 PRIVATE G. HAIGH, ROYAL FUSILIERS, and ROYAL ORDNANCE CORPS, 12th December 1919 age 21, ‘What more could he do than lay down his life for others’.

HALL. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

59484 PRIVATE H. HALL, WELSH REGIMENT, 2nd October 1917.

HALL. City Road Cemy.

Also of CPL HAROLD HALL, R.F.A, son of the above who was killed in action in France Novr 4th 1918, aged 25 years.

HALL. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. HENRY HALL, son of the above, killed in action in France June 8th 1917, aged 21 years.

HALL. City Road Cemy.

Also their beloved son JOHN GILBERT HALL 2nd LIEUT. WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT and QUEENS COLLEGE OXFORD, killed in action at Bullecourt France May 3rd 1917, aged 20 years. ‘Greater love hath no man than this’.

HALL. Burngreave Cemy.

JOHN JOSEPH HALL, killed in action 1915.

HALL. City Road Cemy.

Also PTE WALTER HALL, 16th BATT. ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REG, brother of the above killed in action Oct 14th 1918, aged 35 years. ‘Peace perfect peace’.

HALL. City Road Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM ROBERT HALL, son in law of the above who was killed in action in France Sep 20th 1917, aged 37 years.

HALLAM. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of ARTHUR VERNER, the beloved son of STEPHEN and SUSANNAH HALLAM, killed in action Aug 30th 1915, aged 20 years. ‘Sleep on sweet boy until we meet again’.

HALLATT. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

201562 PRIVATE H. HALLATT, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 30th April 1917 age 31.

HAMES. Abbey Lane Cemy.

In affectionate remembrance of LEVI HAMES, aged 23 years, also his wife BEATRICE, aged 22 years, and their beloved son HORACE WILLIAM, aged 14 months, who was killed at 10 Cossy Rd, Sheffd, September 26th 1916, ‘In the midst of life we are in death’.

(Zeppelin raid)

HAMMOND. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of JAMES ARCHIBALD, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action 1917, aged 28 years.

HAMMOND. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

S/3522 RIFLEMAN H. HAMMOND, THE RIFLE BRIGADE, 17th February 1918 age 20. ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

HANCOCK. Abbey Lane Cemy.

Also CPL. ARTHUR HANCOCK, 2nd YORK & LANCS REGT, killed in action in France Aug 9th 1915, aged 25 years, also PTE. WILLIAM EDWIN (TED) HANCOCK, 3rd YORK & LANCS REGT, killed in action in France July 31st 1917, aged 35 years, beloved son’s of the above named.

HANCOCK. Christ Church, Fulwood.

In loving remembrance of HERBERT, the beloved son of HERBERT & MARTHA JANE HANCOCK, died of wounds received in action Oct 26th 1917 and was interred at General Cemetery Etaples, France Oct 27th 1917. ‘At rest’.

HANCOCK. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of PTE JOSEPH HANCOCK, M.R. their beloved son who died at Rouen, France, Dec 11th 1918, aged 19 years, ‘Duty nobly done’

HANFORTH. Ecclesall All Saints.

In loving memory of CHARLES HAYDN, eldest son of THOMAS WILLIAM & ALICE HANFORTH, Keble College, Oxon, 12th BATTN. Y & L REGT, died February 9th 1915 aged 20 years.

HANSON. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

3/3869 PRIVATE A. HANSON, NOTTS & DERBY REGIMENT, 23rd February 1921 age 40.

HANSON. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of ERNEST, son of the above who died Nov 1st 1914, whilst serving his Country on H.M.S. GOOD HOPE, aged 26 years.

HANSON. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

201443 H. HANSON, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 2nd November 1918.

HARDMAN. St. Nicholas Bradfield.

Also of PTE. G. L. HARDMAN, grandson of the above who died in France June 17th 1918, aged 19 years.

HARDWICK. Intake New Cemy.

Also of SGT. JOE HARDWICK, MM. beloved son of the above, who was killed April 29th 1918 aged 42 years, R.I.P.

HARDY. City Road Cemy.

Also of HAROLD, their beloved son who died of wounds Sept 26th 1916, aged 21 years

HARDY. City Road Cemy.

Also JOHN THOMAS HARDY, killed in action May 5th 1917, aged 20 years. Also CYRIL HARDY, reported killed in action March 23rd 1918, aged 19 years.

HARPER. Abbey Lane Cemy.

41446 G.J.HARPER, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 28th February 1917 age 22.

HARPER. Burncross Cemy.

Also THOMAS HARPER, son of the aforesaid, killed in France Nov 2nd 1916, aged 21 years, interred at Sailly – Au – Bois.

HARRIS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM FRANCIS HARRIS, of H.M.S. ACHILLES, the beloved son of ELIZABETH NEWTON and Grandson of the above WILLIAM OTTER, who died August 21st 1918, aged 18 years.

HARRISON. Wadsley Parish Church.

Also of B.C. HARRISON, son of the above, killed in action in France May 22nd 1916, aged 20 years.

HARRISON. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. CHARLES HARRISON, 1st 4th YORK & LANCS, the beloved son of ERNEST A. & ROSE HARRISON, who died Jan 11th 1917, Star & Garter, Richmond, aged 25 years.

HARRISON. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also CPL. ERNEST HARRISON killed in action in France Aug 27, 1918 aged 32 years.

HARRISON. City Road Cemy.

Also PTE FRANK HARRISON, the dearly beloved son of the above who died of wounds April 11th 1917, aged 20 years. Buried in Aubigny Communal Cemetery, Arras.

HARRISON. Norton Cemy.

Also FRED HARRISON, 37th BATTERY R.F.A. the beloved husband of ELIZABETH HARRISON, and son of the above who departed this life June 22nd 1917 aged 31 years, ‘To dearly loved to be forgotten’.

HARRISON. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of PTE GEORGE HARRISON, Y & L REGT, the beloved son of FRED & CLARA HARRISON, (and grandson of the above) who was killed in action in France, April 16th 1917, aged 19 years, ‘To forget is vain endeavour, loves remembrance lives for ever’.

HARRISON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. HARRY HARRISON, beloved son of the above who was killed in action August 15th 1917, aged 34 years.

HARRISON. Intake New Cemy.

Also of HUBERT BANKS HARRISON, grandson of the above, killed in action in France, March 21st 1918, aged 19 years.

HARRISON. Woodhouse Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM HENRY, son of the above & beloved husband of LOTTIE HARRISON, who was killed in action at Arras France June 18th 1917 aged 25 years.

HARROP. Norton Cemy.

In loving memory of SIGNALLER J. H. HARROP, S.W.B. beloved son of T. & E. HARROP, and grand-son of the above who died in Le Harve Hospital France July 26th 1917, aged 25 years. ‘For ever with the lord’.

HARTLE. Christ Church, Fulwood.

In loving memory of CORPORAL GEORGE HARTLE 8th DUKE OF WELLINGTON W.R. dearly loved and eldest son of JOSEPH HENRY & ALICE MARY HARTLE, died of wounds at Dardanelles Aug 10th 1915, and buried at sea aged 29 years.

HARTLEY. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

263487 DRIVER H. HARTLEY, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 2nd December 1918 age 18, ‘Worthy of remembrance’.

HARTMAN. Ecclesfield Jewish Cemy.

In loving memory of EMILY, the beloved daughter of AARON & DORA HARTMAN, died Oct 20th 1918, aged 22 years, ‘Thou o lord hast done as it pleased thee’, G.R.H.D.S.I.P.

HARVEY. Norton Cemy.

Also of DOUGLAS, the beloved son of the above, killed in action at Cambrai Sept 22nd 1918, aged 22 years, of the 2/4th K.O.Y.L.I. REGIMENT.

HARVEY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE JAMES ROBERT HARVEY, 15th D.L.I., Grandson of the above, died of wounds received in the Battle of Loos, whilst helping his wounded comrade, and was interred at Wallasey Cemetery Feb 10th 1917, aged 24 years.

HASLAM. Norton Cemy.

Also in loving memory of PTE. G. W. HASLAM, 18269 1st BATT. COLDSTREAM GUARDS, killed in action Dec 27th 1916, aged 19 years.

HATT. Darnall Cemy.

Also JAMES HARRY HATT, their beloved son who died in France Feb 20th 1919, aged 22 years.

HAWKSWORTH. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

DEAL/11051 ( S ) PRIVATE J. HAWKSWORTH, ROYAL MARINES, 11th February 1918.

HAWKSWORTH. City Road Cemy.

Also JAMES EDMUND, beloved son of the above died of wounds in France 1915, aged 21 years.

HAWLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in proud & loving memory of CYRIL HAWLEY 2nd LIEUT. R.F.C, youngest son of the above who after serving 10 months in France was accidentally killed whilst flying at Grantham July 23rd 1917, aged 22 years. ‘Lost to our vision but yet not out of sight, in the eyes of our father the pilots all right, away through the clouds his soul flew above, on the wings of Gods he ? ? ? arms ? ?

HAYWOOD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of CORPORAL H. HAYWOOD, beloved son of the above, 8th BATT. Y & L REGIMENT, killed in action in France July 1st 1916, aged 33 years.

HAZLEHURST. Tinsley park Cemy.

JOSEPH WATSON, the beloved son of MARY and of the late JOSEPH HAZLEHURST, killed in action Sept 20th 1915, aged 22 years. ‘For ever in our thoughts’.

HEBBLETHWAITE. Norton Cemy.

In loving memory of my dear husband ARTHUR HEBBLETHWAITE, who died at Netley Hospital October 29-1914, through wounds received in the Battle of the Aisne September 21-1914, aged 30 years.

HEELEY. Crooks Cemy, CWGC.

3170 RIFLEMAN T. HEELEY, KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS, 9th November 1916 age 46.

HELLIWELL. St Nicholas Bradfield, CWGC.

47395 PRIVATE G. HELLIWELL, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, 17th November 1918 age 21.

HEMINGWAY. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also of HUGH HEMINGWAY, brother of the above who died of wounds in France April 20th 1918 in his 26th year, and was interred at Etaples. ‘He laid down his life for his friends’.

HEMMENS. Ecclesall All Saints.

In loving memory of JOHN ARTHUR, dearly loved husband of NELLIE HEMMENS, killed in action in France Dec 6th 1917, aged 37 years.

HENDERSON. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In effectionate remembrance of SERGT JAMES HENDERSON, 1/4th YORK & LANCASTER REGT, the dearly beloved son of JAMES and ROBINA HENDERSON, who died of wounds July 16th 1916, aged 20 years, ‘The path of duty was the way to glory’.

HENDERSON. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

1624 SERJEANT J. HENDERSON, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 16th July 1916 age 20.

HENSTOCK.

William John, See W.J. Beattie.

HEPPENSTALL. City Road Cemy.

Also of LCE CPL HARRY HEPPENSTALL, son of the above who was killed in action in France Nov 21st 1916, aged 19 years.

HETHERINGTON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. WALTER HETHERINGTON, MANCHESTER REGT, beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France, Oct 11th 1916, aged 28 years, ‘Tender memories of the past will remain while life shall last’.

HEY. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also of WALTER, son of the above HENRY HEY, of the 93rd CANADIANS, killed at Vimy Ridge May 2nd 1917, aged 36 years.

HIBBERD. Norton Cemy.

Also JAMES BATES HIBBERD, the beloved son of the above killed in action at the Dardanelles Nov 19 1915, aged 29 years.

HIBBERT. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

204136 PRIVATE G. HIBBERT, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 30th May 1917 age 31.

HIDES. Wardsend Cemy.

Also of ERNEST HIDES, 4TH BATTALION, 1ST INFANTRY BRIGADE, AUSTRALIAN FORCES, youngest son of the above, killed in action in Gallipoli Aug 6th 1915, aged 23 years.

HIDES. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of PRIVATE GEORGE FRANCIS HIDES, R.A.M.C. the beloved husband of LOUISA HIDES, who died Nov. 17th 1919 aged 45 years, ‘Not gone from memory, not gone from love, but gone to our Fathers home above’.

HIGGINBOTTOM. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

35339 PRIVATE R. W. HIGGINBOTTOM, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 13th April 1918 age 33.

HILL. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

301732 PRIVATE C.C. HILL, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, 29th April 1917.

HILL. Norton Cemy.

Also CPL. E. HILL, RIFLE BRIGADE, (Teddy), killed in action at Gueudecourt Oct 7th 1916, aged 20 years & 6 months, grandson of the above.

HILL. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

2234 PRIVATE H. HILL, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 13th July 1915 age 21.

HILL. City Road Cemy. CWGC.

200253 PRIVATE T HILL, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 29th January 1918 age 21.

HILSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also HARRY, the beloved son of SAMUEL and ELEANOR HILSON, who died Sept 30th 1917, aged 30 years, ‘Thy will be done’.

HIMSWORTH. City Road Cemy.

Also PTE. EDWIN JOSEPH HIMSWORTH, 8th IRISH KINGS LIVERPOOL REGT, beloved and youngest son of the above killed in action in France Sept 20th 1917, aged 21 years. ‘Until the day breaks and the shadows flee away’.

HIMSWORTH. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

200881 SERJEANT H. HIMSWORTH, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 8th June 1919 age 30.

HINCHCLIFFE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PRIVATE WALTER HINCHLIFFE, 6th BATT. Y & L REGT, Grand-son of the above killed in action at the Dardanelles Dec 10th 1915, aged 20 years.

HIRD. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of PTE. G.E. HIRD, 12/13 NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS, who was killed in action in France April 27th 1918, aged 20 years, ‘Lies in an unknown grave’.

HIVES. Norton Cemy.

Also of JOHN WILFRED HIVES, late R.A.F. who died during the Great War, aged 44 years, ‘Dearly loved’.

HOBSON. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

144414 2nd PRIVATE A.E. HOBSON, ROYAL AIR FORCE, 26th September 1918 age 46.

HOBSON. Christ Church, Fulwood.

MAJOR ALAN FABER HOBSON D.S.O. 2/1 WEST RIDING FIELD COMPANY, ROYAL ENGINEERS, elder son of Sir ALBERT JOHN HOBSON, killed near Thiepval August 28th 1916 aged 23.

HOBSON. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of GEORGE HENRY, beloved husband of ANNIE ELIZABETH HOBSON, who was killed in action at the Dardanelles Sept 4th 1915, aged 44 years. ‘Death divides but memory clings’.

HOBSON. Christ Church, Fulwood.

2nd LIEUT. LESLIE FABER HOBSON, 1/4th YORK AND LANCASTER REGIMENT (HALLAMSHIRE BATTALION) killed near Ypres July 11th 1915 aged 19.

HOBSON. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

R/6179 RIFLEMAN R. HOBSON, KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS, 2nd March 1920 age 37, ‘For King & Country’.

HOCKADAY. Crookes Cemy.

In loving memory of PERCY FREDERICK HOCKADAY, the beloved husband of AMELIA HOCKADAY, who died February 27th 1919 aged 38 years, ‘Cheerful through his sufferings’.

HODGETTS. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of THOMAS EDWARD HODGETTS, their son, who was killed in action in Salonica March 3rd 1917, aged 26 years.

HODGSON. City Road Cemy.

Also FRANK WILLIAM, 2/4 Y & L, the beloved son of the above killed in action in France, April 21st 1918 aged 28 years.

HODGSON. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

37765 PRIVATE H. HODGSON, ROYAL WELCH FUSILIERS, 24th August 1920 age 21.

HODGSON. Burngreave Cemy.

In memory of PTE. HENRY HODGSON, killed in action in France, Jan 11th 1916.

HODGSON. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also PTE JAMES HODGSON, K.O.Y.L.I. the beloved son of JAMES & MARGARET HODGSON, & brother of Mrs M.A. DENMAN, killed in France Aug 27th 1918, aged 21 years, ‘Ever remembered’.

HODGSON. Crookes Cemy.

Also PTE J.B. HODGSON, beloved husband of the above killed in action in France March 13th 1917 aged 33 years.

HOLCOMBE. Crookes Cemy.

In loving memory of a devoted husband and father CAPTAIN H.R. HOLCOMBE, who fell asleep March 15th 1920 aged 50 years. ‘He lived to serve’.

HOLDEN. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

T4/174384 DRIVER J.W. HOLDEN, ARMY SERVICE CORPS, 21st August 1918 age 26.

HOLLAND. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

4492 PRIVATE E. HOLLAND YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 21st July 1918.

HOLLAND. Norton Cemy.

Also of CORPORAL HARRY HOLLAND, MACHINE GUN CORP, killed in action June 10th 1918, aged 24, beloved son of the above JOSEPH A. and ANNIE HOLLAND, interred at Hazebrauck Military Cemetery, France.

HOLLINGWORTH. Ecclesall All Saints.

In loving memory of HAROLD HOLLINGWORTH, 12th Y and L (CITY BATTALION), third son of ERNEST & ELLEN HOLLINGWORTH, killed in action 1st July 1916 aged 23 years.

HOLLIS. City Road Cemy.

Also WILLIAM, son of the above killed in action Oct 26th 1917, aged 20 years. ‘Until we meet again’.

HOLMES. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

21117 DRIVER G. H. HOLMES, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 8th March 1919 age 26. ‘The path of duty was the way to glory’.

HOLMES. Norton Cemy.

Also of HARRY HOLMES, killed in action Sept 20-1917, aged 19 years.

HOOLE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also their beloved son ARTHUR, (3rd ENG’R, “S.S. ARCADIAN”), who went down at sea, Torpedoed Sept. 16, 1918 aged 22 years.

HOPE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also HORACE, beloved husband of LILY HOPE, who was killed in action in France March 11th 1915, aged 30 years.

HORNER. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

29947 GUNNER P. HORNER, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 28th May 1917.

HORNER. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

7153 SERJEANT W HORNER D.C.M, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 26th June 1918 age 38. ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

HOROBIN. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

202282 PRIVATE F. W. HOROBIN, BEDFORDSHIRE REGIMENT, 14th June 1917 age 32. ‘At rest’.

HORSFIELD. St Nicholas, Bradfield, CWGC.

242950 PRIVATE S. HORSFIELD, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 28th October 1918 age 22.

HORSFIELD. St Nicholas, Bradfield.

In loving memory of SIDNEY, the dearly beloved son of WALTER and CHARLOTTE HORSFIELD of Agden Dam House who died from wounds received in France October 28th and was interred at Bradfield Church November 8th 1918, aged 22 years.

HOWARD. Wadsley Parish Church, CWGC.

SECOND LIEUTENANT G. O. HOWARD, S. STAFFORDSHIRE REGT, 14th November 1918 age 28. ‘Life’s labour over, Peace perfect peace’.

