WOODS Pte. Edward 7275. 16th Bn. Manchester Regt. 21st July 1918. Age 27. Son of Andrew and Hannah Woods of 13 Higher Croft, Barton-on-Irwell Manchester. XV. C. 3. WOODS Lee. Cpl. Sandford 12056. 19th Bn. The Kings Liverpool Regt. Died of pneumonia 28th Oct. 1918. Age 30. Son of Edward and Emma Woods of 23 Ireton St. Walton Liverpool husband of the late Annie Woods. II. F. 8. WOODWARD A.B. Fred KW/729. R.N.V.R. “ Hawke ” Bn. R.N. Div. Died of pneumonia 13th July 1918. Age 29. Son of Joseph and Catherine Woodward husband of Edith Woodward of 8 Doncaster Rd. Conisborough Rother ham. Native of Conisborough. VI.C. 4. WORMINGTON Pte. J. H. 75711. 4th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers. 23rd Oct. 1918. XII. C. 11. WORTH Pte. Thomas 21214. XIX Corps Cyclist Bn. Army Cyclist Corps. 29th Oct. 1918. Age 20. Son of John and M. J. Worth of 11, Hill Cottages Prince Town Devon. III. B. 4. W ORTHINGTON Pte. E.A. 65043. 12th/ 13th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers. 4th Nov., 1918. II. A. 3. WRIGHT Pte. A. 11628. 2nd/4th Bn. Oxf. and Bucks Inf.Light 26th July 1918. VI. H. 8. WRIGHT Pte. A. 25608. 12th Bn. Gloucester shire Regt. 10th Oct. 1918. XVIII. C. 2. WRIGHT Pte. F. 115498. 50th Bn. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.). 25th Dec. 1918. VII. G. 1. WRIGHT Pte. George Walter 241643. 5th Bn Leicestershire Regt. 14th Dec. 1918. Age 32. Son of Mrs. Annie Wright of Breedon-on-the- Hill Derby. XIX. B. 10. WRIGHT Ptc. (Signaller) Harold 201286. INDEX No. Gy. 4 “ Z ”Coy. ist/4th Bn. Yorkshire Regt. 22nd BERLIN SOUTH- Oct. 1918. Age 25. Son of Mary Wright of WESTERN CEM. The Naggs Head Inn Northallerton Yorks and STAHNSDORF the late William Wright. XVI. B. 9. WRIGHT Ptc. J. W. 41989. 7th Bn. Leicester shire Regt. 25th Sept. 1918. XVII. B. 8. WRIGHT Lee. Cpl. P. 3104. 1st Bn. Loyal North Lancs Rcgt. 2nd April 1915. XIII. D. 5. YARWOOD Ptc. Albert J. 41206. 23rd Bn. Middlesex Regt. 18th May 1918. Age 35. Husband of Florence Mary Yarwood of Pitsea Hall Pitsea Essex. VI.A. 8. YATE Maj. Charles Allix Lavington V.C. 2nd Bn. Kings Own Yorkshire Inf.Light 20th Sept. 1914. An extract from “The ”London Gazette No. 28985 dated 25th Nov. 1914, records the following :—Commanded one of the two Companies that remained to the end in the trenches at Le Catcau on 26th August and when all other officers were killed or wounded and ammuniuon exhausted led his nineteen survivors against the enemy in a charge in which he was severely wounded. He was picked up by the enemy and has subsequently died as a prisoner of war. II. G. 8. YOUNG Pte. A.M. 8783. 1st Bn. Scots Guards. 4th Nov. 1918. Age 26. Son of David and Elizabeth Munro Young of 3 Alexandra St. Partick Glasgow. VI.E. 13. UNIDENTIFIED. TWO UNIDENTIFIED BRITISH SOLDIERS are buried in IV. B. 2 and XVII. A. 7 of this Cemetery. Reprinted by the CommonweaJth War Graves Commission. Maidenhead 1987
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