Yorkshire Regiment War Graves, -
Wordsley (Holy Trinity) Churchyard, - Staffs
Wordsley (Holy Trinity) Churchyard, Staffs, contains 10 Commonwealth War Graves from the First World War and 5 from the Second World War.
One of the burials is that of a Yorkshire Regiment soldier.
We are extremely grateful to Richard Roberts (<email@example.com>) for providing the photos of the headstone and the churchyard.
|Private William Thomas Napier. 46983.
4th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment. Son of John Gales & Annie Maria Napier of New St., Barnett Lane, Kingswinford, Wordsley, Staffs. Died at home 5 September 1919. Aged 43.
Born Kilburn (London).
(Additional information : From his Pension record, - Enlisted 31/8/1914. Discharged 24/5/1918 with arthritis.
His surname appears in many variations incl., Napper)
Wordsley (Holy Trinity) Churchyard, with Private Napier's headstone in the
Photo : Richard Roberts (<firstname.lastname@example.org>)