Yorkshire Regiment War Graves, -
Birmingham (Warstone Lane) Cemetery
Birmingham (Warstone Lane) Cemetery was one of the cemeteries in which the casualties from four major hospitals in Birmingham, and many smaller hospitals, were interred in the First World War.
Birmingham (Warstone Lane) Cemetery contains 51 First World War burials and 13 from the Second World War. A Screen Wall commemorates by name those whose graves are not marked by headstones. A soldier of the Yorkshire Regiment is commemorated on this Screen Wall.
Richard Roberts (<email@example.com>) has provided the photo of the Screen Wall at Birmingham (Warstone Lane) Cemetery and a close up of the panel on which the name occurs.
|Private Albert Finney, 36222.
2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, formerly 8918 E Yorks Regt.
Son of John and Phoebie Finney; husband of Alice Finney, of 2/13, Howe St., Birmingham.
Died at home 22 July 1918. Aged 28.
Born Birmingham, Enlisted Birmingham.
For a larger sized image of Private Finney's commemorative panel, select the image on the left. Close the window that opens to return to this page.
Birmingham (Warstone Lane) Cemetery Screen Wall with the Commemorative Panel on which Private Finney's name appears.
Photo by Richard Roberts (<firstname.lastname@example.org>)