HOWARTH. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also of GEORGE, 2nd BATT. MACHINE GUN SECTION, COLDSTREAM GUARDS, the beloved son of the above, killed in action at Vermelles, Belgium on September 27th 1915 in his 23rd year, ‘For his country’s sake’.

HOWSAM. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

14899 GUARDSMAN W.H. HOWSAM, COLDSTREAM GUARDS, 12th May 1919.

HOYLAND. Burngreave Cemy.

Also JOHN HOYLAND, lost in H.M.S. GOOD HOPE off the Chilean coast, November 1st 1914.

HUBBARD. Norton cemy.

Also CLIFFORD, only son of the above & loving husband of CHARLOTTE HUBBARD, who was killed in France Oct 11 1918, aged 34 years. ‘Most tenderly loved & deeply mourned’.

HUBBARD. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of COR/L. WILLIAM E. HUBBARD, 332 AERO SQUADRON U.S.A, son of JOHN W. & ELIZABETH HUBBARD, who died on active service Aug 19th 1918, aged 21 years. ‘His country called he waited not to reason why, his only thought the honor of the flag & liberty, for which he freely gave himself to do or die’.

HUDSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of ALBERT HUDSON, son of the above who was killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 26 years.

HUDSON. Crookes Cemy.

Also their dearly loved eldest son ( PHIL ) who was killed in the Great War May 27th 1918 in his 19th year, ‘When duty calls, then hearts and homes are broken’.

HUGHES. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of WALTER, 2ND LIEUT K.O.Y.L.I. son of the above and beloved husband of NELLIE HUGHES, who was killed in action March 8th 1918, aged 28 years.

HUMPHREY. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of PTE LAURANCE HUMPHREY, 2/4TH GLOSTER REGT, son of the above and beloved husband of MARY HUMPHREY, who was killed in action in France, Aug 27th 1917, aged 29 years, ‘To memory ever dear’.

HUNT. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. FREDERICK WILLIAM HUNT (EAST YORKSHIRE REGT), eldest son of the above reported missing July 23rd 1916, aged 24 years.

HUNT. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

476065 2nd CORPORAL G. HUNT, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 8th November 1918 age 23, ‘We cannot Lord Thy purpose see’.

HUNTER. Crookes Cemy.

Also our dead brother FRED, the dearly beloved and youngest son of the above who fell in action in France, Sept 25th 1916 in his 29th year, ‘He nobly answered duty’s call, his life for one and all’.

HUNTON. Abbey Lane Cemy.

In loving memory of FRANK VANGORDER HUNTON, the beloved husband of EDITH HUNTON, died Aug, 30 1917, age 35 years.

HUTCHINSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of LIEUTENANT BENJAMIN HUTCHINSON, M.C, EAST YORKSHIRE REGT, only son of the above who fell in action May 3rd 1917, aged 22 years. And was interred near Arras France. ‘May his reward be as great as his sacrifice’.

HUTCHINSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. CHARLES HUTCHINSON, YORK & LANCS REGT, the beloved husband of MARY ANN HUTCHINSON, and son of the above who was killed in action in France May 8th 1915, in his 34th year, ‘His duty nobly done’. Also PTE. JOHN HUTCHINSON, TANK CORPS, the beloved husband of SELINA HUTCHINSON, and son of the above who died April 2nd 1920, in his 34th year.

HUTCHINSON. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

11408 SERJEANT F. HUTCHINSON, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 3rd November 1918 age 36.

HUTCHINSON. Wadsley Parish Church, CWGC.

5673 PRIVATE G. HUTCHINSON, YORK & LANCASTER REGT 13th October 1916.

HUTCHINSON. Christ Church Fulwood.

Also GEORGE ALBERT, beloved son of THOMAS & ROSE ANN HUTCHINSON, killed in action in France April 5th 1918. aged 25 years.

HUTCHISON. St Michael’s Rivelin, CWGC.

29892 QMR. SERJT R.S. HUTCHISON, ROYAL ENGINEERS. 10th February 1917. ‘Most merciful Jesus give eternal rest to his soul. R.I.P.’

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IBBOTSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also GOERGE HENRY, their beloved son who was killed in action Nov. 5th 1915, aged 23 years.

IBBOTSON. Crookes Cemy.

Also to the memory of L/CPL. HENRY IBBOTSON, MM. 1/4th YORK & LANCS REGT, nephew, killed in action in France May 2nd 1917, interred in Pont Du Hem Cemetery, ‘ He gave his all’.

IRONS. City Road Cemy.

Also PERCY IRONS, their son who gave his life for his country in France 1918, aged 25 years.

IRONS. City Road Cemy.

2nd LIEUT. Wm. MORLEY IRONS, who gave his life in the Great War April 13th 1918, aged 19.

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JACKSON. Woodhouse Cemy.

Also L/CL CYRIL JACKSON, son of the above, missing July 10th 1916, ( Later reported killed in action ) aged 22 years, ‘Saviour in thy gracious keeping, leace we now our loved ones sufferings ‘.

JACKSON. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

410065 CORPORAL F JACKSON, ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS, 22nd September 1917 age 38. ‘At rest’.

JACKSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of GUNNER FRANK JACKSON, R.F.A. son of the above, killed in action in France Nov 1st 1918, aged 21 years, ‘Duty called, he answered’. Also of PTE. ERNEST JACKSON, (late M.T. A.S.C.) son of the above who died October 5th 1920, aged 26 years.

JACKSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of the above named PTE. GEORGE JACKSON, S. LANCASHIRE REGT, who was killed in action in France November 17th 1916, aged 47 years.

JACKSON. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. GEORGE Wm. JACKSON, died in action May 21st 1918, aged 36 years.

JACKSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. JAMES JACKSON, grandson of the above, who was killed in France July 7th 1916, aged 23 years. Also of PTE ARTHUR JACKSON, the beloved husband of CLARA JACKSON, who died Oct 17th 1917, aged 46 years.

JACKSON. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

WR/20507 PIONEER J.H. JACKSON, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 9th April 1919 age 46, ‘Dearer to memory than words can tell’.

JACKSON. Woodhouse Cemy, CWGC.

98806 PRIVATE R.R. JACKSON, NOTTS & DERBY REGIMENT, 3rd October 1918.

JACKSON. Crookes Cemy.

In loving memory of BOMB. SYDNEY JACKSON, R.F.A. the dearly loved son of HERBERT and NELLIE JACKSON, who died from wounds received in action September 2nd 1916 aged 23 years, ‘Greater love hath no man than this’.

JACKSON. City Road Cemy.

Also PTE WILLIAM JACKSON, died at Clipstone June 24th 1916, aged 37 years.

JACKSON. Crookes Cemy,

In loving memory of WILLIAM, the beloved husband of ANNIE JACKSON who died Oct 6th 1920 aged 31 years, ‘Farewell to you my wife so dear, farewell to you my parents near, farewell to all and pity take, and love my infant for my sake’.

JARVIS. Woodhouse Cemy.

Also their son FRANK killed in action April 11th 1918 aged 23.

JARVIS. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of PTE. WALTER JARVIS, 178th MACHINE GUN CORPS, eldest son of W. & A. JARVIS, killed in action in France, April 22nd 1917, aged 32 years.

JARVIS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also WILLIAM EDWARD JARVIS, father of the above who was killed in action April 12th 1917, aged 47 years.

JEAVONS. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of ARTHUR, their beloved son who was drowned at sea May 4th 1917, aged 25 years, ‘Thy will be done’.

JENKINSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in loving memory of PTE. ERNEST JENKINSON, the beloved son of WILLIAM and LUCY J. JENKINSON, and grandson of the above BERTHA and BENJAMIN SKILTON, who died from wounds in France Nov 2nd 1918, aged 20 years, ‘Just when his hopes were brightest, God called him home to rest’.

JEPSON. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

PT. FRED JEPSON, 3rd Y & L, the dearly loved son of JOHN & ALICE JEPSON who died Jan 18th 1920 aged 21 years. ‘Tis only those who have loved and lost can understand what this war has cost’, ‘At Rest’.

JEPSON. Tinsley Park Cemy.

RFMA (rifleman) HARRY JEPSON, who died of wounds received in action in France, Aug 29th 1916, aged 20 years, PTE TERENCE JEPSON, who died of wounds received in action in France, Nov 13th 1916, aged 19 years, PTE HARVEY JEPSON, who died of wounds received in action in France, Nov 13th 1918, aged 19 years.

JINKINSON. Abbey Lane Cemy.

Also our dear son HAROLD JAMES, died of wounds received in action Sept 29th, buried in Belgium, 1917, aged 28 years, ‘At Rest’.

Spelt JENKINSON on the CWGC web site.

JOEL. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

200407 PRIVATE T. W. JOEL, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 2nd April 1921.

JOHNSON. Norton Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE ARTHUR ALEXANDER JOHNSON, who fell at Roeux, April 28th 1917, aged 38 years. ‘Hope fadeth not’.

JOHNSON. Crookes Cemy.

Also of FRANK, their dearly beloved son who died in France on May 9th 1918 from wounds received in action, aged 18 years, ‘To us the loss, the emptiness and pain, but unto them all high eternal gain’.

JOHNSON. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of GEORGE HENRY, the beloved son of GEORGE HENRY & LUCY JOHNSON, who was killed in action May 25th 1915, aged 22 years.

JOHNSON. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

1856463 SAPPER J. JOHNSON, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 26th December 1920 age 23, ‘Gone but not forgotten’

JOHNSON. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of JOHN WILLIAM JOHNSON, son-in-law of the above, killed in action April 5th 1918, in his 28th year.

JOHNSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of PERCY JABEZ JOHNSON, their beloved son who was killed in action Oct 11th 1916, aged 21 years, ‘At Rest’.

JOHNSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also THOMAS, beloved son of the above 1/4th YORK & LANCASTER REGIMENT (HALLAMSHIRES), who was killed in action in Flanders, October 5th 1915, aged 18 years, ‘A loving son, a brother kind, a beautiful memory left behind’.

JOHNSON. Attercliffe Cemy.

Also of their beloved son TOM GRAY JOHNSON, who died in France Dec 22nd 1918 aged 27 years.

JOHNSTON. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE.. ALEX JOHNSTON, (SHEF’D. CITY BATTN. 1914), who died Nov. 4. 1918. aged 24 years.

JONES. City Road Cemy.

DUDLEY R. died of wounds received in action July 28th 1915, aged 19 years.

JONES. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

5216 PRIVATE T.H. JONES, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 26th October 1918 age 26, ‘Memory is the only friend that grief can call its own’.

JOWITT. City Road Cemy.

Also WILLIAM, R.N.D. reported missing May 25th 1918, aged 20 years.

JOWLE. Crookes Cemy.

Also of WALTER, son of the above lost in the Battle of Jutland 1916 aged 18 years, ‘Sadly missed’.

JOYNES. Burncross Cemy, CWGC.

21488 PRIVATE J. JOYNES, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 27th April 1917 age 41, ‘In remembrance from his wife, gone but not forgotten’.

JUBB. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

1175 SERGEANT H. JUBB ROYAL ENGINEERS, 9th November 1918 age 41 ‘Peace perfect peace’.

JUDSON. Burngreave Cemy.

In memory of PTE. GEORGE WILLIAM JUDSON, LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS who died at Gallipoli Nov 28th 1915, aged 37 years.

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KAY. Crookes Cemy.

Also in proud remembrance of SPR. CHARLES H. KAY, son of the above killed in action in France Sept 3rd 1916 in his 23rd year, ( Buried at Bouizincourt ) ‘Greater love hath no man than this’.

KAY. City Road Cemy.

Also in loving memory of PTE. FRED KAY, son of the above ARTHUR KAY, died of wounds in France Aug 2nd 1916, aged 18 years.

KAY. City Road Cemy.

42437 PRIVATE T KAY, LEICESTERSHIRE REGIMENT, 22nd April 1920 age 20.

KAY. Christ Church, Fulwood.

In loving memory of WILLIAM ASHWORTH (SIGNALLER Y & L) dearly loved son of W.G. and A.E. KAY, who fell in the Great European War Aug 7th in his 21st year and buried near the village of Vimy.

KAYE. City Road Cemy.

Also of SAMSON, the dearly beloved son of the above presumed killed at Ypres 1918, aged 39 years.

KEEN. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

127395 GUNNER W. KEEN, ROYAL GARRI8SON ARTILLERY, 26th June 1918 age 24. ‘He died for his country’.

KEETLEY. City Road Cemy.

Also of REG SERGT. MAJOR HAROLD KEETLEY, MC. (GREEN HOWARDS), the beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France May 14th 1917, aged 34 years.

KELLY. St Michael’s Rivelin, CWGC.

64444 CORPORAL J. KELLY, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS. 19th December 1919.

KELSALL. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of RFLM. M. KELSALL, 2nd K.R.R. their son who died from wounds in France, Nov 14th 1914, aged 33 years, ‘Ever in our thought’s’,

KELSALL. Tinsley Cemy, CWGC.

4578 PRIVATE W.H. KELSALL, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 23rd August 1918 age 44, ‘Till we meet again’.

KELSEY. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

205169 PRIVATE A.P. KELSEY, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 24th November 1917 age 22.

KENDALL. Woodhouse Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM KENDALL 9th LAN. FUS. Son of JOHN, and the above named MARY KENDALL, born Sept 3rd 1889, Killed in action Sept 4th 1917, interred at Elverdinghe, Ypres.

KENNY. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

249494 DRIVER J. KENNY, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 21st April 1918.

KENNY. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also of PRIVATE JOSEPH EDWARD KENNY, beloved son of the above who was killed at Salonika Oct 11th 1916 aged 28 years. ‘Loving memories cling’.

KENT. Crookes Cemy.

SGT. JOSEPH HECTOR KENT, ( YORK & LANCASTER REGIMENT ) the beloved husband of LILIAN KENT, who died of wounds received in action July 20th 1916 aged 32 years, ‘Deeply regretted’ ‘He did his duty, he answered the call, he nobly fell that is all’.

KENT. St Thomas Holywell Road, CWGC.

357549 PIONEER W. KENT, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 9th November 1918 age 25.

KENWARD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of ROBERT, (PRISONER OF WAR) beloved son of the above died November 9th 1921, aged 22 years.

KENWORTHY. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also in honoured memory of JESSE HAWORTH KENWORTHY, CORPORAL, third beloved son of the above JOSEPH and ANNE KENWORTHY, who enlisted in the 18TH BATTALION DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, Sep 4th 1914, and died of wounds received in action in France August 17th 1916 aged 25 years, his body being interred in Chocques Military Cemetery.

KENYON. Loxley United Reformed Churchyard.

SERGT. OLIVER KENYON, son of the above. Died in Basrah, 6th Oct 1918, aged 21 years.

KETTERICK. Ecclesall All Saints.

In loving memory of ROBERT KETTERICK, (K.R.R.) dearly loved husband of MABEL KETTERICK, died Oct 12th 1914, of wounds received in action aged 32 years, ‘Greater love hath no man’.

KEYWORTH. City Road Cemy.

Also JOSEPH, of the YORK & L’s, youngest son of the above wounded & missing in France June 12th 1917, aged 27 years.

KIMBERLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of SGT. ALBERT WILLIAM KIMBERLEY, who was killed in France May 25th 1916, aged 29 years.

KING. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. HARRY KING, the beloved son of THOMAS WATSON and CLARA KING, who was reported buried at Gheluvelt September 20th 1917, aged 20 years, ‘In the midst of life we are in Death’

KIRKHAM. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in loving memory of our dear brothers PTE. Wm. G. KIRKHAM & PTE. JOHN STANLEY, who fell in action July 1st 1916.

KNIGHT. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of LANCE CORPL. JOHN KNIGHT, 8th BATT. Y & L REGT, son of the above who died of wounds in France Oct 1st 1916, aged 33 years.

KUGI. City Road Cemy.

Perarduaa astra of your charity pray for the soul of our dear son and brother JOHN HENCTOR KUGI, 1st CLASS PILOT, ROYAL AIR FORCE, killed in action whilst flying May 28th 1918, at the age of 18 years. ‘May he rest in peace’.

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LAKE. City Road Cemy.

Also of PRIVATE JOHN WILLIAM LAKE, (EAST YORKS), the beloved son of the above JOHN & SARAH LAKE, who was killed in action in France March 29th 1918, aged 23 years.

LAMB. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. SHERARD LAMB, REG. No. 1870, who was killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 21 years.

LAMBERT. Birtin Cemetery Oughtibridge, CWGC.

159364 GUNNER J. LAMBERT, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 23rd January 1918.

LAMBERT. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of GUNNER J. LAMBERT, DCM. MM. son of the above killed Aug 7th 1916, aged 25 years, ‘Grant unto him O Lord, everlasting peace’.

LAMBERT. City Road Cemy.

Also PTE. JOHN WILLIAM LAMBERT, (AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY FORCES) their beloved son killed in action in France June 7th 1917, aged 29 years.

LARDER. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also FRANCIS E. LARDER R.F.A. aged 20, killed in action. Interred at Guise, France, March 21 1918.

LAW. Burngreave Cemy.

PHILIP, the beloved son of GEORGE and ELIZABETH LAW, who died July 11th 1917, at Peshawur, India, aged 22 years.

LAWLER. Burncross Cemy.

Also ERNEST, their beloved son who fell in action in the Dardanelles Augt 6th 1915, aged 22 years.

LAWSON. Underbank Chapel, Stopes Road.

Also PTE. HARRY LAWSON, their beloved son, killed in action at the Dardenelles, Aug 7th 1915, aged 191/2 years.

LAWSON. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

21732 PRIVATE J.W. LAWSON, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 27th February 1916 age 22.

LAYCOCK. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of JAMES, their beloved son who fell in action in France, April 29th 1918 aged 19 years.

LEACH. Crookes Cemy, CWGC. ( No image ).

22175 A.W. LEACH, PRIVATE YORK & LANCASTER REGIMENT, 12th October 1916.

LEATHER. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also of ALEC ATTWOOD, the beloved son of JOHN HENRY and the above named FLORENCE KATE LEATHER, who gave his life for his country, May 19th 1918, aged 23 years, ‘Expect with joy thy face to see’.

LEAVESLEY. City Road Cemy.

Also of SYDNEY, the youngest and dearly loved son of the above who was killed in action in France July 1st 1916, 12th Y & L REGIMENT, aged 21 years. ‘Death divides but memory clings’.

