Yorkshire War Memorials, -
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.
Corporal Leonard Yates. 18838. 6th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment.
Son of Samuel and Sarah Yates, of Wigan, England; husband of Lilian Williams
(formerly Yates), of Duncans, British Columbia, Canada. Killed 9 October 1917.
Born Sheffield, Enlisted Middlesbrough, Resided Wigan.
Buried BARD COTTAGE CEMETERY.
Private William Day Youles, 29993. 1st Battalion East Yorkshire
Regiment, formerly 11527 Yorkshire Regiment. Husband of Florence A. Youles,
of 35, Surrey St., South Bank, Yorks. Killed 2 October 1918. Aged 31.
Born Middlesbrough, Enlisted Middlesbrough.
Buried GLAGEON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION.
Private William Ernest Young, 36757. 19th Battalion Lancashire
Fusiliers, formerly 26870 Yorkshire Regiment. Son of the late I. and A. E.
Young; husband of Minnie Emily Green (formerly Young), of 25, Stoke Terrace,
Stoke, Devonport. Killed 23 October 1916. Aged 27.
Born South Bank (Yorks), Enlisted South Bank.
Buried WARLINCOURT HALTE BRITISH CEMETERY, SAULTY.
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