Remembrance - The Yorkshire Regiment, First World War
Soldiers Died (G),
- Memorials / Graves Not Photographed
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The names below are of Soldiers who are listed in "Soldiers Died in The Great War", - Surname initials "G", as having served with the Yorkshire Regiment, and who lost their lives in the War.
The names below are of soldiers who are listed in "Soldiers Died in The Great War" as having served with the Yorkshire Regiment, and who lost their lives in the War. The names shown are for men for whom we do not currently have a photograph showing an associated memorial or their grave. When we are able to obtain a suitable photograph of a memorial or a grave, then the details of the soldier will be removed from this page and his details will be found on the page set up to illustrate the appropriate memorial or grave.
Private Walter Gawthorpe.
236022. 1st/8th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, formerly
201363 the Yorkshire Regiment. Husband of Margaret Gawthorpe,
of 74, Oxford Street, Hull. Killed 14 August 1918. Aged 27.
Enlisted Hull (Yorks).
Buried BERTRANCOURT MILITARY CEMETERY.
Serjeant William James Gill. 23832. 1st Battalion the Yorkshire
Regiment, attached to Supply and Transport Corps. Killed 1 December 1915.
Born Sangor (India), Enlisted Rawalpindi, Resided Lahore (India).
Commemorated Panel 14, BASRA MEMORIAL.
Lance Serjeant Frederick Grant. 3/8992. 1st Battalion the Yorkshire
Regiment. Son of Richard and Isabella Grant. Died 4 April 1917. Aged 53.
Born Salford, Enlisted Nottingham, Resided Manchester.
Buried ALEXANDRIA (HADRA) WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY.
Private George Gray. 21781. 1st Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment,
formerly 20966 K O Y L I. Died 29 October 1918.
Born Quarry Bank (Staffs), Enlisted Pontefract, Resided Sharleston (Near Wakefield - Yorks).
Commemorated on the KARACHI 1914-1918 WAR MEMORIAL.
Private John Grayson.
28332. 1031st M.T. Coy. Army Service Corps, formerly
25541 13th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment. Killed 30 December
Born Huddersfield, Enlisted Huddersfield, Resided Huddersfield.
Commemorated on the CHATBY MEMORIAL.
(Lost at sea when HT "Aragon" was torpedoed and sunk 30 December 1917, entering the port of Alexandria, with the loss of 380 officers and men of the Commonwealth forces.)