LEE. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

5359 PRIVATE A. LEE, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 19th June 1916.

LEE. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

4472 SERJEANT G. LEE, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 23rd April 1918 age 46. ‘Loved by all, never forgotten’.

LEE. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. GEORGE LEE, who died of wounds (received in action), Oct 10th 1915, aged 17 years, ‘He died for King and Country’.

LEE. Wadsley Parish Church.

Also of SAMUEL LEE, YORK & LANCS REGT, brother of the above MARY CAMPBELL, who departed this life at Salisbury Plain, April 19th 1916, age 35 years. Also of WILLIAM ALEXANDER LEE, Y & L. brother of the above who was killed in action in the Dardanelles, December 8th 1915, aged 36 years. ‘Duty and honour called’.

LEE. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. WALTER LEE, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS No. 18320, the beloved husband of NELLIE LEE, who was killed in France Sept 19th 1916, aged 26 years. ‘To memory ever dear’.

LEE. Norton Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM HENRY LEE, K.O.Y.L.I. beloved & eldest son of the above, who died June 14th 1918, after 3 years & 9 months active service in France, aged 25 years, ‘At Rest’.

LEEK. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

76095 CORPORAL W. LEEK, MANCHESTER REGIMENT, 18th November 1919 age 32, ‘Not gone from memory, not gone from love, but gone to the home above’.

LEES. Wadsley Parish Church.

Also in memory of THOMAS LEES, son of the above who was killed in action July 1st 1916 aged 26 years, ‘Not gone from memory, not gone from love, but gone to a fathers home above’.

LEIGH. Burngreave Cemy.

Also EDWIN S. LEIGH, son of the above killed at Ypres Sept 26th 1917, aged 22 years, ‘To live in loving hearts is not to die’. Reunited.

LEIGH. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. RICHARD LEIGH, 12th Y & L RGT, brother of ALICE NORTHALL, killed in action in France, July 1st 1916, in his 21st year.

LENSKY. Rivelin Jewish Cemetery, CWGC.

83689 PRIVATE M. LENSKY, LABOUR CORPS, 27th June 1918 aged 30. ‘Gone but not forgotten from his dear brothers and sister’,

LETTS. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of PRIVATE THOMAS FREDERICK LETTS, of the SOUTH WALES BORDERERS, and beloved son of the above who was reported missing in Salonika September 18th 1918, aged 28 years. ‘Duty nobly done’.

LEWIS. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

59497 PRIVATE E. LEWIS, S. STAFFORDSHIRE REGT, 19th November 1918 age 18. ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

LEWIS. Burncross Cemy.

Also PTE. TOM LEWIS, 12th Y & L REGT, the beloved son of the above, killed in action in France, July 1st 1916, aged 25 years, ‘At Rest’.

LIDDLE. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

63671 PRIVATE F. J. T. LIDDLE, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, 24th May 1919.

LIDSTER. Intake New Cemy.

Also of PTE EDGAR, the beloved husband of EMMA LIDSTER, who was killed in action in France, Sept 27th 1915 aged 30 years.

LIMBERT. St Nicholas, Bradfield. (On Cousins family headstone).

Also in memory of JOHN ALBERT LIMBERT, killed in action October 14th 1917, and is buried in Dozinghem British Cemetery.

LINDLEY. Darnall Cemy.

In proud and loving memory of CHARLES TAYLOR LINDLEY, MACHINE GUNNER, only beloved son of the above killed in action in Belgium, April 11th 1918 aged 25 years, ‘One of the best’.

LINDLEY. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Affectionate rememberance of JOHN, the dearly loved son of HENRY and ANN LINDLEY, who died of wounds received in Egypt Sept 20th 1918, aged 26 years, and was buried at Wilhelma nr Jaffa. ‘To memory dear’.

LINDLEY. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of TOM, the beloved husband of ELLEN LINDLEY, and son of the above of the 2nd BATT. K.O.Y.L.I. who was killed in action at Hill 60 on April 24th 1915, aged 24 years, and was interred in France.

LINDOP. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

20093 CORPORAL A. LINDOP, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 14th March 1915 age 22, ‘Faithful unto Death’.

LINTON. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of SERGEANT BENJAMIN, the beloved husband of JESSIE LINTON, who died of wounds received in action April 13th 1917, aged 29 years, interred Mory Abbey, France, ‘A duty well done’.

LISTER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in memory of BMDR. GEORGE LISTER, who was killed in action in France Sept 30th 1915, aged 27 years, interred at Zillebeke, Belgium.

LITTLEHALES. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

312089 PRIVATE B. LITTLEHALES, TANK CORPS, 2nd November 1918.

LITTLEWOOD. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

4460 PRIVATE T. H. LITTLEWOOD, LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS, 13th March 1916.

LIVERSIDGE. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. EDMUND CHARLES LIVERSIDGE, youngest son of the above who was killed in action at Thiepval July 7th 1916, aged 23 years and 11 months. R.I.P.

LOATES. Norton Cemy.

Also in loving remembrance of our dear son PTE. ARTHUR LOATES, killed in action Oct 22 1916, Nr Albert, France, aged 19 years.

LOMAS. City Road Cemy.

Also of L. C. THOMAS LOMAS, E.Y. their beloved son killed in action in France Feby 22nd 1916, aged 29 years.

LOMAX. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

5956 PRIVATE F. C. LOMAX, K.O. SCOTTISH BORDERERS, 28th December 1916 age 39.

LONGDEN. Christ Church, Fulwood, CWGC.

MAJOR E.W. LONGDEN, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 21st August 1918 age 46. ‘Who stands if freedom fall? Who dies if England live?’

LOWE. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

796050 BOMBADIER A. W. LOWE, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 30th April 1919 age 29.

LOWE. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also two of their sons, ARTHUR, fell in France June 29th 1917 aged 32 years, and WALTER, died of wounds in France August 25th 1918 aged 27 years.

LOWE. Crookes Cemy.

Also of SAPPER SAM LOWE, nephew of the above who was killed in action at the Dardenelles aged 20 years, ‘Faithful unto Death’.

LOXLEY. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. EDWIN LOXLEY, the beloved son of the above who died of wounds received in action Aug 26th 1918, aged 40 years.

LUNN. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of PTE. WILLIAM HENRY LUNN, 9th Y&L, their beloved son who died of wounds received in action at Ypres, Sep 17th 1917, aged 27 years, ‘Duty nobly done’.

LYGO. Ecclesall All Saints.

LIEUT. FREDERICK ARTHUR LYGO, R.A.F. the beloved son of ARTHUR and ANNIE LYGO, who died through the result of an Aeroplane accident, August 25th 1918, aged 20 years, ‘In the midst of life we are in death’.

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MACDONALD. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of PTE. JAMES MACDONALD, 8/10 G.H. REGT, son of the above who died of wounds received in action Sept 10th 1916, aged 27 years, and was interred at Heilly Cemetery France.

MAC RAE. Darnall Cemy, CWGC.

16169 PRIVATE J. MAC RAE, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 25th November 1918.

MALLINSON. Stannington Weslyan Churchyard.

Also FRANK, second son of the above died of wounds Sept 11 1916, age 25, buried at Albert, also JAMES, third son of the above killed in action Sept 15 1917, age 23, buried at Aix Noulette, ‘Their name liveth for evermore’.

MALLINSON. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

In loving memory of PT. FRED MALLINSON 2nd WEST YORKS, the beloved son of WILLIAM and MARY MALLINSON, who was killed in action in France June 20th 1917, aged 29 years, and was interred at Vlamertinghe, Nr Ypres.

MALLINSON. Stannington Weslyan Churchyard.

Also FRANK, second son of the above died of wounds Sept 11 1916, age 25, buried at Albert, also JAMES, third son of the above killed in action Sept 15 1917, age 23, buried at Aix Noulette, ‘Their name liveth for evermore’.

MALONE. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

R/314 RIFLEMAN J. MALONE, KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS, 4th July 1918, age 25. ‘Cherished memories’.

MANDLEY. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

18395 PRIVATE A. MANDLEY, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 21st June 1918, age 39.

MANGAN. St Michael’s Rivelin.

410098 Private M. MANGAN, ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS, 25th June 1920.

MANN. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

G/95112 PRIVATE G. MANN, 4th BN. LONDON REGT. R. FUS. 5th November 1918 age 29.

MANN. Norton Cemy.

JOSEPH, the beloved son of JOHN H. & LIZZIE MANN, who died June 13th 1915 aged 22 years, ‘He nobly answered duty’s call, his life he gave for one and all’.

MANSELL. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

32836 PRIVATE T. E. MANSELL, ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS, 24th August 1916, age 19.

MAPPIN. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of SERGT. WALTER MAPPIN, 9th BATT. Y&L, son of the above killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 42 years, and was interred in France. ‘In a hero’s grave he lies’.

MARKALL. City Road Cemy.

Also CHARLES, beloved son killed in action France March 1918, aged 19.

MARPLES. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. WILLIAM ARTHUR, the beloved husband of GERTRUDE MARPLES, who was killed in France August 10th 1916, aged 31 years.

MARRIOTT. Norton Cemy.

Also of Harry, son of the above GEORGE & SELINA MARRIOTT, killed in action July 20th 1918 aged 24 years, ‘I’ll trust Him when lifes fleeting days shall end’.

MARSDEN. City Road Cemy.

Also of L/CPL HAROLD MARSDEN, 2nd YORK & LANCS, son of the above who died of wounds received in action at Rouen Hospital Oct 26th 1918, aged 20 years.

MARSDEN. City Road Cemy.

Also HENRY MELTON MARSDEN, AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCES, killed at Hangard France 12th April 1918, aged 33 years.

MARSDEN. City Road Cemy.

Also of S. MARSDEN, son of the above killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 25 years.

MARSH. St Marys Bolsterstone, CWGC.

16518 PRIVATE F. MARSH, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 3rd February 1917, age 34, son of the late Stephen and Ann Elizabeth Marsh of Hunshelf Bank.

MARSH. Tinsley Park Cemy. CWGC.

TR5/223339 PRIVATE L. L. MARSH, KING’S OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 29th January 1919.

MARSHALL. St Mary’s Walkley.

In loving memory of ALBERT, the beloved son of Charles H. & Mary A. Marshall, who fell in action May 11th 1917, Interred at Henin, France. Aged 20 years. ‘Greater love hath no man than this, he lay down his life for his friends’.

MARSHALL. Burngreave Cemy.

CHARLES MARSHALL. Headstone laid down onto face.

MARSHALL. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of CLAUDE WILLIAM, the dearly loved son of JAMES WILLIAM & SARAH ANN MARSHALL, who died Novr 9th 1918, aged 22 years, late SIGNALLER 1/4th YORK & LANCS REGT. wounded in battle of Somme July 7th 1916. ‘Duty nobly done’.

MARSHALL. Heeley Christ Church.

Also of CLIFFORD BEEVER, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France Nov. 4th 1918, aged 20 years, ‘Rest in peace.’

MARSHALL. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

3038566 PRIVATE E. MARSHALL, 12th RES BN. CANADIAN INF, 23rd September 1918 age 34. ‘Deeply regretted’.

MARSHALL. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of FREDERICK, the beloved son of JAMES C. and EMMA MARSHALL, who was killed at Arras, France, April 24th 1917, aged 24 years.

MARSHALL. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. FREDERICK MARSHALL, 143rd MACHINE GUN CORPS, died in France Oct. 4th 1917, aged 21 years, ‘Lest we forget’.

MARSHALL. Burncross Cemy.

Also PTE. TOM MARSHALL, 4th LEICESTERS, the beloved son of the above who fell in action in France, Octr 23rd 1918, aged 24 years.

MARTIN. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of JOHN MARTIN, the beloved husband of the above killed in action Aug 24th 1918, aged 28.

MARTIN. Attercliffe Cemy.

In loving memory of SIDNEY, R.G.A. dearly loved son of CHARLES BERNARD and HANNAH MARTIN, killed in France Nov 21st 1917 aged 33 years, ‘Faithful unto death, I will give thee a crown of life ‘.

MARTIN. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also SERGEANT TOM P. MARTIN, son of the above, 1st HERTFORDSHIRE REGIMENT, killed in action August 24th 1918, aged 27 years, ‘Until the day break’.

MASDIN. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of CPL. SIDNEY MASDIN, SIGNALLER 25th BATTN. NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS, the dearly beloved son of BENJAMIN and EDITH ELLEN MASDIN, killed in action in France, March 22nd 1918, aged 20 years, also PTE. HAROLD MASDIN, 13th DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, their dearly beloved son and beloved husband of ELIZA MASDIN, killed in action in France, Oct 5th 1918, aged 27 years.

MASON. Heely Christ Church.

Also JOHN A. their dearly loved son, who died for his country in the Jutland Battle. May 31st 1916, aged 27 years, ‘A brave life given for others, he died for freedom & honour’.

MASON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also JOHN WILLIAM MASON, son of the above, killed in action Sept 30th 1915, aged 35 years, ‘Thy will be done’.

MASSEY. City Road Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM A. beloved husband of LILY MASSEY, son in law of above killed in action April 10th 1917, aged 27.

MASTIN. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of FRANK, the dearly loved son of ESTHER and the late ARTHUR MASTIN, LIEUT. 1st GARRISON BATTALION SHERWOOD FORESTERS, ATTACHED 1/4th NORTHANTS REGIMENT, killed in action at Gaza, November 2nd 1917, aged 21 years, buried in Tortoise Hill Military Graves, Gaza, Palestine.

MATHER. City Road Cemy.

Also PTE. JOE MATHER, grandson of the above killed in action in France Dec 9th 1917, aged 21 years.

MATTHEWMAN. Burngreave Cemy.

Headstone laid flat on face.

MAXFIELD. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of CHARLES HENRY, the beloved husband of BERTHA MAXFIELD, 1st BATTALION K.R.R. who was killed in action during the European war, at the Battle of Aisne, France, on Sept 23rd 1914, aged 32 years.

MAY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. FRANK MAY, son of the above, killed in action Aug 14th 1917, aged 28 years.

MAY. City Road Cemy.

Also PIONEER GEORGE ALBERT MAY, the beloved son of CHARLES and ROSE HANNAH MAY, who was killed in action in France June 27th 1916, aged 24 years.

Mc CARTHY. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

T4/126644 PRIVATE M. MC CARTHY, ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS, 9th February 1916 age 57, ‘R.I.P’.

Mc CULLAGH. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

13604 SERJEANT M. MC CULLAGH, ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS, 11th December 1916.

Mc INTOSH. Burngreave Cemy.

WILLIAM, who died on active service 1915.

Mc KEARS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in loving memory of HENRY NEWMAN, dearly loved husband of NELLIE C. Mc KEARS, and son-in-law of the above, killed in action in Belgium Oct 9th 1917, aged 37 years, ‘Peace, perfect peace’.

MEAKIN. Burncross Cemy.

Loving memory of PRIVATE G.B. MEAKIN, K.O.Y.L.I. the dearly beloved son of, (rest of headstone missing).

MELBOURNE. Darnall Cemy.

Also in memory of GEORGE MELBOURNE, R.F.A. beloved son of the above killed in action August 1st 1917, aged 33 years, ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

MELLOR. Burncross Cemy.

Also of LIUET. DOUGLAS JOHN THOMPSON MELLOR, R.A.F. younger son of the afore said, who was killed in action between Cambrai and St Quentin Septr 7th 1918, aged 19 years, ‘He counted not his life dear unto himself ‘.

MELSON. City Road Cemy.

Also PTE. R MELSON, C.G, son of the above who fell in action Feby, 7th 1915, aged 21 years. Also LC CL JOHN R. MELSON, C.G. son of the above who died from wounds Augt 5th 1915, aged 26 years.

MEMMOTT. Norton Cemy.

Also SAPPER FRANK MEMMOTT, R.E. the dearly loved son of the above who was killed at the Dardanelles on May 5th 1915 aged 21 years, ‘He bravely answered duty’s call’,

MERRELL. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of EDWARD, the beloved son of JOHN & MARY ELIZA MERRELL, who was killed in France Mar 21st 1918, aged 34 years.

MERRELL. Tinsley Park Cemy.

JOHN, the beloved son of JOHN and MARY MERRELL, who was killed in action at the Dardanelles August 7th 1915, in his 29th year. ‘He nobly answered duty’s call, and laid down his life for one and all’.

METHLEY. City Road Cemy.

Also of L/C. ERNEST METHLEY, WEST YORKS, their beloved son who was killed in France Jan 17th 1917, aged 20 years.

METTAM. City Road Cemy.

Also of L/C CORPORAL WALTER METTAM, the beloved son of the above who was reported killed in action in France May 24th 1915, aged 20 years.

MICHIE. Norton Cemy.

Also PTE. FRANK MICHIE, Y & L, beloved son of the above killed in action in Belgium July 23rd 1917, aged 19 years.

MIDDLETON. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

232581 GUNNER H. W. MIDDLETON, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 3rd November 1918.

MILES. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of HENRY MILES, husband of the above who was killed in France Aug 16th 1917, aged 30 years, ‘A beautiful memory left behind’.

MILLIN. Intake New Cemy.

‘widow of CAPT. E.J. MILLIN, killed in action 1st July 1916.

MILLS. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of ALFRED MILLS PTE, killed in the great war.

MILLS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of STAFF SERGEANT FRED MILLS, R.F.A. the beloved husband of NELLIE MILLS, and son of the above, who was killed in action at Vimy Ridge, France, May 1st 1917, aged 30 years, ‘He bravely answered duty’s call, rest in peace’.

MILLS. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

19883 PRIVATE H. MILLS, EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 16th June 1918.

MILLS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of their eldest son CORP. JAMES WILLIAM MILLS, W.R.R.E. who died at Melville, France, April 26th 1915, aged 29 years.

MIRFIN. Ecclesall All Saints, CWGC.

SECOND LIEUTENANT J. COLIN MIRFIN, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 17th August 1917 age 23.

MOBLEY. City Road Cemy.

Also FRED MOBLEY, dearly loved son killed in action Sept 30th 1918, aged 19 years and 10 months. ‘So sadly missed till we meet again’.

MOFFATT. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

16133 PRIVATE G. W. MOFFATT, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 19th January 1918, age 23. ‘Gone from our home but not our hearts’.

MOFFITT. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of PRIVATE ANTHONY MOFFITT, 2nd BORDER REGIMENT, who died in Reading War Hospital from wounds received at Festubert in the European War, Oct 14th 1915, aged 43 years.

MOORE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also ERNEST MOORE, R.A.F. who died July 15th 1918, aged 19 years, also SIGNALLER CHARLES MOORE, killed in action Oct 13th 1918, in his 28th year, was interred at York cemetery.

