Yorkshire Regiment War Graves, -
Islington Cemetery &
Islington Cemetery contains 344 First World War graves and 265 from the Second World War, all scattered throughout the cemetery. A screen wall in the western part bears the names of those whose graves could not be marked individually, together with the names of two casualties from the Second World War whose remains were cremated at Islington Crematorium.
Two soldiers of the Yorkshire Regiment are commemorated on the screen wall behind the Cross of Sacrifice.
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| Private Henry Edward Hind, 10522.
2nd Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment. Son of William Henry Hind and Susan Catherine Hind, of 6, Clarence St., Islington, London. Died at home 10 August 1916. Aged 19.
Born Blackfriars, Enlisted London, Resided Islington (N).
(Private Hind's name is at the bottom of this plaque).
| Private George Ives. 8498.
2nd Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment. Son of William & Emily Ives. Died at home 28 November 1919. Aged 32.
Born Holborn (London).
(Additional information : In 1911, he was serving as a Private with the 1st Bn. Yorkshire Regiment employed as a boot repairer at the British Barracks, Khartoum, The Sudan.
From his Medal Index Rolls card he is shown as serving with the North West Frontier Force in 1919. Therefore, the CWGC may be incorrect putting him as being with the 2nd Battalion. More likely the 1st Battalion.)
(Private Ives' name is at the centre of this plaque).
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