Faces Gallery Below are a selection of images of the people who are listed on this website. As time goes by we will put names to them and if you have any you wish to share, please send them to us. George Borman, of Pulman Street, Hull, killed a the Somme, 18/08/1916, aged 19 Private, Charles Verity, 13th EYR, “B” Company Charles Verity, MM, 13th EYR. Private, George Williams, and his friend Lance Corporal, Charles Verity, MM, 13th EYR. Corporal, James Eccles,7th Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment. killed on 13th May 1917, aged 37. Husband of Annie Eccles, of 2, Rifle Terrace, Walker Street, Hull. Lance Corporal, Lewis Edward Peek Drummer, Henry Wardrobe. 3rd EYR, died 15/04/1916, aged 28. He lived at 4 Beverley Road, Hull Arthur Ernest Soardes, Steam Skipper of the Hull Trawler “ARGYLE”, lost at sea, 15/06/1915. Alfred Wardle, Royal Navy, lost at sea, on 01/09/1915, aged 18. Sgt., Michael Lydon, 6th EYR, MM. killed on 13/03/1918, aged 30. He was married with children, living at 27 Christopher Street, Hull 2nd Lieutenant, Norman Drape, RGA, 28th Siege Battery. Died of wounds, 15/07/1917, aged 25. Son of Arthur and Sarah Drape, of 24 Cranbourne Street, Hull Harry Wardrobe, from Norfolk Street, Hull, served as Private, 37019, of the st East Yorkshire Regiment. He was killed on 30/08/1918, aged 20. Gunner, Joseph Handley, RFA, of 17 Beaconsfield Street, Hull Stoker, Harry Beadle, Royal Navy, of 26 Edward’s Place, Buckingham Street, Hull Edward Furnandiz, RASC, of 20 Harpham Grove, East Hull. Private, Samuel Needham, V.C. Private, Harold Ledger, 8th EYR, died on 08/05/1917, aged 22. He is buried in Hull. Thomas Arthur Beadle, 11th EYR, 10/03/1917, aged 26, of Southcoates Lane, Hull Leonard Saunders, served as a Rifleman in the 13th London Regiment.He was killed on 25/06/1917, aged 30. His parents lived at 75 Alliance Avenue, Hull. Ernest Londesborough, killed at Arras, 22/03/1918, aged 31. He lived at 14 Herbert’s Terrace, Westbourne Street, Hull Private, George Albion Ludders, 1/4th EYR, 10/04/1918, aged 20. He lived at 248 Dansom Lane, Hull. Able Seaman, George William Oades, Royal Navy, lost at sea 29/08/1917, aged 23. Thomas Roy Holden Private, William Atkinson Waudby, 10th York & Lancs., 31/07/1917, aged 33. Private, Alfred Neaves Waudby, 7th EYR, 05/11/1916, aged 19 Bombardier, Harold Suddaby, RGA, 26/04/1918, aged 29. Private, Stanley Lonsdale, 8th York & Lancs Regiment. Killed 22/10/1917, aged 19. Son of Percy and Alice Lonsdale, of 2 Victoria Terrace, Derringham Street, Hull Private, Norman John Holliday,15/17th WYR, killed 12/04/1918, aged 19. Private, Edward Henry Nozedar, 12th Suffolk Regiment. Killed by a sniper while scouting, on 20/10/1918, aged 19. He was the youngest son of Enoch and Mary Ellen Nozedar, of 51 Barmston Street, Hull Private, Edward Henry Nozedar, 12th Suffolk Regiment. Killed by a sniper while scouting, on 20/10/1918, aged 19. He was the youngest son of Enoch and Mary Ellen Nozedar, of 51 Barmston Street, Hull James Adams Private, Clarence Conkerton, 2nd West Yorkshire Regiment, killed 03/05/1917, aged 25. Son on Walter and Emma Conkerton, of 50 Seaton Street, Hull. Sergeant, William James Denton MILSOM, DCM, 2nd Yorkshire Hussars, killed 94/07/1916, aged 26. 