MOORE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also HUGH, fell in France October 1st 1917, aged 26 years.

MOORE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also WILLIAM, their beloved son who was killed in France, July 16th 1916, aged 33 years.

MORLEY. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

3/790 PRIVATE A. L. MORLEY, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 17th June 1915 age 25. ‘We loved him in life as we love him in death’.

MORLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

In proud remembrance of LIEUT. GORDON HARPUR MORLEY, son of LANCELOT A. & LOLA MORLEY, killed in action in Belgium December 30th 1917.

MORRELL. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of BERNARD LESLIE, their beloved son killed in action in France July 14th 1918. ‘Until the day dawn’.

MORRISSEY. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

564 CORPORAL T.J. MORRISSEY, THE RIFLE BRIGADE, 18th December 1915.

MORTON. City Road Cemy.

JOHN HERBERT, the beloved son of HERBERT & ADA MORTON, who was killed in action May 9th 1918, in his 19th year, and interred at Perne British Soldiers Cemetery (France). ‘Missed by those who loved him best, grant him O Lord eternal rest’.

MOTT. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

5727 PRIVATE J. S. MOTT, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 19th March 1917 age 40. ‘Rest in peace’.

MUDDIMAN. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. REGINALD MUDDIMAN, 9TthK.O.Y.L.I. the dearly loved elder son of the above who was killed in action in France Oct 24th 1918, aged 22 years.

MUNRO. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PRIVATE JAMES BINGLEY MUNRO, (12th YORK and LANCS) beloved son of the above, who died in France July 6th 1916, from wounds received in action. Aged 29 years.

MURR. Burngreave Cemy.

in loving memory of 11573 L. CPL. WILFRED MURR, COLDSTREAM GUARDS, the dearly loved and only son of FRED & HELENA A. MURR, died April 16th 1920, aged 30 years, ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

MURTON. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

124862 PRIVATE C.C. MURTON, MACHINE GUN CORPS ( INF ), 7th March 1919 age 26.

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NAYLOR. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

13020 PRIVATE A.E. NAYLOR, DORSETSHIRE REGIMENT, 20th August 1921 age 35, also in memory of Wm. Naylor interred May 18 1919.

NAYLOR. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

T/30406 DRIVER H NAYLOR, ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS, 9th July 1919.

NAYLOR. City Road Cemy.

Also of THOMAS, the beloved and only son of the above who was killed in action Sept 6th 1917, aged 20 years. ‘Until the day dawns and the shadows flee away’.

NEEDHAM. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of CPL. GEORGE DOUGLAS, D.L.I. son of the above, killed in action Sept 2nd 1915, aged 30 years.

NEEDHAM. City Road Cemy.

Also of GR. WALTER B. NEEDHAM, R.F.A, beloved husband of BEATRICE NEEDHAM, and beloved son of the above who died March 21st 1915, aged 39 years. ‘He died for his country’.

NEESHAM. City Road Cemy.

Also of HARRY, youngest son of the above who was killed on the Somme July 1st 1916, aged 24 years.

NEVILLE. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of GEORGE WILLIAM NEVILLE, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action June 26th 1916, aged 21 years. ‘I know that my redeemer liveth’.

NEWTON. Woodhouse Cemy.

In never fading memory of ARTHUR, the dearly loved husband of MARY NEWTON & beloved son of HARRY and WALLACE GRAY, who fell in France nobly doing his duty, Dec 2nd 1917 aged 24 years, ‘Loved in life, always remembered, a beautiful memory left behind’.

NEWTON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in remembrance of L/C. CLIFFORD NEWTON, son of the above killed in action October 20th 1918, aged 24 years.

NEWTON. Abbey Lane Cemy.

In ever loving memory of a devoted son, CLYDE OSWALD NEWTON, late GUNNER R.M.A. died November 9.1918, aged 31 years, ‘Love and remembrance live for ever’.

NEWTON. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of HENRY (HARRY), their beloved son killed in action Dec 4th 1917, aged 21 years.

NEWTON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also RAYMOND CROSSLAND NEWTON, killed in action in France, Augt. 23rd 1918, aged 19 years.

NEWTON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of GNR. REUBEN NEWTON, R.H.A. the beloved husband of NELLIE NEWTON, and youngest son of the above killed in action in France, Sep 2nd 1917, aged 39 years, ‘At rest’

NICHOLS. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. BERNARD NICHOLS, 2nd BATT. Y & L REGT.

The devoted husband of EVA NICHOLS, who died from wounds received in action at La Sars, died Dec 6th 1916 aged 21 years, ‘Forget him is a vain endeavour, loved remembrance lasts for ever, loved by all’.

NICHOLS. Christ Church, Fulwood.

In loving memory of FRANK NICHOLS 12th YORK & LANCS, killed in action France, July 1st 1916, age 23, also of CHARLES NICHOLS 2nd LIEUT. TANK CORPS, died Nov 9th 1917, age 28.

NICHOLLS. Abbey Lane Cemy.

In loving memory of 2nd LIEUT. ERNEST NICHOLLS, R.A.F. the beloved son of ALBERT & SARAH A. NICHOLLS, who died form injuries received whilst flying March 10. 1918, aged 23 years, ‘Time cannot dim the memory of one we loved, ever in our thoughts’.

NICHOLLS. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. HARRY NICHOLLS, grandson of the above who was killed in action at Ypres August 16th 1917, aged 20 years.

NICHOLSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also JOSEPH THOMPSON son of above who fell in action June 7th 1917, aged 21 years.

NIXON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. HAROLD NIXON, dearly loved Grandson of the above who was killed in action in France, August 23rd 1918, aged 19 years.

NOCK. Burngreave Cemy.

Also FREDERICK JOHN, third son of the above SEC. LIEUT K.O.Y.L.I, who died of wounds received in action June 3rd 1917, and was buried at Boisleux – Au – Mont, France. Aged 24 years. ‘Duty well done’.

NOLAN. Crookes Cemy.

Also of BERNARD, Sec. Lieut Y & L, son of the above killed at Lagincourt, France March 21st 1918 aged 30 years.

NOON. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

19002 SERJEANT J. E. NOON, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 27th March 1919 age 37.

NORTCLIFF. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of PT. WALTER NORTCLIFF, K.O.Y.L.I. the beloved son of HARRY & ELIZABETH NORTCLIFF, who died April 1st 1920, aged 22 years, also of their son PT. ALBERT NORTCLIFF, R.A.M.C. beloved husband of ALICE NORTCLIFF, who died Decr 14th 1924 aged 32 years. ‘Not goodbye but goodnight we all shall meet in the morning light’.

NORTH. St John’s, Chapeltown.

HERBERT NORTH, MM. son of the above who was killed in France March 21st 1918, aged 29 years.

NORTH. Handsworth New Cemy, CWGC.

29630 PRIVATE S.T.NORTH, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I.. 15th November 1918 age 21, ‘A silent thought brings many a tear, of one we miss and loved so dear’.

NORTON. Norton Cemy.

Also in memory of PTE. HAROLD NORTON, MGC. died from wounds in France April 14th 1918, aged 19 ½ years, ‘ He loved honour more then he feared death’, ‘ Like a Dove gentle, Like a Lion bold’.

NUGENT. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

357456 PRIVATE P. NUGENT, 10th BN. KINGS REGIMENT (LIVERPOOL SCOTTISH), 18th August 1919, age 34.

NUTTON. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

M/287329 PRIVATE G H NUTTON, ARMY SERVICE CORPS, 27th October 1918.

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O’ DONAGHUE. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

26619 PRIVATE J. O’DONAGHUE, ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS, 1st December 1916 age 18.

O’ HAGAN. Burngreave Cemy.

Also JAMES, son of the above killed in action April 11th 1917, ‘On whose soul sweet Jesus have mercy’.

OAKES. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of 2nd LIEUT. SAMUEL OAKES, R.E. the dearly loved and loving son of FRANK WILLIAM and MARY OAKES, grandson of the late SAMUEL OAKES, who was killed in action in France May 6th 1917, aged 21 years. ‘Crowned with love’s crown of immortality’.

0GDEN. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

99795 DRIVER W. OGDEN, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 15th February 1919 age 21.

OLDALE. Norton Cemy.

In loving memory of HAROLD (Birdie), the beloved son of CHARLES & SARAH ANN OLDALE, died Dec3, 1918, aged 21, interred at Busigny Cemetery, France, ‘The fairest flowers are the first to fade’.

OLDMAN. Intake New Cemy, CWGC.

284213 GUNNER C. OLDMAN, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 2nd December 1918 age 34.

OLIVER. St Mary’s Walkley.

PTE. JOSEPH OLIVER, MM, 10th WEST YORKS, second son of ROBT. WILFRED & MARY J. OLIVER, Born Jan 24th 1893, wounded at Fricourt July 1st, died July 16th 1916, also in loving memory of PTE. THOS WILFRED OLIVER, 12th YORK & LANCS (City Batt) eldest son of the above ROBT. WILFRED & MARY J. OLIVER, Born March 31st 1889, killed in action July 26th 1916, interred in the Rue De Bacouerot Military Cemetery Laventie.’Greater love hath no man, than he paid the supreme sacrifice’.

ORANGE. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of SEGT. ERNEST WILLIAM ORANGE, 1st N.F. the beloved son of FREDERICK and ELLEN ORANGE, and beloved husband of MARY JANE ORANGE, who died of wounds in France June 16th 1918, aged 29 years. He earned a MM. ‘What is to be will be, he lies in a Hero’s grave’.

OSBORN.

Bernard, see William Stewart Stanley.

OTTER. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

9252 PRIVATE J.H. OTTER, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 16th August 1920.

OWEN. City Road Cemy.

Also HERBERT, son of the above killed in action in France Sept 16th 1916, aged 39 years.

OWEN. Norton Cemy.

Also the son of the above JAMES OWEN, aged 25 years, killed in France 1917.

OXLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also SERGT. F.S. OXLEY, their beloved son who was killed in France Sept 7th 1917, aged 36 years, ‘Somewhere in France is a Soldiers grave, where our dear son is amongst the brave’.

OXSPRING. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also of their son STANLEY who fell in the Great War Nov 2nd 1918 aged 28 years, and was interred at Le Treport, France.

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PACK. Intake New Cemy.

In loving memory of PERCY, the beloved son of JAMES & ANN PACK, who fell in action in Belgium Oct 9th 1917 in his 28th year.

PALFREYMAN. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also SAMUEL, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France May 8th 1915, aged 20 years. Duty nobly done.

PALMER. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. GEORGE PALMER MM. the dearly loved son of the above died of wounds in France September 21st 1918, aged 19 years. Also of PTE. ARTHUR E STERLAND, uncle of PTE GEORGE PALMER M.M, killed in action in France September 26th 1916, aged 24 years.

PAKES. Norton Cemy.

Also L/CPL. WILLIAM H. PAKES, son of the above & beloved husband of MENA PAKES, who died from wounds at Netly Hospital, Sep 14 1916, aged 29 years.

PALLISTER. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

3/7445 COL SERJT. E. PALLISTER, EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 20th July 1917 age 60.

PARFITT. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

SECOND LIEUTENANT B.N. PARFITT, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 17th November 1918 age 23.

PARFITT. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

SECOND LIEUTENANT F.A. PARFITT, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 13th September 1918 age 21.

PARK. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of STOKER GEORGE PARK, the beloved son of FANNY PARK who was killed on H.M.S. BULWARK Nov 26th 1914, aged 21 years, also of THOMAS PARK, MG, 2nd/4th Y & L RGT, beloved son of the above who was killed in action at Hague, France Aug 7th 1915, aged 24 years.

PARKER. St Michael’s Rivelin. CWGC.

9109 G. PARKER, YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 15th February 1916 age 50. on whose soul sweet Jesus have mercy.

PARKER. City Road Cemy. CWGC

30245 L. CPL G H PARKER, ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS, 23rd February 1919 age 26.

PARKER. City Road Cemy.

Also of LC CORPL JOHN PARKER, K.R.R, who was killed in action Sept 3rd 1916, aged 27 years.

PARKER. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

21359 LANCE CPL. L. PARKER, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 17th January 1919 age 23.

PARKER. Norton Cemy.

Also of PTE TOM BARCLAY PARKER, 6TH BATT K.O.Y.L.I. who fell in action outside Bapaume Sept 16th 1916 in his 20th year.

PARKIN. City Road Cemy.

Also of GNR RODERICK PARKIN, son of the above who died Nov 30th 1918, aged 24 years.

PARSONS. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of WILLIAM EDWARD, PTE Y & L REG, the dearly beloved son of CLARA EMILY PARSONS, who was killed in action in France July 1st 1916, aged 21 years. ‘There on the field of battle, he bravely took his place, he fought and died for Britain, and the honour of his race. For ever with the lord’.

PASHBY. City Road Cemy.

In loving remembrance of FREDERICK PASHBY, the beloved son of JOSEPH & ELIZABETH PASHBY, who died of wounds received in action in Mesopotamia Jan 21st 1917, aged 30 years. ‘He gave his life for others’.

PASHLEY. Crookes Cemy.

Also PTE ALBERT PASHLEY R.A.M.C. the dear & only son of the above, missing on the Somme July 10th 1916 aged 21 years, In Gods keeping.

PATTISON. Burngreave Cemy.

DM2/ 168373 PRIVATE J.H. PATTISON, ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS, 28th November 1918 .

PEARCE. Burncross Cemy.

Also PTE ARTHUR PEARCE, 9TH YORK & L. REGT, the beloved son of the above killed in action in France, July 1st 1916, aged 25 years.

PEARCE. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Rupert Victor, see Thomas Garner Walker.

PEARSON. Woodhouse Cemy.

CHARLES PEARSON, late SARGT COLDSTREAM GUARDS, the beloved husband of FLORENCE PEARSON, who died Feb 4th 1919, aged 24 years, “ Until the day dawns “.

PEARSON ? Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also JOHN, son of the above named of the 6th BATTALION YORK & LANC REGIMENT, who died October 31st 1919 aged 23 years, Just when there days was brightest, Just when there days were best, They were called from this land of sorrow, To a home of eternal rest, For ever in our thoughts.

PECK. Abbey Lane Cemy.

Also of HAROLD E. PECK, BDR, R.F.A., son of the above, who died of wounds, Arras, April 27th 1917, aged 23 years.

PEDLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of THOMAS HENRY, the beloved son of SAMUEL and MARY ANN PEDLEY, who was killed in France August 11th 1918, in his 21st year, Gone but not forgotten.

PEPPER. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also of PTE J.R.PEPPER, (JIM), son of above, killed in action in France Oct 19th 1917, aged 20 years.

PERCIVAL. Woodhouse Cemy, CWGC.

18371 PRIVATE A. PERCIVAL, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 23rd July 1916.

PERKINS. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also AMOS PERKINS, killed in action Sept 13th 1917, aged 28 years, (Interred in Belgium).

PERKINS. Darnall Cemy.

Also EDMOND, beloved son of EDMOND & ANNIE PERKINS, and Grandson of the above killed in action April 25th 1918, aged 25 years.

PERRY. City Road Cemy.

Also of GEORGE THOMAS, son of the above killed in action Feb 20th 1915, aged 18 years. ‘In Gods keeping’.

PERRY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also RIFLEMAN HORACE S. PERRY, QUEEN VICTORIA RIFLES, son of the above, killed in action in France, April 27th 1915, aged 33 years.

PETERS. Crookes Cemy.

In affectionate remembrance of FRED PETERS, died March 2nd 1919 aged 28 years.

PETERS. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

TR5/86876 PRIVATE W. PETERS, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 30th May 1917 age 18.

PHILLIPS. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of LIEUT. STANLEY CROSS PHILLIPS, of the YORK and LANCASTER REGIMENT, brother of the above, who was killed in action near Thiepval, on September 15th 1916, and was buried in Authuille Military Cemetery, France, aged 26 years.

PHILLIPS. City Road Cemy.

Also of TOM PHILLIPS, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action Sept 16th 1915, aged 32 years.

PICKARD. Intake New Cemy.

Also of PTE. ERNEST PICKARD, 2/4th Y & L REGT, the dearly beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France, July 18th 1918, aged 35 years.

PIGGOTT. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. HENRY PIGGOTT 1/4th YORK & LANCS REGT, their beloved son who died while a prisoner of war October 23rd 1918, aged 25 years, ‘Waiting and watching for the one that never returns’.

PIKE. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of SIG. ERNEST PIKE, RN. their beloved son who was drowned during a storm Dec 30th 1915 from H.M.S. SNOWDROP (MINE SWEEPER), in his 20th year.

PINKETT. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of SAP’R. STEPHEN JAMES PINKETT, C.R.T. the beloved husband of ALICE MAUD PINKETT and son of HENRY & HANNAH PINKETT, who died May 21st 1918 aged 43 years, ‘True till death’.

PLANT. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of AUSTIN, their beloved son, killed in action in France 10th October 1917, aged 23 years.

PLAYLE. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also their beloved eldest son WILLIAM SPRINGFIELD, killed in action in France, March 1918 aged 19 years, ‘Rest in peace’.

PLEWS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of T.G. PLEWS, son of the above, killed in France May 3rd 1917, aged 43 years.

POND. Underbank Chapel, Stopes Road, CWGC.

H.G. POND, PETTY OFFICER RN. 201045 HMS “PENARTH”, 4th February 1919 age 35. ‘He saved others, himself he could not save’.

PORTER. Intake New Cemy.

Also of LANCE CORPORAL FRANK ANTHONY, son of the above, who fell in action doing his up-most with a Lewis gun, Oct 9th 1917 , in his 25th year, ‘Well done good and faithful servant’, buried at Passchendaele.

POUSTY. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

20332 PRIVATE W. POUSTY, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS, 28th October 1918 age 41.

POWELL. Abbey Lane Cemy.

Headstone collapsed, this is to – GEORGE WILLIAM POWELL, son of GEORGE & JOICE POWELL, killed in action in France, March 13 1917, in his 21st year, ‘A loving son, abrother kind, a beautiful memory left behind’.

POWELL. Crookes Cemy.

In loving memory of SAPPER J.H. POWELL R.E. who died November 4th 1918 aged 27 years.

PRESCOTT. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. J. W. PRESCOTT, YORK & LANCASTER REG, son and grandson of the above who was killed in France March 21st 1918, aged 25 years. ‘To forget is vain endeavour loves rememberance lives for ever’.

PRICE. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. FRED PRICE, their grandson who was killed in action in France Nov 13th 1916 aged 19 years, ‘He nobly answered duty’s call’.

