Remembrance - The Yorkshire Regiment, First World War
Soldiers Died (N),
- 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 "N", 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 Stephen Naylor.
28476. 1st/5th Battalion The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, formerly
48507 the Yorkshire Regiment. Son of Collinson Naylor and
Emma Naylor, of Middlebrough Buildings, Bruntcliffe; husband of Elsie
Naylor, of 17, Wakefield Rd., Bruntcliffe, Leeds. Killed 8 October 1918.
Born Morley (Yorks), Enlisted Pontefract (Yorks), Resided Bruntcliffe (Yorks).
Commemorated Panel 7, VIS-EN-ARTOIS MEMORIAL.
Private Joseph Newman. 43110. 8th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment.
Husband of Martha Newman, of 100, Dalyell Road, Brixton, London. Killed
27 October 1918. Aged 29.
Born Clerkenwell (London), Enlisted Holloway, Resided Finsbury Park.
Buried TEZZE BRITISH CEMETERY.
Lance Corporal William Newman.
14394. 1st Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment, formerly
11392 the Yorkshire Regiment. Killed 3 October 1918.
Born South Shields (Durham), Enlisted South Shields.
Buried SEQUEHART BRITISH CEMETERY No.2.
Private Robert Northard.
34812. 2nd Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, formerly
3419 the Yorkshire Regiment. Son of Henry and Emily Northard,
of Hull; husband of Sarah Elizabeth Young (formerly Northard), of 6, Florence
Terrace, Wassand St., Hessle Rd., Hull. Killed 8 July 1917. Aged 30.
Buried COXYDE MILITARY CEMETERY.
Private John Albert Nutt.
79041. 1st/7th Battalion Durham Light Infantry, formerly
17409 the Yorkshire Regiment. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Nutt,
of Heaton, Newcastle-on-Tyne; husband of Bertha H. Nutt, of New Cottage,
Sessay, Thirsk, Yorks. Killed 26 March 1918. Aged 39.
Born Long Buckney (Northamptonshire), Enlisted Newcastle-on-tyne, Resided Heaton.
Commemorated Panels 68 to 72, POZIERES MEMORIAL.