Yorkshire Regiment War Graves, -
Oxford (Rose Hill) Cemetery
Oxford (Rose Hill) Cemetery contains 28 Commonwealth burials of the 1914-1918 war and a further 58 of the 1939-1945 war.
The war graves are widely distributed throughout the burial ground, with half of the 1939-1945 burials being marked by permanent private memorials.
One soldier of the Yorkshire Regiment is buried in this cemetery.
We are very grateful to Amy Gasser (<email@example.com>) for providing a photograph of Private Harse's headstone, and of the cemetery in general.
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|Private Ernest Percy Harse, 47765.
18th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment, formerly 40454 K O Y L I. Died
at home 12 April 1918. Aged 23.
Born Oxford, Enlisted Peckham, Resided Lewisham.
(Private Harse was the son of George & Lavinia Harse. Born Oxford. He and his father were both cricket ball makers.)
(Rose Hill) Cemetery, with Private Harse's headstone positioned in front of
the chapel entrance doors.
Photo : Amy Gasser
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