PRICE. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. FREDERICK PRICE, ROYAL FUSILIERS, the beloved son of JESSE & KATE PRICE, who died August 4th 1917 from wounds received in action at Aachen, aged 19 years.

PRICE. Abbey Lane Cemy.

Also of THOMAS, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France July 8, 1916 aged 19 years, of the R.E.’s, also of WILLIAM, the beloved son of the above who died of wounds received in action in France Dec 1st 1917, aged 23 years, of the C.GD’s, ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

PRIDEAUX. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

146141 R.C. PRIDEAUX, ROYAL AIR FORCE, 26th December 1918 age 26.

PRIESTLEY. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also PTE. GEORGE PRIESTLEY, YORK & LANC REGT, grandson of the said HARRIETT & HENRY PRIESTLEY, killed in action, France April 28th 1918 aged 23. ‘At duty’s call’.

PRIESTLEY. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. HARRY PRIESTLEY, CITY BATTALION, who was killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 21 years and 6 months, ‘Whilst fighting for freedom, God called him home’.

PROSSER. City Road Cemy.

Also of DAVID HARRY, killed in action May 10th 1918.

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RADLEY. Burncross Cemy.

Also PERCY, beloved and only son of the above, who died in France from wounds received in action, Sept 3rd 1918, aged 25 years, ‘From the midst of battle to eternal rest’.

RATCLIFFE. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

4764 PRIVATE G. RATCLIFFE, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 17th September 1916 age 31, ‘At Rest’.

RAVEN. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

126329 3rd AIR MECH G. RAVEN, ROYAL AIR FORCE, 6th December 1918.

RAWLIN. City Raod Cemy.

Also of JOHN RAWLIN, killed in France May 1st 1918, aged 19 years.

RAWSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of the above named WALTER RAWSON, died of wounds in France June 1st 1918, aged 42 years.

RAY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. ALBERT RAY, M.G.C. the beloved son of GEORGE and CAROLINE RAY, who was killed in action in France Sept 26th 1917, in his 21st year, ‘In a land of strangers our dear son lies, not one of us near him to say goodbye, his heart was good his spirit brave, his resting place is a soldiers grave’.

RAYNES. Intake New Cemy.

In loving memory of our son CYRIL, of the YORKS & LANCS REG, killed in action in France March 11th 1916 in his 21st year.

RAYNOR. City Road Cemy.

21881 PRIVATE C.H. RAYNOR, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 30th April 1916.

REANEY. City Road Cemy.

Also of FRANK HERBERT, son of the above, killed in action in France Oct 9th 1917, aged 27 years.

REDFERN. City Road Cemy.

Also of J.W. REDFERN, killed in action in France July 15th 1917 aged 25 years.

REEVE. Crookes Cemy.

Also in memory of LANCE CPL. A. REEVE, beloved son of the above named, killed in France Sep 20th 1917 aged 21 years, ‘Till we meet again’.

REILLY. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also SERJT. JAMES REILLY, 9th YORKS REGT, died in the Great War July 5th 1916 aged 24 years.

REVETT. Underbank Chapel, Stopes Road.

Also MATHEW, son of the above who died of wounds in France Sept 13th 1916, aged 29 years.

REVILL. Norton Cemy.

In loving memory of CAPT. JOHN ALBERT REVILL, JP, CAN. INFTY attached R.F.C. who was killed in action in France, Nov 11th 1917, interred Saultey, France, aged 21 years & 10 months, the beloved son of JOHN JAMES and ELIZTH REVILL, and Grandson of the above, ‘For ever with the Lord’.

RHODES. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of GEORGE HERBERT , their beloved son killed in action 1st July 1916, aged 25 years.

RHODES. St Nicholas, Bradfield.

Also FRANK, their son who was killed in France September 2nd 1918, aged 18 years.

RHODES. Burngreave Cemy.

Also JOHN WILLIAM, beloved son of the above, who fell in action Nov 26th 1917 aged 23 years, ‘Too dearly loved to be forgotten’.

RHODES. Intake New Cemy.

Also RICHARD, a dear son killed in action , France 8th May 1915 aged 17 years, 1st BN. Y & L REGT.

RHODES. St Nicholas, Bradfield.

Also LANCE CORPORAL THOMAS WOOD RHODES, YORK and LANCS REG, only son of the above killed in action in France July 1st 1916, aged 23 years.

RHODES. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of CORPL. W.H. RHODES, who died in France Dec 11th 1915 aged 26 years.

RICHARDS. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

191883 PRIVATE W. RICHARDS, MACHINE GUN CORPS, 9th June 1920.

RICHARDSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also brother BERNARD, reported missing July 20th 1918, aged 20 years.

RICHARDSON. Wardsend Cemy.

Also of PRIVATE JOSEPH RICHARDSON, Grandson of the above who departed this life Sept 10th 1915 aged 24 years.

RIDGWAY. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

M/2073901 PRIVATE J.E. RIDGWAY, ARMY SERVICE CORPS, 26th November 1917.

RIPPON. Wardsend Cemy.

Also of Thomas, their son, killed in action at Berles in France Feb 2nd 1917 aged 28 years.

RITSON. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

28397 RIFLEMAN R. RITSON, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 10th August 1918 age 21, ‘He gave his life that we might live’.

ROBERTS. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of LT. CHARLES HENRY ROBERTS, R.A.F, their beloved son killed in action in France Augt 19th 1918, aged 26 years.

ROBERTS. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

8951 PRIVATE G. H. ROBERTS, E. KENT REGT. ( THE BUFFS ). 22nd May 1917.

ROBERTS. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of GEORGE HENRY, son of the above, who died of wounds in France July 17th 1916, aged 19, and was interred in the military cemetery, Athuille.

ROBERTS. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

110131 GUNNER H. ROBERTS TANK CORPS, 27th September 1918 age 30, ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

ROBERTS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also their son JOE, killed in action at St Julien April 23rd 1915, aged 18 years, TOM, killed in action Oct 9th 1917 aged 31 years.

ROBERTS. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of JOHN F. dearly loved husband of NELLIE ROBERTS, killed in action Nov 20th 1917, aged 30 years.

ROBERTS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. JOHN FURNISS ROBERTS, beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France Nov 20th 1917, aged 30 years, ‘He fought the good fight and ?????? the eternal crown’.

ROBINSON. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Loving memory of SERGT. CLIFFORD ROBINSON, 5th BATT. LINCS. REGT, the beloved son of WILLIAM and ELIZABETH ROBINSON, who died Jan 9th 1916, aged 19 years.

ROBINSON. Norton Cemy.

Also of ISAAC HENRY, FOURTH OFFICER, H.M.S. NATAL, the beloved son of ISAAC & MARY JANE ROBINSON, who was killed in action December 30th 1915, in his 21st year.

ROBINSON. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also their beloved son LEONARD, L/C Y & L REGT, killed in action in France July 20 th 1917 aged 23 years.

ROBINSON. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

S. ROBINSON, STOKER 1st CLASS, RN. K/18210 H.M.S. “ASSISTANCE “, 25th December 1917.

ROBINSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. SAMUEL ROBINSON, EAST KENT REGT, beloved & only son of SAMUEL & SUSAN ROBINSON, killed in action in France Sept 7th 1918, aged 20 years, ‘He died for England’.

ROBINSON. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also of THOMAS ROBINSON, H.L.I. the beloved son of JOHN & MINNIE ROBINSON, and grandson of the above, who was killed in action in France Aug. 19th 1917 aged 21 years. ‘He sleeps not in his native land, but beneath some foreign skies, far from them that loved him best, in a hero’s grave he lies’.

ROBINSON. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also to the memory of WILLIAM HENRY, the beloved husband of NELLIE ELIZABETH ROBINSON, and son in law of the above who fell in France March 21st 1918, aged 36 years. ‘Duty nobly done’.

RODGERS. Handsworth New Cemy, CWGC.

314920 PRIVATE CHARLIE RODGERS, 9th LANCERS, 16th October 1920 age 18.

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RODGERS. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of CAPTAIN JOHN RODGERS, MC. 2/4 (HALLAMSHIRE) Y & L REGT, T.F. eldest son of the above, killed in action at Vaulx Vraucourt, France, September 2nd 1918, aged 22 years.

RODGERS. Burngreave Cemy.

John Lakin, headstone laid down.

RODGERS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of the above named WILLIAM RODGERS, who died of wounds received in action in France, July 22nd 1917, aged 33 years, ‘He gave his life for his country’.

RODWELL.

Ernest, see Tom Crossland.

ROE. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

2232 BTY. SERJT. MAJOR JOHN GEORGE ROE, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 5th January 1916 age 41.

RONKSLEY. Crooks Cemy.

In loving memory of WILLAIM UYLETT, the beloved son of GEORGE & CHARLOTTE RONKSLEY, who died whilst serving in H.M. Forces July 7th 1918 aged 19 years, ‘Love never faileth ‘.

ROSE. St Mary’s Ecclesfield, CWGC.

17320 PRIVATE H. ROSE, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS, 17th November 1915, age 36.

ROSEBLADE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in loving memory of CORPL. ALFRED ROSEBLADE, of EAST YORKS REGT, the dearly beloved husband of PRISCILLA MAUD ROSEBLADE, and son of the above who was killed at Armentieres, Nov 3rd 1914, aged 30 years, ‘He died that we might live’.

ROWBOTHAM. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of PTE. HENRY ROWBOTHAM, 4th WEST YORKS, son of the above and beloved nephew of MR & MRS B. MORRELL, who died at west Hartlepool, July 4th 1916, aged 24 years. ‘At rest’.

ROWBOTHAM. City Road Cemy.

Also THOMAS ROWBOTHAM, beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France Sept 24th 1917, aged 25 years, ‘To memory ever dear’.

RUSHBY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also WILLIAM, eldest son of the above, who was killed in France September 15th 1916, aged 25 years, and is buried in the Guards Cemetery near Bapaume.

RUSLING. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also in memory of SAMUEL, beloved son of the above killed in action July 10th 1916, aged 30 years. ‘Rest in peace’.

RUSSELL. Burngreave Cemy.

Also WILLIAM, son of the above killed in action March 21st 1918, aged 36 years.

RUTHERFORD. Burngreave cemy. CWGC.

200424 C. QM. SERJT. W.F. RUTHERFORD, YORK & LANCASTER REGIMENT, 12th August 1918.

RUTHVEN. Burngreave Cemy,CWGC.

21199 PRIVATE T. RUTHVEN, BEDFORDSHIRE REGIMENT, 9th December 1918 age 33.

RUTTER. Burngreave Cemy.

John Edward, headstone laid flat.

RYALLS. Norton Cemy.

In loving memory of HARRY, the beloved son of MAURICE H. & MALVINA RYALLS, who died of wounds at Fazakerley, May 20 1915, aged 22 years, ‘Short and sudden was thy call, he nobly answered duty’s call, he gave his life for one and all, no mother’s care did him attend, Nor o’er him did a father bend, no brother or sister his last words to hear’. Also BERTRAM RYALLS, brother of the above killed in action at Ypres, May 8th 1915, aged 25 years.

RYAN. City Road Cemy.

Also of ALFRED, their beloved son who was killed in action in France Jan 8th 1918, aged 31 years, ‘At rest in peace’.

RYAN. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

H.V. RYAN, AUSTRALIAN AMMUNITION WORKER, 6th November 1918.

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SADDINGTON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM HENRY SADDINGTON, beloved son of the above who was killed in action May 3rd 1917, aged 20 years.

SAGE. Abbey Lane Cemy.

In loving memory of HENRY, beloved husband of SARAH ANN SAGE, who died in France April 10th 1917, aged 37 years.

SALKELD. Wadsley Parish Church, CWGC.

200654 PRIVATE F. SALKELD YORK & LANCASTER REGT 4th November 1918 age 35. ‘Life’s labour over, peace perfect peace’.

SANBY. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

4929 PRIVATE G. SANBY YORK & LANCASTER REGT 7th August 1916.

SANDERS. Burngreave Cemy.

CORP. JAMES ARCHIE SANDERS, COLDSTREAM GUARDS, killed in action in France July 21st 1917, aged 21` years, ‘While fighting for freedom, God called him home’.

SANDERS. Wadsley Parish Church, CWGC.

3/2649 PRIVATE M. SANDERS, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 4th April 1919.

SANDERS.

THOMAS OSBORNE, see Charles Robert Carter.

SANDERSON. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also FRANK, their son, killed in action Nov 27th 1917.

SANDERSON. Birtin Cemetery, Oughtibridge.

In loving memory of FRANK, the beloved son of FRED and ESTER SANDERSON, who fell in the Great European War, Sept 26th 1916 aged 19 years.

SANDERSON. City Road Cemy.

To the cherished memory of PTE. WALTER SANDERSON, 2/4th Y.L. the beloved son of WILLIAM & HARRIETT SANDERSON, who was killed in action at Bullecourt May 3rd 1917, aged 21 years, ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

SAUNDERS. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also in loving memory of the above named PTE ARTHUR SAUNDERS, 1/4TH Y&L (HALLAMSHIRES), killed in action in Flanders Oct 16th 1915, aged 35 years. ‘Duty nobly done’.

SCALLY. St Michaels Rivelin.

WILLIAM SCALLY ( killed in action 21st March 1918 ).

SCANLAN. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of JOHN EDWIN, the dearly loved son of EDWIN JAMES and EDITH SCANLAN, who was accidently shot by a souvenir of the Great War, Dec 12th 1919 aged 16 years, ‘Even at an hour when we know not, Our Heavenly Father calls his children home’.

SCHWEITZER. Ecclesfield Jewish Cemy.

In loving memory of PERCY, the beloved son of HARRIS & EVA SCHWEITZER, who died on active service Nov 26th 1918 aged 21 years, G.R.H.S.

SCHOFIELD. Darnall Cemy.

Also of ALBERT, the beloved son of the above FLORENCE SCHOFIELD, who was killed in action Oct 7th 1916, aged 25 years, ‘He died for his country’.

SCHOLEY. City Road Cemy.

In affectionate remembrance of EDWIN, 1/4th Y & L (HALLAMSHIRES) the dearly loved son of HENRY & SARAH HARRIET SCHOLEY, who died October 24th 1917, of wounds recived in action at Passchendaele Ridge, aged 26 years, Interred at Nine Elms Cemetery, Poperinghe.

SCOTT. St Mary,s Walkley’ CWGC.

ERNEST SWIFT served as 7674 PRIVATE E. SCOTT, THE CAMERONIANS ( SCO RIF ), 15th January 1916 age 36.

SEAGRAVE. Crookes Cemy.

Also of ALBERT, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action Sept 29th 1918 aged 21 years.

SEARLES. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

38992 PRIVATE J.W.SEARLES, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 24th October 1919.

SEEDHOUSE. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

M2/119138 CORPORAL J.T. SEEDHOUSE, ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS, 11th November 1918 age 47, ‘The Bells were pealing, the Bugle sounded when he answered the Heavenly call’.

SEFFERS. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of WILLIAM HENRY, the beloved husband of EDITH SEFFERS, who died March 13th 1932 from wounds received in the Great War, aged 52 years, “VICTORY”, ‘He had a nature you couldn’t help loving, and a heart that was purer than Gold, and to those who knew him & love him, his memory will never grow old’.

SENIOR. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also of ALFRED BERTRAM, their son, who died in France Nov 30th 1917, aged 24 years.

SENIOR. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also FRANK, son of the above died at Alexandria whilst on active service November 4th 1918, aged 28 years.

SENIOR. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PRIVATE FRANK HEYWOOD SENIOR, 12th (SHEFFIELD) YORK and LANCASTER REGIMENT, dearly loved youngest son of the above, who was killed in action in France, May 1st 1916, and interred in Sucrerie Military Cemetery, Colinchamps, near Albert, aged 28 years.

SENIOR. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

269148 PRIVATE J. SENIOR, DUKE OF WELLINGTONS REGT, 25th April 1920 age 31, ‘After much suffering patiently borne, at rest’.

SHADDOCK. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. HARROLD JAMES SHADDOCK, (50th BATT. AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCES), the beloved son of JAMES and SARAH ANN SHADDOCK, of Broken Hill, N.S.W. Australia, who died October 7th 1916, from wounds received in action in France, aged 25 years, ‘Greater love Hath no man than this, that he lay down his life for his friends’.

SHALE. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also RFMN. ARNOLD PERCY SHALE, K.R.R, beloved son of the above who fell in action in France April 4th 1917, aged 21 years. ‘Called from the battles din and from the field of strife, gone from this world of sin to peace and everlasting life’.

SHARMAN. City Road Cemy.

Also of their Grandson, CHARLES E. SHARMAN, R.F.C. who departed this life June 26th 1917 aged 26 years.

SHARMAN. Norton Cemy.

also of HENRY SHARMAN, son of the above named, killed in action at Arras, April 28th 1917, aged 35 years, ‘Thy are gone in peace’.

SHARPE. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also of JOHN EVELYN, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France aged 23 years.

SHARPE. Handsworth New Cemy, CWGC.

2010 PRIVATE T. SHARPE, ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS, 17th October 1915.

SHARPE. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

SECOND LIEUTENANT T.W. SHARPE, DCM, LABOUR CORPS, 5th July 1918.

SHAW. Norton Cemy.

Also PRIVATE ARTHUR C. SHAW, No. 18919 of the H.L.I. son of the above, died in hospital Jan 6th 1918 aged 34 years.

SHAW. Norton Cemy.

Also of EDWARD SHAW, Grandson of the above who was killed in action Sept 26th 1915, aged 19 years.

SHAW. City Road Cemy.

Also of GUNNER FRANK SHAW, 20392 R.F.A. 5th son of the above who died of wounds received in action in France, Oct 13th 1916, aged 21 years, also of LCE/CPL JOHN SHAW, 37706 WEST YORKS, 2nd son of the above reported missing Oct 9th 1917, aged 32 years.

SHAW. City Road Cemy.

Also of FRED SHAW, 8th K.O.Y.L.I. killed in action in France Sept 29th 1917, aged 31 years.

SHAW. St Nicholas, Bradfield.

Also of GEORGE, son of the above who died of wounds in France, December 12th 1917, aged 22 years.

SHAW. Burngreave Cemy.

Also JOSEPH PROUDFOOT SHAW, 4th C.M.R.R. their beloved son, killed in action in Belgium Feb 10th 1916, aged 22 years.

SHAW. Norton Cemy.