2nd Lieutenant, Alan Charles CLAPHAM, 4th EYR, killed 03/01/1916, aged 21, of 3 Kingston Square, Charles Street, Hull. Sergeant, Bertram Arthur Clubley,, 10th EYR, killed at Oppy Wood, on 03/05/1917, aged 28. Only son of Emma and Thomas Clubley, of 15 Raglan Street, Hull. Sergeant, William James Denton MILSOM, DCM, 2nd Yorkshire Hussars, killed 04/07/1916, aged 26. William James Denton MILSOM, DCM, 2nd Yorkshire Hussars, killed 94/07/1916, aged 26. Frederick James Strickland, Royal Naval reserve, 15/01/1915, aged 24, of 16 Harold’s Avenue, Buckingham Street, Hull. Wilfred PRISSICK, from 4 All Saints Street, Hull, killed 04/11/1918, aged 18. Lieutenant, Edward Reeves MacKey, DCM, Royal Flying Corps, killed 15/03/1917, aged 31. Only son of Edward and Christina MacKey, of 133 Plane Street, Hull Private, Freeman Wright, 12th EYR, killed at Serre, France, 13/11/1916, aged 40. Frederick Hounslow HETERICK. Chief Officer of the Steam Ship, “UNITY”, lost at sea 02/05/1918, aged 48. He lived at 53 Great Thornton Street, Hull with his wife and four children. Sergeant, Frank Schoon, RAMC, killed at Sulva Bay, Gallipoli, on 08/12/1915, aged 23. He lived at 12 Bate’s terrace, West Parade, Springbank, Hull. Private, Wilfred Norburn Richmond, 10th West Yorkshire Regiment, killed 07/11/1916, aged 19. he was a pupil of Hull Grammar School. Private, Frederick Cockett, 1st Scots Guards, killed at Ypres, 29/10/1914, aged 27. He lived at 27 Sarah Ann Terrace, Waterloo Street, Hull Randolph Renwick Nicholson, MC Harold Geyton, in Prison Warden uniform Private, William Church, 1/4th EYR, killed at the Somme, on 16/11/1916, aged 35 George Laroche, HMS “Black Prince” Captain, Charles Sproxton, MC, 4th Yorkshire Hussars, of 114 Lee Street, Hull Gunner, Harold Geyton, Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 35. Private, George William WILLEY, 11th EYR, of 2 Bilsby Terrace, Durham Street, Hull. Killed at Oppy Wood, 03/05/1917, aged 23. Private, Matthew Barnaby, 13th EYR, killed 13/11/1916. Private, Herbert Sidney SIMON, 10th EYR, of 94 De Grey Street, Hull. Killed at Oppy Wood, aged 26. Albert Lewis CHADWICK, of 140 Hessle Road, Hull Lance Corporal, Arthur Edward BUCK, 5th Yorkshire Hussars. Killed at the Somme, 15/09/1916, aged 24. Private, Ralph Robinson, 1st EYR. Killed at the Somme, on 26/09/1916, aged 40. Lance Corporal, Richard H. Smith 10th EYR, of Sunk Island, HULL. Killed at Oppy Wood, 03/05/1917. Private Arthur WAUDBY, 8th EYR, of 34 Lorne Street, Hull. Killed on 14/07/1916, aged 22. 2nd Lieutenant, (John) Douglas COWL, 1/4th EYR, of “Chandos Villa”, Eldon Grove, Hull Sapper, A.V. Hull, MM, Royal Engineers Private, John Collins, Northumberland Fusiliers, 08/10/1917 Private, John Henry Coopland, 1/4th EYR, of 5 Francis Place, Waverley Street, Hull Private, Harry Wilfred Johnson, 10th EYR of 35 Raglan Street, Hull. Killed at Oppy Wood, 03/05/1917, aged 26. Private, William Beckett, 1st EYR killed 16/09/1916, aged 24, from 3 Ripley Avenue, Perth Street, Hull Percival Charles Markham Captain, Charles Harland Judge, 4th EYR, killed 17/05/1915, aged 20. He lived at 425 Beverley Road, Hull CSM, Herbert Henry West, Royal Field Artillery, killed at Arras, on 16/05/1917, aged 31. He lived at 6 King’s Cross Terrace, Bean Street, Hull. Private, Alfred Moulds, 12th EYR, killed at Oppy Wood, 03/05/1917, aged 29. He lived at 3 Alexandra Avenue, Bridlington Street, Hull. Private, Martin Cowton, 13th EYR, 13/11/1916, aged 19. he lived at 3 Arch Avenue, Holmes Street, Hull. Private, Frederick James Adams, Australian Imperial Force. Lieutenant, Wilfred Clement Hanson, RFA, aged 24. He lived at 147 Chanterlands Avenue, Hull. Lieutenant, Edward Reeder, 8th EYR, killed at Loos, 26/09/1915, aged 28. He lived at 72 Queen Street, Hull and was a Hull school teacher. Private, Frederick Mould, 1/4th EYR, of 78 Wharncliffe Street, Hull. Killed 15/09/1916, aged 24. he was one of five brothers serving. Private, Fred