North Yorkshire War Memorials, -
Yorkshire Regiment Names on
the South Bank WW1 Memorial (H)
The following names of men of the Yorkshire Regiment are to be found on the South Bank War Memorial. The data associated with each name is taken from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission register, together with data from Soldiers Died in the Great War as appropriate.
Private Robert Ernest Hamilton. 19643. 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment.
Son of Thomas Johnson Hamilton and Mary Jane Hamilton, of 2, Jetty Cottages,
Cargo Fleet, Middlesbrough.Killed 30 November 1915. Aged 19.
Born Cargo Fleet(Yorks), Enlisted Middlesbrough, Resided Cargo Fleet.
Commemorated Panel 44 and 45., Loos Memorial.
Private George Harris. 58378. 2nd/4th Battalion York and Lancaster
Regiment, formerly 21219 Yorkshire Regiment. Son of Charles and Sarah Harris,
of South Bank; husband of Esther Elizabeth Harris, of 38, Aire St., South
Bank, Yorks. Killed 17 September 1918. Aged 37.
Born South Bank (Middlesbrough), Enlisted Middlesbrough.
Buried SUNKEN ROAD CEMETERY, BOISLEUX-ST. MARC.
Private Michael Higgins. 13774. 8th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment.
Killed 4 October 1916.
Born Eston (Yorks), Enlisted South Bank (Yorks).
Buried ADANAC MILITARY CEMETERY, MIRAUMONT.
Private James William Horton, 13404. 8th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment.
Son of George and Elizabeth Horton. Killed 26 September 1917. Aged 26.
Born Eston (Yorks), Enlisted Middlesbrough, Resided South Bank.
Buried ST. SEVER CEMETERY EXTENSION, ROUEN.
Corporal Thomas Henry Hopwood 34604. 9th Battalion York and Lancaster
Regiment, formerly 18840 Yorkshire Regiment. Husband of Jane Hopwood, of 14,
Cyprus St., Prescot, Lancs. Killed 9 June 1917. Aged 30.
Born Wolverhampton, Enlisted Middlesbrough, Resided Precot (Lancs).
Commemorated Panel 36 and 55, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
Private Harry Humphries. 18898. 6th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment.
Killed 2 December 1915.
Born Wolverhampton (Staffs), Enlisted Middlesbrough, Resided North Ormesby.
Buried LANCASHIRE LANDING CEMETERY.
Private John Joseph Hunter, 9076. 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment.
Killed 27 May 1918.
Born Armley (Leeds), Enlisted South Bank.
Commemorated Soissons Memorial.
Private Garbutt Hugill, 20810. 3rd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment,
transferred to 284732 Labour Corps. Husband of Sarah Ann Hugill, of 42, Codd
St., South Bank, Yorks. Died at home 13 April 1918. Aged 51.
Born Bilsdale (Yorks), Enlisted Middlesbrough (Yorks), Resided South Bank (Yorks).
Buried ESTON CEMETERY.
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