Yorkshire Regiment War Graves
Yorkshire Regiment War Graves, -
Mansfield Woodhouse
(St. Edmund's) Churchyard Extension
Yorkshire Regiment War Graves

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Mansfield Woodhouse (St. Edmund's) Churchyard Extension.Mansfield Woodhouse (St. Edmund's) Churchyard Extension.
Photo by Richard Roberts, (<richard.nsw@googlemail.com>)

Mansfield Woodhouse (St. Edmund's) Churchyard Extension contains 6 Commonwealth War Graves, - all from the First World War.

One of the graves is that of a soldier who served in the Yorkshire Regiment.
In the photo of the cemetery (above), the Yorkshire Regiment soldier's grave is at the end of the path on the left hand side in a rather neglected and overgrown area.

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Private George Edward Moore, 61398
  Private George Edward Moore, 61398.
18th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment. Son of Mrs. Sarah Moore, of 9, Priory Square, Mansfield Woodhouse. Died at home 17 December 1918. Aged 22.

Photo taken by Anthony Bagshaw, and sent to this website by Mick McCann (<bogarcher@ntlworld.com>)