Yorkshire Regiment War Graves, -
Hampstead Cemetery (London)

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The Screen Wall and Cross of Sacrifice in Hampstead CemeteryThe Screen Wall and Cross of Sacrifice in Hampstead Cemetery
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There are 216 Commonwealth burials of the 1914-18 war and a further 44 of the 1939-45 war here. In addition there is 1 Polish soldier and 1 Czech soldier burials and 1 non war military burial.

Those whose graves cannot be marked by headstone are recorded by name on a Screen Wall memorial in the Special Plot where the majority of the burials are to be found, near the Northern boundary, to the right of the main entrance.

One soldier who served with the Yorkshire Regiment is buried in this cemetery. Photographs of the cemetery have been kindly provided by julia&keld of the Find a Grave website.

Private David James Green

Private David James Green. 43134. 17th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment. Son of Joseph & Fanny Tolano (nee Green). Died at home 29 September 1918. Aged 38.
Born Manchester, Enlisted Whitehall, Resided London.
Buried HAMPSTEAD CEMETERY (Screen Wall. Q8. B. 26.)
(Additional information : News Vendor. Born 1 November 1879. Enlisted 2/3/1916. Discharged 3/5/1917 due to tuberculosis of the lungs. Son of Joseph & Fanny Tolano (nee Green). His surname at birth was registered as Tolano but at some stage prior to 1891 the family started to use his mother’s maiden surname.)

Hampstead CemeteryHampstead Cemetery
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