Also RIFLEMAN THOMAS SHAW of K.R.R. REG, beloved husband of MINNIE, and dear elder son of the above, aged 29 years, died from wounds in France July 9 1916, ‘He bravely answered duty’s call’.

SHELLEY. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

17964 GUARDSMAN A. SHELLEY, GRENADIER GUARDS, 18th June 1915 age 25.

SHEPHERD. Darnall Cemy.

Also of 2nd LIEUT. JOHN ARNOLD SHEPHERD, R.A.F. youngest son of the above who after the loss of his right foot in France, was accidentally killed whilst flying at Dover July 28th 1918, aged 23 years, and was interred in Burngreave Cemetery.

SHEPHERD. Burngreave Cemy.

To the memory of 2nd LIEUT JOHN ARNOLD SHEPHERD, beloved son of JAMES A. & JESSIE SHEPHERD, who after the loss of his right foot in France joined the R.A.F. was accidentally killed whilst flying from Dover July 28th 1918, aged 23 years. ‘At rest’.

SHEPPARD. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

9283 PRIVATE W. SHEPPARD, NOTTS & DERBY REGIMENT, 6th July 1921 age 40.

SHIPMAN. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of the above named PTE. W. T. SHIPMAN, who was killed in France Septr. 30th 1918, aged 32 years. ‘Never will their memory fade’.

SHIRLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

In affectionate memory of HUGH SHIRLEY, Y & L. who was killed in action in France, July 22nd 1916, aged 27 years.

SIDDALL. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also of the above named SERGT MAJOR JOSEPH SIDDALL, who died July 23rd 1915, aged 48 years. ‘Re-United, henceforth nothing can divide’.

SIDDALL. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of GNR. SAMUEL SIDDALL, R.F.A. grandson of the above who was killed in action in France Aug 22nd 1917, aged 21 years.

SIMMONITE. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. CHARLES SIMMONITE, 1050 12th Y & L REGT, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 20 years.

SIMMONITE. City Road Cemy.

Also of GEORGE SIMMONITE, killed in action in France July 22nd 1917, aged 22 years.

SIMMONITE. City Road Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France, May 3rd 1917, aged 23 years, ‘He died doing his duty’.

SIMPSON. Burngreave cemy.

In loving memory of SAPPER ARTHUR MARRIOTT SIMPSON, 1st FIELD COMP. R.E. 29th DIV. the beloved husband of GERTRUDE SIMPSON, who died February 12th 1917, aged 35 years, ‘His end was peace’.

SIMPSON. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of GUNNER HORACE SIMPSON, the dearly beloved son of WILLIAM & ELIZA ANN SIMPSON, who died of wounds at Boulogne, Nov 3rd 1914, aged 25 years, Dear Mother your heart was broken at our last farewell, we were both broken in body, but our saviour was with us, he healed our wounds and restored us together, In His mansion above.

SIMPSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in loving memory of PT. JOHN SIMPSON, 2nd MANCHESTERS, (late DUKE of WELLINGTONS) the beloved son of JOHN and ANNIE SIMPSON, and Grandson of the above who was killed in action in France November 4th 1918, in his 20th year and was interred at Ors, ‘He nobly answered duty’s call’.

SIMPSON. Heeley Christ Church.

Also of LAURENCE MOSS SIMPSON, who died for his country on August 22nd 1915, at the Dardanelles.

SIMPSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also L/C. STEPHEN SIMPSON, 10th BATT. K.R.R.C. wounded in action in France, August 29th 1916, and died in Glasgow, November 10th 1916, aged 21 years, ‘He nobly did his duty’.

SIMPSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of our dear son CPL. TOM G. SIMPSON, M.Gnr, 10th K.O.Y.L.I. beloved husband of ROSE A. SIMPSON, killed in action in France Sept 25th 1916, aged 20 years, ‘His duty nobly done’.

SISMAN. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of FRED, the beloved son of FREDERICK G. & LILY SISMAN, who was killed in action at Gallipolli August 12th 1915, aged 21 years, also of ALBERT, their beloved son who was killed in action in France, Nov 13th 1916, aged 21 years.

SISMAN. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of FRED, the beloved son of FREDERICK G. & LILY SISMAN, who was killed in action at Gallipolli August 12th 1915, aged 21 years, also of ALBERT, their beloved son who was killed in action in France, Nov 13th 1916, aged 21 years.

SKELTON. Norton Cemy.

Also in fond remembrance of SERGEANT PERCY SKELTON 1/4th Y & L. the dearly beloved husband of JESSIE SKELTON, and father of the above, killed in action at Ypres Oct 16 1915, aged 28 years, ‘A devoted husband, a faithful friend, one of the best that God could lend’, ‘He bravely answered duty’s call’.

SKINNER. Ecclesall All Saints.

In loving memory of THOMAS ARNOLD SKINNER, their second son, LIEUT. 7/8 K.O.S.B. born 1st October 1879, died of wounds 10th August 1917, interred at Rouen.

SLANEY. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

SECOND LIEUTENANT A.E. SLANEY, LABOUR CORPS, 3rd October 1917 age 41, ‘At Rest’.

SLATER. City Road Cemy.

Also of ARTHUR CROOKS, son of the above ALICE AMILLE and FREDERICK SLATER, killed in action Oct 7th 1917 aged 31? years, ‘Rest in peace’.

SLATER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. WILLIAM SLATER, their beloved son, who died from wounds received in action, Jan 20th 1917, aged 37 years, ‘Duty well done’.

SLINN. Burngreave Cemy.

Wilfred,Inscription eroded away.

SKELTON. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of PRIVATE HARRY SKELTON, (1st YORK & LANCASTER REGIMENT), the dearly beloved husband of ANN ELIZABETH SKELTON, who died from wounds received in action August 10th 1915, aged 39 years, and was interred in France, ‘He bravely answered duty’s call, his life he gave for one and all. Gone, but not forgotten’.

SMALLWOOD. Norton Cemy.

Also in loving memory of THOMAS J. SMALLWOOD, Y & L 1934, the beloved son of the above and affectionate husband of DORA SMALLWOOD, died March 11th 1916 aged 33 years.

SMART. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also ERNEST ALFRED, son of the above and beloved husband of ELSIE SMART, killed in action in France Mar 27th 1918, aged 31 years. ‘Duty nobly done’.

SMITH. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

A SMITH, STOKER 1st CLASS, RN. K/1570, H.M.S. ‘TERRIBLE’, 17th September 1918 age 24.

SMITH. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE’ ALBERT EDWARD (SHERWOOD FORESTERS) the beloved son of the above named THOMAS & ELIZABETH SMITH, who was killed in action in France October 10th 1918 aged 22 years, ‘While fighting for freedom, God called him home’.

SMITH. St Michael’s Rivelin.

Also PTE. BERNARD SMITH, R.A.M.C. son of the above ANNIE SMITH, who died Dec 5th 1915 of Enteric, contracted while doing his nursing duty on board the Hospital ship ‘NEVASA’ aged 29 years. R.I.P.

SMITH. Woodhouse Cemy.

Also of BERNARD, son of the above, who lost his life on H.M.S. NIGER Nov 11th 1914, in his 24th year, ‘In the midst of life we are in death’.

SMITH. Burngreave Cemy.

In ever loving memory of CHARLES HARTLEY, the dearly loved and loving only son of JOHN HARTLEY and SARAH ANN SMITH, who died in France, from wounds received when on sentry duty during the Battle of the Somme October – 1916, ‘Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends, he died for a loved land, for that loved land live you, live each for all, or each lives to each untrue’. Born May 29th 1894, Died October 19th 1916.

SMITH. City Road Cemy.

Also DRIVER FRANK A. SMITH, A.S.C. son of the above who served in the Great War 4 years, was disabled and died June 12th 1920, aged 30 years.

SMITH. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of CORPORAL HARRY RADFORD SMITH, son of JOHN ANTHONY and ALICE SMITH, died April 12th 1919, aged 21 years. ‘Just when his hopes were brightest God called him home to rest, a mothers loss – but heavens gain one of the best the world contained, never forgotten’.

SMITH. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

200396 PRIVATE J. H. SMITH, AYRSHIRE ( E.C.O. ) YEOMANRY, 18th September 1917 age 44.

SMITH. Norton Cemy.

Also JOSEPH THOMAS SMITH, their beloved son, who died of wounds Nov 19th 1918, aged 21 years.

SMITH. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

267893 PRIVATE J. W. SMITH, DUKE OF WELLINGTONS REGT, 26th September 1917.

SMITH. Burngreave Cemy.

In sacred and loving memory of JOHN WILLIAM (JACK) dearly beloved and only son of WILLIAM HENRY & MARY H. SMITH, who departed this life Jan 4th 1921 aged 21 years, after fighting in France,’Just when life was sweetest he answered the call’.

SMITH. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of PTE. LEONARD SMITH, M.T. their beloved and only son who died on active service at Baghdad, Mesopotamia, Nov 23 1917, aged 24 years. ‘For ever with the lord’.

SMITH. Abbey Lane Cemy.

In loving memory of MAURICE SMITH, killed in action in France Aug 24th 1916 aged 21 years.

SMITH. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. OSWALD SMITH, K.O.Y.L.I. son of the afore named who was killed in France July 1st 1916, aged 25 years.

SMITH. Woodhouse Cemy.

In loving memory of RICHARD, the beloved son of RICHARD and JANE SMITH, who died July 6th 1918, at York Military Hospital, aged 39 years.

SMITH. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

22103 PRIVATE S. SMITH, ARMY CYCLIST CORPS, 14th October 1917 age 18, ‘Gone but not forgotten.

SMITH. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

2378 PRIVATE T.H. SMITH, Q.O. YORKSHIRE DRAGOONS, 15th October 1914 age 44.

SMITH. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

13288 PRIVATE W. SMITH, NOTTS & DERBY REGIMENT, 18th July 1916 age 20.

SMITH. City Road Cemy.

WILLIAM, the dearly loved son of THOMAS W. & THERESA J. SMITH, died Nov 27.1918, of wounds received in action in France, interred on his 25th Birthday, Dec 4. 1918, Rest in peace.

SMITH. Burngreave Cemy.

Also WILLIAM CECIL SMITH, aged 21 years, son of the above killed in action Nov 3rd 1918 in France, K.O.Y.L.I.

SMITHIES. City Road Cemy,

Also of LANCS COPORAL HARRY SMITHIES, No. 10218 SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS, who was killed in action in the Persian Gulf January 7th 1916, aged 18 years. ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

SMOUT. Wardsend Cemy.

Also of PTE. WILLIAM SMOUT, Y & L, son of the above, killed in action in France July 1st 1916, aged 30 years.

SNIDALL. Burngreave Cemy.

44869 PRIVATE F.W. SNIDALL, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS, 5th December 1918 age 21, Died that we may live.

SOMMERFIELD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. HENRY SOMERFIELD of the YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, killed in action Sept. 27th 1916, aged 26 years.

SORSBY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also ERNEST SORSBY, late R.F.A. beloved youngest son of the above who died August 2nd 1926 aged 32 years, ‘He answered duty’s call’.

SOUTH. City Road Cemy,

Also PTE. WILLIAM HENRY SOUTH, son in law of the above died of wounds May 27th 1918, buried in Baguese Cemetery Gezaincourt France, aged 29 years. ‘Thy will be done’.

SOUTH. Abbey Lane Cemy.

Also WILLIAM HENRY SOUTH, brother of the above, died of wounds received in action May 27 1918 aged 30, and was interred at Bagneux, France.

SPAUL. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of CORPL. LAWRANCE CARR SPAUL, 13th NORTH FUSIL REGT, grandson of the above who was killed in action in France on Aug 12th 1915, aged 22 years. ‘He fell at duty’s call’.

SPENCER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of GUNNER ELLIS SPENCER, son of the above HENRY, and MARY SPENCER, killed in action in France July 11th 1916, aged 32 years, ‘Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends’.

SPENCER. Handsworth New Cemy.

In loving memory of HARRY, the beloved son of JOSEPH & SARAH SPENCER, who died Nov 17th 1918, aged 23 years.

SPENCER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. HORACE JAMES SPENCER, son of the above, killed in action Sept. 15th 1916, aged 19 years.

SPENCER. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

1503 PRIVATE J. SPENCER, YORK & LANCASTER REGIMENT, 16th January 1916 age 22.

SPENCER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also WILLIAM, beloved son of the above killed in action (Ypres) Oct 17th 1917, aged 21 years.

SPINK. Burngreave Cemy.

G.W. SPINK. Headstone removed and replaced by a new one, but no mention of SPINK.

SPOUGE. Norton Cemy.

PRIVATE ARNOLD ROBERT SPOUGE, accidentally killed August 11th 1916, aged 20 years.

L.COP. HAROLD REGINALD SPOUGE, reported missing near Rheims, May 27th 1918 aged 19 years.

SPYE. Wardsend Cemy.

JOHN SPYE, see Henry Andrews.

STALEY. City Road Cemy,

Also LEONARD, third son of the above killed in action in France Nov 27th 1917, aged 30 years.

STALEY. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

3933 PRIVATE W. STALEY, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 16th July 1916 age 34.

STANMORE. Underbank Chapel, Stopes Rpad, CWGC.

82309 1st PRIVATE W.H. STANMORE, ROYAL AIR FORCE, 22nd December 1918 age 20. ‘Gone but not forgotten’.

STANLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM STEWART STANLEY, Grandson of the above who was killed in action in France May 5th 1918, in his 22nd year, also of BERNARD OSBORN, beloved son of the above who died at Prince Albert, Sask. Canada, from wounds received in action November 18th 1918, ‘Loved in life, United in Death’.

STEELE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of ARTHUR STEELE, LEWIS GUNNER Y & L, son of the above who fell mortally wounded Jan 17th and died Jan 31st 1917, aged 21 years, and was interred at Etaples, France.

STEELE. City Road Cemy,

Also of SAMPSON STEELE, beloved husband of HEPHZIBAH STEELE, who was killed in action July 31st 1917.

STELL. Crookes Cemy.

Also of the above BOMBARDIER WILLIAM STELL, killed in action Nov 6th 1917 at Boesinghe Belgium aged 34 years, ( Pro Patria ).

STENNETT. City Road Cemy.

Also WALTER STENNETT, son of the above killed in action at St Quentin Sept 18-1918, aged 24 years.

STEPHENSON. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

60538 PRIVATE JOSEPH HENRY STEPHENSON, ROYAL DEFENCE CORPS, 18th November 1918.

STERLAND.

Arthur E. see George Palmer.

STEVENSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also his son ARTHUR, missing in the Great War March 1918, aged 26 years.

STICKLAND. Handsworth New Cemy, CWGC.

34995 PRIVATE E. STICKLAND, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, 3rd November 1918 age 23.

STOKES. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

391497 RIFLEMAN J.J. STOKES, QUEEN VICTORIA RIFLES, 30th May 1918.

STONE. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of BENJAMIN STONE, beloved husband of MINNIE, died when prisoner of war in Germany 1917, aged 34 years.

STONEHAM. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

5586O PRIVATE A. STONEHAM, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 7th October 1918 age 20.

STONES. Darnall Cemy,CWGC.

19794 PRIVATE G. STONES, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 9th August 1916.

STONES. City Road Cemy.

Also in loving memory of GNR. S.A. STONES, R.F.A. the dearly loved son of the above who was killed in action July 10th 1917, aged 24 years, ‘He gave his life for his country’.

STOREY. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also HARRY son of the above killed in action August 26th 1915 aged 26 years.

STOREY. City Road Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM STOREY, Brother of the above who was killed in action in France May 24th 1915, aged 39 years, also of WILLIAM HENRY STOREY, nephew of the above who was killed in action in France July 21st 1915, aged 23 years.

STRATFORD. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of FREDERICK, beloved husband of HARRIET STRATFORD, killed by enemy action Sep. 26th 1916, aged 49 years, ‘In the midst of life we are in Death’. (Zeppelin Raid)

STRINGFELLOW. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

56336 PRIVATE J. STRINGFELLOW, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 26th March 1919.

STRINGER. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also CARY STRINGER their grandson, who fell in action at Bapaume Oct 23rd 1918, aged 20 years. ‘Ever in our thought’s’.

STRINGER. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. LOUIS, son of the above who was killed in action at the Dardanelles, 29th Dec. 1915, aged 18 years, ‘In memory ever dear’

STYLES. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

5775 PRIVATE F. STYLES, BORDER REGIMENT, 30th January 1919.

STYRING. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of WILFRED STYRING, R.A.F. only son of GEORGE & BERTHA STYRING, who died from Gun-Shot wounds in Mudros, Greece, March 30th 1919, aged 20 years.

SULLIVAN. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

65949 PRIVATE W.C. SULLIVAN, 24th BN. CANADIAN INF, 17th February 1917 age 19.

SURR. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

1493 PRIVATE H. SURR, YORK & LANCASTER REGT 5th April 1921 age 26. ‘At Rest’.

SWIFT. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. ALBERT PERCY SWIFT, 2/5 YORK & LANC REGT, son of the above who was killed in France July 28th 1919, aged 36 years, ‘Sweet memory of a noble life’.

SWIFT, Ernest, see SCOTT. E.

SWIFT. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also GEORGE ROBERT SWIFT, their son-in-law, who fell in action in France, June 2nd 1917, aged 29 years. ‘They rest from their labours’.

SWIFT. St Nicholas, Bradfield.

Also of L/C. HAROLD SWIFT 90L, EAST LANCS RE. son and Grandson of the above killed at the Dardanelles August 12th 1915, aged 19 years, R.I.P.

SYKES. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

J. SYKES, ABLE SEAMAN RNVR TZ/10849, H.M.S PRESIDENT III. 12th February 1919 age 29.

SYKES. Crookes Cemy.

PTE. J.H. SYKES, the dearly loved son of J.H. & S.J. SYKES, who died of wounds Sept 25th 1918 aged 19 years, ‘In the midst of life we are in death’.

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TAGG. Woodhouse Cemy.

Also in proud and loving memory of our dear son PTE REGINALD TAGG, 12th Y & L. Killed in action July 1st 1916, ‘Lost from sight, but to memory ever dear’.

TAIT. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also of PTE. H. W. TAIT, killed April 5. 1918.

TANSER. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

JOHN THOMAS (Jack), the beloved second son of EDWARD and FLORENCE TANSER, (late East York’s Regt), who lost his left foot in France, died in the Sheffield Royal Hospital May 10th 1920, aged 20 years, It’s only those who have loved and lost, who know the price the war has cost. (Finally recognised by CWGC in October 2008 and now on their register).

TARR. City Road Cemy.

