Yorkshire Regiment War Graves, -
Mayfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapelyard, Staffordshire
Mayfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapelyard, Staffordshire, contains
1 Commonwealth War Grave from the First World War, - a soldier of the Yorkshire
Regiment. Richard Roberts (<firstname.lastname@example.org>), who has
submitted the photo of the soldier's grave and of the chapel comments;-
".... the Chapel is disused and in poor condition. However, there are signs at the back of a conversion underway into a dwelling so hopefully the building will be preserved."
|Private William Charles Moss, 60757.
4th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment.
Son of James Moss and the late Ann Elizabeth Moss, of Mayfield.
Died at home 24 June 1918. Aged 19.
Born Mayfield (Staffs)
Enlisted Leek (Stoke-on-Trent)
Resided Okeover (Ashbourne)
Photo taken by Richard Roberts (<email@example.com>)
Mayfield Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Staffordshire
Photo by Richard Roberts (<firstname.lastname@example.org>)