Yorkshire Regiment War Graves, -
Halesowen Cemetery

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Halesowen Cemetery, Worcestershire contains 13 Commonwealth War Graves from both World Wars.

One soldier who served with Yorkshire Regiment is buried in this cemetery. His grave is marked by a family headstone.

This soldier was originally shown on the Brookwood 1914-1918 Memorial, but work by the "In From the Cold" project has resulted in the CWGC including this grave in the records for Halesowen Cemetery.

Private HUnter's Grave in Halesowen Cemetery
Private Hunter's Grave in Halesowen Cemetery
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Photo courtesy of the "In From the Cold" project

Private Thomas Charles Hunter, 46177. 8th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment, transferred to (502054) Labour Corps. Son of Mrs Hannah Hunter, of 131 Haden Hill, Old Hill, Staffs. Died 31 October 1918. Aged 19.
Born Halesowen (Warwicks), Enlisted Brierley Hill (Staffs), Resided Old Hill (Staffs).