Also of my dear brother ENOCK TARR, son of the above who died in Germany Oct. 26th 1918, aged 29 years, ‘Prepare; thy turn will come’.

TATTERSALL. St Marys Bolsterstone.

In loving memory of CHARLES TATTERSALL, (of the 6th YORK & LAANC REGT) the beloved son of JOHN & MARY ELLEN TATTERSALL, who died May 6th 1919 aged 30 years.

TATTERSALL. Stannington Weslyan Chapelyard, CWGC.

79221 SAPPER J. TATTERSALL, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 30th October 1919 age 27, ‘It is not word’s that count, but deed’s done in our masters name’.

TAYLOR. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. ARTHUR TAYLOR, (CITY BATTALION) beloved and adopted son of ARTHUR & ALMA TAYLOR, and loving Grandson of the above, killed in Battle of the Somme July 1st 1916, aged 21 years, ‘Sadly missed in our home’.

TAYLOR. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

33794 GUNNER C.O. TAYLOR, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 27th October 1920 age 38.

TAYLOR. Christ Church, Fulwood, CWGC.

476967 L.CPL. E. TAYLOR, ROYAL ENGINEERS 20th May 1919.

TAYLOR. Christ Church, Fulwood.

Also of L/C EDGAR TAYLOR, R.E. the dearly loved husband of FANNY TAYLOR and son-in-law of the above died May 20th 1919 at Kitcheners Hospital Brighton after 3 ½ years service. ‘Peace perfect peace’.

TAYLOR. Crookes Cemy.

Also GEORGE FREDERICK TAYLOR, killed in action Oct 27th 1914 aged 34 years, also ARNOLD TAYLOR who died at Malta Dec 27th 1915 aged 23 years.

TAYLOR. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

5/223192 PRIVATE S.A. TAYLOR, KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE L.I. 5th November 1918 age 18, ‘At Rest’.

TAYLOR. Burngreave Cemy.

Also SYDNEY, the youngest son of the above, killed in action November 7th 1918, aged 21 years.

TAYLOR. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. THOMAS HAROLD TAYLOR, G103508 43rd BATT. ROYAL FUSILIERS, the dearly beloved husband of LILIAN TAYLOR, who passed away Dec 8th 1918, aged 29 years, ‘To forget is a vain endeavour, loves remembrance lives forever’.

TAYLOR. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. WALTER TAYLOR, Y & L REGT, No. 204795, who was killed in action in France Oct. 19th 1917, aged 29 years.

TEASDALE. Burncross Cemy.

Also WILLIS, beloved son of the above, killed in action in France, July 12th 1916, aged 28 years.

TENNANT. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of CHARLES TENNANT, FIRST CLASS STOKER H.M.S. DIDO, who died May 19th 1918, aged 26 years. Also of PTE. BERT TENNANT, K.R.R, who was killed in France October 4th 1917, aged 19 years, the beloved sons of BERTHA H. and the late JOHN TENNANT. ‘Abide with me’.

THEAKER. City Road Cemy.

Also of GEORGE, son of the above killed in action Oct. 14th 1918, aged 19 years, ‘They sleep in a garden of remembrance’.

THOMPSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of ARTHUR THOMPSON, RN. great grandson of the above killed in action in the battle of Jutland May 31st 1916, aged 19 years.

THOMPSON. City Road Cemy.

Also the above named PTE. ARTHUR THOMPSON, who was killed in action Oct 16th 1915 aged 21 years, also CPL. WILLIAM HARTLEY, brother of the above, who was killed in action April 23rd 1915 aged 25 years.

THOMPSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of GEORGE, the beloved husband of FLORENCE SOPHIA THOMPSON, who died of wounds received in action Nov. 30th 1915, aged 42 years, and was interred at Bethune, France, also of PTE. MAURICE THOMPSON, CAMERON HIGHLANDERS, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France Sept 27th 1916, aged 19 years.

THOMPSON. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of SERGEANT WALTER THOMPSON, son of the above, (late CITY BATTALION) who fell in action in France, July 1st 1916, aged 27 years.

THORPE. City Road Cemy.

Also of their beloved son PTE. ARTHUR THORPE, YORK & LANC REGT, who died July 10th 1916 of wounds received in action in France July 1st 1916, aged 23 years, also of their beloved son PTE. NATHANIEL THORPE, who was killed in action at Cambrai Nov. 23rd 1917, aged 23 years.

THORPE. Eccllesall All Saints, CWGC.

207807 SAPPER E. THORPE, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 11th October 1918 age 22, ‘In ever loving memory of a good and noble soldier of Christ’.

THORPE. Underbank Chapel, Stopes Road.

HARRY THORPE, infantry man in the 5th Batn Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, born 23rd April 1890, killed in action 20th July 1918 aged 27 years, buried at Bouilly Crossroads British Military Cemetery, France. FRANK THORPE, signaller 8th Batn North Staffordshire Regiment, born 17th August 1892, died of wounds received at the battle of Ypres 21st August 1915, aged 23 years, buried at the British military cemetery Merville Sur Luys, France. Musician and Composer of Spout Cottage.

THORPE. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

8360 PRIVATE J. THORPE, ROYAL DEFENCE CORPS, 19th September 1919, age 54.

THORPE. Intake New Cemy.

Also of PRIVATE JOHN ALBERT THORPE, who was killed in France October 29th 1915 aged 21 years, ‘He gave his life for his country & people, But the unknown grave is the bitterest blow, None but aching hearts do know’.

THORPE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PERCY THORPE, LC/CPL. K.O.Y.L.I. buried in Belgium April 23rd 1918, aged 23 years.

THORPE. Wardsend Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM THORPE, son of the above MATTHEW and ANN THORPE, who died from wounds received in action in France on May 14th 1915, aged 41 years, also of AB. ( H.G. ) WILLIAM WALES, DRAKE BATTN R.N.D. the beloved son of ARTHUR and MARY WALES, killed in action at Cambrai, September 28th 1918 aged 20 years.

THRALL. St Mary’s Walkley, CWGC.

4119 PRIVATE J.R. THRALL, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 27th January 1919 age 42, also his wife ANNIE ELIZABETH, ‘Gone but not forgotten’.

TIMMONS. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of CADET THOMAS HENRY TIMMONS, SHEFFIELD CITY BATTALION, the dearly loved and only son of JOHN T. & ANNIE TIMMONS, who died Nov. 8th 1917, in his 27th year, ‘To live in hearts we leave behind, is not to die’.

TINGLE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also ARTHUR, beloved son of the above killed in action Oct 9th 1916, aged 22 years.

TINGEY. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also CPL. E.N. TINGEY, KINGS ROYAL RIFLES. killed in action Sept 27th 1916, aged 29 years. ‘One of the best’.

TITTERTON. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of BDR. JAMES TITTERTON R.F.A. the beloved son of GEORGE and LYDIA TITTERTON, who died Jan 13th 1920, aged 26 years.

TONKS. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also WILFRED, the dearly loved son of the above who fell in action at Ypres May 8th 1915, aged 19 years. ‘Death is swallowed up in victory’.

TOULSON. Burncross Cemy.

Also GEORGE WILLIAM, only son of the above who died in France, Novr 8th 1918, aged 32 years.

TRIGG. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of JOHN ARTHUR, the dearly beloved husband of GEORGINA TRIGG, who died from wounds received in action January 20th 1917, aged 27 years.

TROW. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

58367 GUNNER W.H. TROW, ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY, 19th March 1917.

TROWER. City Road Cemy.

Also of LEN, the beloved husband of ETHEL TROWER, who fell in the Great War aged 26 years.

TUCK. Burngreave Cemy.

Also WILLIAM TUCK, R.E. son of the above, killed in action July 9th 1916, aged 32 years, buried in France.

TUFFNELL. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in loving memory of R.A. TUFFNELL (BERT), their son, 6th EAST YORKS, killed at Dardanelles, Oct 25th 1915, ‘Remembered’.

TULETT. Wadsley Parish Church.

Also BOMBARDIER WILLIAM JOHN TULETT (JACKIE) R.F.A. the dearly beloved son of the above who was killed in action in France, April 19th 1915, aged 20 years. Death divides . Memory clings.

TUNNERCLIFFE. Ecclesall All Saints.

In honoured memory of CORPL. ALBERT A. TUNNERCLIFFE, N.F. the dearly loved son of JOSEPH W. & MARY H. TUNNERCLIFFE, who died from wounds received in action in France, May 26th 1918, aged 26 years, ‘Greater love hath no man then this, that a man lay down his life for his friends’.

TURNER. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also in loving memory of his uncle SGT. ARNOLD TURNER, YORK &LANCS. Who fell in action March 9th 1917 in his 24th year. ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

TURNER. City Road Cemy.

Also of ARTHUR, son of the above who was killed in action in France on April 10th 1917, aged 36 years.

TURNER. City Road Cemy.

Also of FRED TURNER, R.N.V.R. their beloved son who died Nov. 29th 1918 aged 18 years, ‘Thy will be done’.

TURNER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PRIVATE GEORGE TURNER, killed in action in France March 28th 1918 in his 23rd year, ‘Gone but not forgotten’.

TURNER. City Road Cemy.

Also HENRY TURNER, killed in France June 29th 1918, aged 30 years.

TURNER. Burngreave Cemy.

Herbert, headstone laid down.

TURNER. City Road Cemy.

Also J.D. TURNER, son of the above, killed in action May 3rd 1917 aged 25 years.

TURNER. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of PTE. ROBERT TURNER, (The dearly beloved husband of EMILY TURNER), who was killed in action Sept 14th 1915, aged 28 years, and was interred in Belgium, ‘One of the best’.

TUTIN. Burngreave Cemy.

HERBERT TUTIN son, killed in France on his 27th birthday, March 24th 1918.

TWIGG. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also of ARTHUR REID TWIGG, 49th BATT. QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIAN, the beloved son of the above killed in action July 2nd 1917, aged 41 years.

TYRRELL. Burngreave Cemy.

Also WILLIAM WALTER, their son, killed in action Mar 17th 1918, aged 37 years.

TYZACK. Darnall Cemy.

Also of HARRY, son of the above killed in action in France April 9th 1917, aged 28 years.

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UNWIN. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of LIEUT. GEORGE ERNEST UNWIN, who died October 25th 1918, aged 42 years.

UNWIN. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. GILBERT UNWIN, 12th Y.L. CITY BATT. Son of the above, killed in action May 4th 1916, aged 25 years.

UNWIN. Crookes Cemy.

Also of their son WILLIAM UNWIN, killed in action at Arras, Jan 11th 1918 aged 26 years, ‘Gone, but not forgotten ‘.

UPTON. Norton Cemy.

Also ERNEST, son of the above 1/4th Y & L (HALLAMSHIRE) who gave his life for his country April 12th 1918, aged 37 years, ‘Duty nobly done’, also BERNARD, son of the above, (late NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS) died April 28th 1922, aged 33 years.

UTTLEY. Intake New Cemy.

Also of EDGAR, the beloved son of the above, killed in action in France Oct 8 1916 aged 19 years, ‘So here shall silence guard thy fame’.

UTTLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

In proud and loving memory of CPL. LAWRENCE UTTLEY, D.L.I. presumed killed at St Quentin March 23rd 1918, aged 24 years, ‘Waiting’.

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VALANTINE. Stannington Parish Churchyard.

also of CHARLES WILFRED, son of the above who was killed in action in France, June 30th 1917, aged 31 years.

VICKERS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also her beloved husband CHARLES WILLIAM, killed in action 1918, aged 38 years.

VICKERS. City Road Cemy.

Also PTE. HAROLD NORTON VICKERS, Y & L REGT, the beloved husband of ANNIE VICKERS, and son-in-law of the above who was killed in action May 3rd 1917 aged 30 years.

VENNER. Norton Cemy.

Also of GEORGE NELSON, youngest son of the above & beloved husband of LILLIE VENNER, who died of wounds received in action at the University War Hospital, Southampton, Aug 7th 1916, aged 22 years, also of HENRY NELSON, eldest son of the above, who died in action on H.M.S. ‘GOOD HOPE’, Nov 1st 1914, aged 26 years.

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WADDINGTON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PRIVATE W.T. WADDINGTON, son-in-law of the above who fell in action at Serre on July1st 1916, aged 31 years, ‘Some time we’ll understand’

WAINWRIGHT. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. EDMUND WAINWRIGHT (CITY BATT. Y & L REGT) son of the above, killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 20 years, buried at Serre, Bapaume, France, Nord, ‘A good son, true and upright, loved by all who knew him best’. also PTE. FREDERICK WAINWRIGHT (DUKE OF WELLINGTON W.R. EREGT) son of the above, died of wounds April 12th 1918, aged 20 years, buried at Le Grand, Beaumart British Cemetery, France, ‘Lovely and pleasant was he in this life and tried to keep a smiling face in all troubles’.

WAIT. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of JAMES KEVER WAIT, GUNR R.F.A. the dear and only son of KEVER & MARY A. WAIT, who died of wounds in France Sept 12th 1918 aged 26 years, ‘Peace perfect peace’.

WAITE. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also FRANK their son, who died June 20th 1918, aged 24 years. ‘Till Abraham sounds the last Revallie’.

WALES.

William, see William Thorpe.

WALGATE. Norton Cemy.

Also of PERCY, the dearly beloved son of the above killed in action in France sep 26 1916 age 20. ‘His country called & he answered’.

WALKER. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

9078 LANCE SERJT. A. WALKER, LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT, 6th March 1915 age 47.

WALKER. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

In loving memory of PTE. CLARENCE WALKER 9th DUKE OF WELLINGTON’S REGT, fell in action at Mormal Forest November 4th 1918 aged 19 years.

WALKER. St Mary,s Walkley.

Also of FRED, killed in France May 14th 1918, aged 37 years.

WALKER. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also of HARRY, son of the above, PRIVATE 29th FIELD AMBULANCE RAMC, who died in France March 10th 1916 aged 24 years.

WALKER. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of PTE. HERBERT WALKER, E YORKS REGT, grandson of the above who was killed in action in France July 1st 1916, in his 21st year.

WALKER. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of NORMAN, only son of A.J. & A.N. WALKER, who was killed in action in France April 9th 1917, aged 21 years, ‘To live hearts we leave behind, is not to die’.

WALKER. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. R.H. WALKER 12TH Y & L, Grandson of the above killed in France May 16th 1916, aged 20 years.

WALKER. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of PTE. THOMAS GARNER WALKER, L.N. LANCS, their beloved son who was killed in action April 10th 1918, aged 38 years. Also of PTE. RUPERT VICTOR PEARCE, R.B. their grandson & son of ERNEST ALBERT & HARRIET PEARCE, who was killed in action August 18th 1917, aged 19 years.

WALL. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also REG SERGT. MAJOR GEORGE BEN WALL, killed in France February 10th 1916. also PTE. FRANK EDGAR, youngest son of the above of the 19th ALBERTA DRAGOONS CANADA 1914, later with FORT GARRY HORSE, died of wounds on field battle Octr 9th 1918. ‘No greater love than this that they gave their lives for freedom and right’.

WALLACE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also JOHN JOSEPH WALLACE, who was killed in action in France April 15th 1918, aged 26 years, ‘Duty called, he answered’.

WALLACE. City Road Cemy.

Also JOHN JOSEPH, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action April 15th 1918, aged 27 years.

WARD. Cuty Road Cemy.

Also GEORGE CYRIL, WHO DIED IN France July 20th 1917 aged 21 years.

WARD. Norton Cemy.

In undying memory of HAROLD WARD, R.W.S. beloved son of the above who was killed in France Sept 2nd 1918, aged 19 years.

WARD. St Marys Bolsterstone.

In loving memory of HARRY, the beloved son of EDGAR and SARAH WARD, killed in action at Bucquoy, France, April 19th 1918, aged 24 years, ‘Sacrificed for us’.

WARD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also JOSEPH WARD, who paid the supreme sacrifice in France April 9th 1917, aged 25 years.

WARD. Norton Cemy.

Also DVR. W.L. WARD, 478374 R.E. son of above, died Mar 10 1919, aged 27 years.

WARD. Norton Cemy.

In memory of WILLIE R. WARD, son of the above, killed in France March 28, 1918, aged 21 years, ‘Death divides, but memory clings’, Y & L.

WARDILL. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of SIDNEY GEORGE, the dearly loved husband of ETHEL WARDILL, who was killed in action in France July 1st 1916, aged 33 years, ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

WARNEFORD. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

4278 C. SERJT. MAJOR G.I. WARNEFORD, MACHINE GUN CORPS, 11th August 1916 age 27, ‘Greater love hath this than no man’.

WATERHOUSE. Burngreave Cemy.

In loving memory of ALFRED WATERHOUSE, COLOUR SERGEANT 2nd K.O.Y.L.I. dearly beloved husband of CLARA WATERHOUSE, who departed this life Sept. 2nd 1918, aged 50 years.

WATERHOUSE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. JOHN WATERHOUSE, CITY BATTALION, beloved husband of the above, who was killed in action July 1st 1916, aged 32 years, ‘Just when their hopes were brightest, God took them home to rest’.

WATERTON. St Nicholas, Bradfield.

Also PTE. ANDREW CLARKSON WATERTON K.O.Y.L.I. their 5th son, missing in France October 1st 1916, aged 20 years.

WATHALL. City Road Cemy.

Also of HERBERT WILLIAM WATHALL, killed in action Oct 1918 aged 39 years.

WASTNAGE. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also GEORGE, their son, killed in action Dec 15th 1916, aged 22 years. ‘One who heard the noble call, and gave his life for one and all, at Hamel in France, in a hero’s grave he lies’.

WATSON. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

LIEUTENANT A.E. WATSON, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, 6th November 1920 age 24, ‘A soldier of Christ’.

WATSON. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also of ERNEST, their son, who was killed in action February 4th 1917 whilst serving with the Australian Imperial Forces, aged 31 years.

WATSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. JOHN RICHARD WATSON, son of the above, killed in action at Ypres November 18th 1914, aged 25 years.

WATTS. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of SERGT. SAMUEL WATTS, 6th BAT. EAST YORKS REGT PIONEERS, son of ANNE WATTS, who died Dec 10th 1916 aged 26 years, ‘Ever only all for thee’.

WEATHERS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. JOHN WEATHERS, son of the above, who died of wounds in Flanders July 23rd 1917, aged 24 years.

WEBB. Woodhouse Cemy.

Also FREDERICK ARTHUR, son of the above who died in France May 3rd 1917 aged 27 years.

WEBB. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also of CORPL FRED WEBB, KOYLI, dearly beloved son of the above killed in action dec 2nd 1917 aged 29 years. ‘In an unknown grave he lies, as a hero he hath died’.

WEBB. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. JOE WEBB, 6th K.O.Y.L.I. died May 13th 1918, of wounds received in action, aged 31 years, ‘He died that others might live’.

WEBB. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of WILLIAM, the beloved husband of ELIZABETH B. WEBB, killed in action in France 4th April 1918, aged 34 years.

WEBSTER. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

81437 RIFLEMAN A. W. WEBSTER, WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 5th April 1919 age 19. ‘Just as his hopes were brightest God called him home to rest’.

WEBSTER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. CHARLES WEBSTER K.O.Y.L.I. son of the above, killed in action in France April 14th 1917, aged 37 years.

WEBSTER. City Road Cemy.

Also of DRIVER FRANK WEBSTER, 33947 R.F.A. the beloved son of ARTHUR & ANNIE WEBSTER, who died while on leave November 18th 1918, aged 20 years, after 3 ½ years service in France.

WEBSTER. City Road Cemy.

Also GEORGE, son of the above, killed in action July 1916, aged 26.

WEBSTER. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. HERBERT WEBSTER, the beloved son of the above, who was killed in action Sept 16th 1916, aged 25 years.

WEBSTER. Abbey Lane Cemy, CWGC.

203647 DRIVER J. WEBSTER, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 18th January 1917 age 38, ‘Gone from our home but not from our hearts’.

WEBSTER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of SIGNALLER JAMES WEBSTER, R.F.A. the beloved husband of ANNIE LOUISE WEBSTER, and loving son of the above, killed in action in France Dec. 5th 1917, aged 26 years.

WELLS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of their son SGT. ERNEST WELLS, who fell in action in France Sep. 3rd 1916, aged 24 years, ‘Thy purpose Lord we cannot see, but all is well that’s done by thee’.

WELLS. St Mary’s Walkley.

Also of WALTER, the beloved son of WILLIAM & SARAH ELIZABETH WELLS, and Grandson of the above named, who died in France March 21st 1917 aged 20 years.

WELLS. Norton Cemy.

WILLIAM A. beloved son of the above, killed in action April 25th 1918, aged 20 years, ‘Never forgotten’

WESLEY. Handsworth New Cemy.

Also of SGT. R.S. WESLEY, Y & L, the beloved & youngest son of the above who fell in action in France, May 3rd 1917 aged 23 years, ‘And with the morn those angel faces smile, which we have loved long since & lost a while’.

WHALE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also NORMAN, dearly beloved son of the above who was killed in action March 1918, aged 21 years.

WHEELER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also BOMB. EDMUND WHEELER 10th BATT. R.F.A. who was killed in action at the Dardanelles on July 13th 1915, ‘A bitter grief a shock severe, to part with one we loved so dear, he nobly fell at duty’s call, his life he gave for one and all, we never knew what pain he had, we never saw him die, we only know he passed away, and never said good-bye’.

WHITAKER. City Road Cemy.

Also of GEORGE ALBERT WHITAKER, killed in action in France Octr. 23rd 1918, aged 20 years.

WHITAKER. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of GEORGE W. WHITAKER, son of the above, who died at Folkstone, December 22nd 1916, from wounds received in France, aged 21 years.

WHITBREAD. St Michaels Rivelin, CWGC.

2439 PRIVATE L.J. WHITBREAD, 48th BN. AUSTRALIAN INF, 6th September 1916.

WHITE. Crookes Cemy.

Also ARTHUR, son of the above and beloved husband of GERTRUDE WHITE, who was killed in action at Reutel, Belgium, Nov 5th 1914 aged 27 years.

WHITE. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

21966 SERJEANT F. WHITE, MM. YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 21st July 1919, age 25.

WHITE. City Road Cemy.

Also JOHN WHITE, Y & L, the beloved son of JOHN and MARY E. WHITE, killed in action on France Oct 9th 1917, ‘For ever with the Lord’

WHITE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of GUNNER JOHN HENRY WHITE, beloved son of the above, who was killed in action in France, April 27th 1917, aged 20 years.

WHITE. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

19522 PRIVATE J.J. WHITE, YORK & LANCASTER REGT, 6th October 1917.

WHITE. City Road Cemy.

Also J.W. WHITE, son of the above killed in action Oct 6th 1918, aged 24 years, ‘Re-United’

WHITE. Crookes Cemy.

Also WILLIAM son of the above, killed in action on Cambrai Front Nov 20th 1917 aged 23.

WHITE. Burngreave Cemy.

Sacred to the memory of WILLIAM ALFRED, the beloved husband of KATE E. WHITE, who died Sept 18th 1920, aged 53 years, late of the HALLAMSHIRES.

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WHITEHEAD. Tinsley Park Cemy.

In loving memory of GUNNER HARRY WHITEHEAD, died of wounds received in action March 30th 1917, aged 23 years.

WHITELEY. Burngreave Cemy.

HAROLD D.C. WHITELEY, killed at Passchendaele December 17th 1917, aged 23 years, REGINALD Wm. WHITELEY, died of wounds at Courtrai, June 24th 1918, aged 20 years.

WHITELEY. Christ Church, Fulwood.

In loving memory of 2nd LIEUT. HUBERT WHITELEY, 9th DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, died at Welsh hospital, Netley Oct 11th 1916, of wounds received in action Sept 16th 1916 in France, dearly loved youngest son of W. & E. A. WHITELEY, aged 23 years.

WHITELEY. Darnall Cemy, CWGC.

17709 PRIVATE T. WHITELEY, EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT, 12th May 1917 age 25, ‘Rest in peace’.

WHITHAM. Norton Cemy.

Also FRANK, the dearly beloved son of the above, killed in action in France Nov 8th 1917, aged 22 years.

WHITHAM. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of PRIVATE JOHN WHITHAM, the beloved husband of LILY WHITHAM, and son in law of the above who departed this life April 13th 1919, aged 36 years, after 2 years & 9 months service, ‘Thy will be done’.

WHITLAM. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

L/16484 PRIVATE C. WHITLAM, EAST RIDING YEOMANRY, 10th October 1918 age 18.

WHITMAN. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in loving remembrance of PTE. GEORGE S. WHITMAN, R.A.M.C. dearly beloved son of the above, who died of wounds in France May 18th 1917, aged 25 years, ‘Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends’.

WHITTAKER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also JAMES BENTLEY WHITTAKER, son of the above, killed in action in France Nov. 3rd 1914, aged 25 years.

WHITTAKER. Tinsley Park Cemy.

PERCY EDGAR, see CHARLES VINCENT ELSTON.

WHITWORTH. City Road Cemy.

Also of their beloved son BENJAMIN WHITWORTH, who was killed in action on the Somme, July 1st 1916 aged 21 years.

WHITWORTH. Crookes Cemy.

Also of SAPPER CHARLES WHITWORTH R.E. eldest son of the above and beloved husband of ETHEL WHITWORTH, killed in action at Le Cateau, Oct 26th 1918, aged 34 years.

WIDDOWSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. W.L.B. WIDDOWSON, son of the above, who was killed in action in France, July 20th 1918, aged 19 years, ‘He gave his life that we might live’.

WIGFIELD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. JAMES ARTHUR WIGFIELD, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS, who was killed in action October 15th 1917, in his 23rd year, and was interred at Intendincham British Cemetery, Proven, ‘Blessed assurance Jesus is mine’.

WIGLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of ERNEST WIGLEY, killed in action at Bullecourt May 3rd 1917, aged 24 years, the beloved son of ALICE WIGLEY, ‘To memory ever dear’.

WILCOCK. Abbey Lane Cemy.

Also NOEL, LCE. CORPL. 12th Y & L, youngest son of the above, killed in action July 1st 1916 in his 23rd year.

WILD. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of ALBERT, beloved son of the above, DRIVER in the R.F.A. who was killed in action in France in the Great European War on November 20th 1916, aged 37 years. ‘He died the noblest death a man may die, fighting for God and right and liberty’.

WILD. City Road Cemy.

Also SGT. ALBERT WILD, M.T.A. A.S.C. son of the above, died of Pneumonia at Boulogne Nov 14th 1918 aged 25 years, ‘One of the best’.

WILD. Loxley United Reform Churchyard. CWGC.

Charles Ellis Wild.

WILD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of THOMAS, who was killed in action in France October 22nd 1916, aged 36 years, beloved son of the above named JOSEPH and HARRIET MARIA WILD.

WILDE. Burngreave Cemy.

Also THOMAS WILDE, MM. buried in France 1917, aged 27 years.

WILKINSON. Burncross Cemy.

Also CHARLES HERBERT (BERT) WILKINSON, grandson of the above who fell in action near Laventie, France, March 18th 1917, aged 19 years.

WILKINSON. City Road Cemy.

Also THOMAS JOHN WILKINSON, uncle of the above, who fell in action in France, July 1st 1916, aged 38 years.

WILLIAMS. Christ Church, Fulwood.

in loving memory of DOUGLAS WILLIAMS 2nd LIEUTENANT 11th ATTD 9th KINGS OWN YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY, and beloved husband of MARIAN TERRY WILLIAMS, who died in France on 10th July 1916 from wounds received in action on 1st July 1916 and was interred at Rouen, aged 24, in loving memory of STANLEY HURST WILLIAMS LIEUTENANT 6th WILTSHIRE REGIMENT, third son of GEORGE AND HELEN WILLIAMS, loving husband of MARGARET BRAID WILLIAMS, who died 19th December 1919 result of having been wounded and prisoner of war in Germany and was interred 22nd December 1919, aged 29.

WILLIAMS. Norton Cemy.

In loving memory of EVAN PETRE WILLIAMS, dearly loved husband of CONSTANCE MARY WILLIAMS, and only surviving son of the late GRIFFITH and ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, fell in action April 24th 1918 at Villers Bretonneux, France, aged 32 years, ‘Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends’.

WILLIAMS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of FRANK WILLIAMS, killed in action in France July 19th 1917, aged 34 years.

WILLIAMS. Norton Cemy, CWGC.

R/15039 LANCE CPL. G. WILLIAMS, KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS, 20th November 1918 age 21.

WILLIAMS. Burngreave Cemy.

Also PTE. MAURICE WILLIAMS, COLDSTREAM GUARDS, beloved son of the above who was killed in action at Reutel, Belgium Nov 1st 1914, aged 20 years.

WILLIAMSON. Tinsley Park Cemy.

Also of ARNOLD EDWIN, beloved son of the above who died from wounds received at (Loos) during the Great European War Octr 20th 1915, aged 19 years. ‘Father in thy gracious keeping, leave we now thy servant sleeping’

WILLIAMSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. T. WILLIAMSON, beloved son of the above, died March 14th 1919, aged 19 years, interred at Cologne Southern Cemetery, ‘Hearts that loved him never forget’.

WILLEY. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of MAJOR JOHN WILLEY, R.F.A. only son of the above, killed in action in France, April 3rd 1918 aged 33 years.

WILLIS. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

H. WILLIS, BOY TELEGRAPHIST, RN. J/33526, H.M.S “MELPOMENE”, 23rd July 1916, age 17.

WILLOUGHBY. City Road Cemy.

Also of PTE. ARTHUR WILLOUGHBY, 9th ROYAL FUSILIERS, son of the above, killed in action, Bapaume, Oct 7th 1916, aged 22 years.

WILLOUGHBY. Burngreave Cemy.

Sacred to the memory of LIEUT. FREDERICK WILLOUGHBY, MM. 19th CANADIAN REGT, the beloved husband of GETRUDE WILLOUGHBY, who died August 19th 1919, aged 29 years. ‘Worthy of everlasting remembrance’.

WILLOUGHBY. Darnall Cemy, CWGC.

189918 GUNNER J.R. WILLOUGHBY, ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY, 4thJune 1918 age 19, ‘Gone but not forgotten’.

WILSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of ALBERT WILSON, son in law of C. R. & E. POOLE, killed in action in France July 19th 1917, aged 33 years.

WILSON. City Road Cemy.

Also of FRED WILSON, the beloved son of the above who was killed in action June 20th 1918 aged 36 years.

WILSON. Ecclesall All Saints.

Also of PRIVATE GEORGE WILSON, son of the above who died in France June 29th 1918, aged 23 years.

WILSON. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

T/327483 DRIVER G.H. WILSON, ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS, 27th January 1918, age 30.

WILSON. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE HERBERT WILSON, son of the above who was accidentally drowned in France June 28th 1917, aged 33 years. ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

WINCKLE. Burngreave Cemy.

Henry – headstone laid flat.

WINDLE. City Road Cemy.

Also of their son, PTE. HAROLD WINDLE, 1/4th Y & L, who was killed in action Sepr 18th 1918 aged 20 years.

WINTER. Crookes Cemy.

Their beloved son (his name is Frederick ) who died of wounds May 27th 1917, and was buried at Aubigny, France, aged 20 years and 8 months.

WISEMAN. St Michael’s Rivelin, CWGC.

CHARLES WISEMAN killed in action at Doulleus, France May 26th 1918 aged 25 years. VINCENT HARVEY WISEMAN killed in action at Arras, France April 10th 1917, aged 20 years. R.I.P.

WITHERS. St Marys Bolsterstone.

Also of CORP. JAMES HERBERT WITHERS, K.O.Y.L.I. the beloved son of the above who was killed in action April 25th 1918 aged 25 years, also of DRIVER JOSEPH ADIN WITHERS, R.A.S.C. the beloved son of the above who died on active service January 20th 1920, aged 25 years, ‘For their country’s sake’. also of REGT S.M. HENRY OSCAR WITHERS, DCM. son of the above and the beloved husband of TERESA WITHERS, who died Jan 11th 1921 aged 39 years.

WOMACK. Tinsley Park Cemy, CWGC.

511 GUNNER H. WOMACK, TANK CORPS, 2nd November 1917 age 33.

WOMACK. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of REGINALD JOHN WOMACK, late GUNNER R.F.A, the devoted husband of MARION A. WOMACK, and son of the aforesaid who died April 25th 1918, aged 33 years.

WOMERSLEY. St Mary’s Ecclesfield.

Also CHARLES son of the above who was killed in France, Oct 27th 1917 aged 31 years, and was interred at Roclincourt near Arras. ‘He gave his life for his friends’.

WOMERSLEY. Burncross Cemy.

Also PTE. WALTER WOMERSLEY, 1st K.O.Y.L.I. son of the above named who fell in action in France, Octr 8th 1918, aged 27 years.

WOND. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

91319 WARRANT OFFICER 2nd CL. C. B. WOND, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY, 26th January 1919, age 44. ‘War worn and weary, God called him home to rest’.

WOOD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also in remembrance of PTE. ALFRED WOOD, son of the above missing at Loos September 25th – 26th 1915.

WOOD. Birtin Cemetery, Oughtibridge.

Also of BERNARD WOOD, their son who was killed in action on the French Front July 24th 1918, aged 20 years. ‘They rest from their labours’.

WOOD. Crookes Cemy.

Also CHARLES ARTHUR, son of the above, fell in action at Beaumont Hamel Nov 13th 1916, aged 22 years.

WOOD. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. ERNEST WOOD, Y & L, first husband of the above killed in France May 2nd 1917, aged 33 years. ‘Ever in our thoughts’.

WOOD. City Road Cemy, CWGC.

61593 PRIVATE T. WOOD, DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, 25th February 1919 age 43.

WOOD. City Road Cemy.

Also GNR. WILLIAM WOOD, their son who died in action Oct 1st 1918 aged 21 years.

WOODCOCK. City Road Cemy.

PTE. HARRY NORMAN WOODCOCK, 2nd K.O.Y.L.I. eldest son of the above who was killed in action in the Great War August 19th 1918, aged 19 years, and was buried at Bayonvillers in France.

WOODCOCK. Abbey Lane Cemy, CWGC.

J.O. WOODCOCK, ORDINARY SEAMAN, R.N.V.R. TZ/11304, H.M.Tug ‘Margaret Ham’, 13th November 1918 age 19.

WOODHEAD. St Marys Bolsterstone, CWGC.

427605 PRIVATE P. WOODHEAD, 46th BN. CANADIAN INF, 22nd April 1917 age 27, ‘Glory, not

dishonour , his name had he not gone, how great the shame’.

WOODLIFF. Burngreave Cemy.

Also of PTE. ALBERT WOODLIFF, 1st K.O.Y.L.I. REGT, son of the above JOHN & HARRIETT WOODLIFF, killed in action Villers Outreaux France, Oct 8th 1918, aged 21 years.

WOOLER. Burngreave Cemy.

Also R.B. WOOLER, CAPTAIN 12th (S) BATT. WEST YORKS REGT. Killed in action at Monchy-le-Preux May 3rd 1917, aged 27 years, ‘For God, King and Country’

WOOLEY. Burngreave Cemy.

Also GEORGE WOOLEY, son-in-law of the above, killed in action at Gallipoli May 8th 1915, aged 24 years, ‘The unknown grave is the bitterest blow, none but aching hearts can know’.

WOOLHOUSE. St Nicholas, Bradfield.

Also of BOOTH WOOLHOUSE, son of the above who was killed in action at the Dardanelles, August 9th 1915, aged 24 years.

WOSTENHOLM. City Road Cemy.

GEORGE, the dearly loved husband of ADA WOSTENHOLM

WRAGG. City Road Cemy.

Also of FRANK WRAGG, died March 27th 1917, aged 29 years.

WRAGG. St Nicholas, Bradfield.

Also PTE. FRED WRAGG, son of the above who fell in France July 14th 1917, aged 30 years, interred at Wulerchem near Messines, Flanders.

WRAGG. Crookes Cemy, CWGC.

79250 H. WRAGG, NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS, 11th April 1919 age 23.

WRIGHT. Burngreave Cemy, CWGC.

124007 PRIVATE A. WRIGHT, MACHINE GUN CORPS, 17th February 1918 age 19, ‘For ever in our thoughts’.

WRIGHT. Tinsley Park cemy.

Also of PTE. GEORGE WRIGHT, 1/4th K.O.Y.L.I. killed in action April 23rd 1918, aged 19 years. ‘One of the best’.

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YOUNG. City Road Cemy.

In loving memory of our dear brother PTE. THOS. YOUNG, No. 11111, 1st K.O.Y.L.I. died May 29th 1921, aged 26 years.

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julie56

hi all, i know my great grandfather walter bramhall and his brother herman bramhall died within months of each other in 1915 and i know there is a memorial to them both where they were killed in gallipoli but i have never seen their names on any of the war memorials in sheffield i wonder if any members could help me find them

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