Snowden, 13th EYR, killed at Serre, on 13/11/1916, aged 22. He lived at 22 Winnie’s Place, St Luke Street, Hull. Private, Tom Straker, 1st West Yorkshire Regiment. He lived at 80 Nicholson Street, Hull Private, Thomas William Edwards, (seated), 27th Northumberland Fusiliers (Tyneside Irish), killed 27/04/1917, aged 29. He lived at 250 Wincolmlee, Hull. Private, David William Farnill, 13th EYR, killed 09/09/1916, aged 19. He lived at 3 Foster’s Buildings, North Street, Hull and worked for Blundell’s Paint factory. He is commemorated on Hull’s, Blundell, Spence, Memorial to employees killed in WW1 William Henry Curtin, Royal Naval Division, “Drake” battalion, killed in France, 30/12/1917, aged 19. He lived at 22 Beverley Road, Hull Private, David William Farnill, 13th EYR, killed 09/09/1916, aged 19. He lived at 3 Foster’s Buildings, North Street, Hull and worked for Blundell’s Paint factory. He is commemorated on Hull’s, Blundell, Spence, Memorial to employees killed in WW1 Private, Tom Miskin. 1/4th EYR, killed 27/05/1918, aged 24. 11 Emily’s Terrace, Strickland street, Hull Walter and William Holbrook. Wilfred PRISSICK Private, Walter Brady, 1/4th EYR, “A” Company, killed at St Julien, on 03/05/1915, aged 27. He lived at 27 Cleveland Street, Hull and before the war had worked for Sanderson’s Paint Works, Wincolmlee, Hull. Joseph Charles McDonald, RE’s, 25/10/1918, aged 22. Private, Herbert Capes, 8th EYR, 14/07/1916, aged 34. Private, George William Williams, 13th ETR, “B” Company, 13/11/1916, aged 22 (seated), with friend, Sgt Charles Verity, MM, 13th EYR, “D” Company. Private, George William Williams, 13th ETR, “B” Company, 13/11/1916, aged 22. Pte., William Robert Barnett, Sergeant, George Barnes, MM, 1st EYR, 25/09/1916, aged 20. Frederick Ernest Audas, Royal Engineers, 09/04/1918, aged 32 Robert Rowland Barker, 1/4th EYR, “C” Company, 27/05/1918, aged 37. Private, Reginald Anthony, 8th EYR, 18/08/1916, aged 22. Reginald Anthony, 32 Somerscales Street, Hull Private, Hyman Louis ROSENTHALL, 16th Northumberland Fusiliers, 22/07/1916, aged 23. His father Issac ROSENTHALL,, ran a tobacconist shop, and lived at 10 Myton Street, Hull Rifleman, Louis Berlyn Gosschalk, 2/5th “Post office Rifles”, killed at Ypres, 20/09/1917, aged 27. Son of Lionel Lazarus Gosschalk and Annie Berlyn of 69 Park Street, Hull. Hermon Wheater White, died of wounds, 25/05/1918, aged 39. Private, Vincent Cuthbert Barker, &th Lincs, of 70 Park Avenue, Hull. Died of wounds, on 02/04/1918, aged 19. Private, Louis Cuckle, 4th Seaforth Highlanders, killed on 24/07/1916, aged 21, of 19 St Luke’s Street, Hull, A Tailors Apprentice before the war. He was one of may of Hull’s Jewish Community that served and died in WW1, He was killed in action at High Wood, and is buried at Montauban on the Somme. His grave inscription, reads, “”GONE FROM OUR SIGHT BUT FOR EVER IN OUR HEARTS” Rupert Henry Dixon, Chief Engineer, of the Drifter “RESTOR”, lost 12/10/1915, Dardenelles. Walter Clifford Green, HMS ‘ALCANTARA’ Private, Allan Brown, 2nd Yorkshire Hussars, 02/04/1917 George Walter Cooper, of Wellsted Street, Hull Private, George William Cooper, 1st EYR 2nd Lieutenant, Felix Rowland (Phil) Williams, from Hull, served with the 7th KRRC, and was killed on 10/04/1917. Samuel William Harwood, Chief Engineer, Steam Ship “TORO”, lost 12/04/1917. Alexander Stephenson, Royal Naval Reserve. Stoker on HMT ‘VALA’, lost 21/08/1917, aged 29 Able Seaman, John Ryan, RN HMS ‘CHAMPAGNE’, of 7 Albert Avenue, Terry Street, Hull. Died at sea, on 09/10/1917, aged 22. Walter Angus Cox, Rustenburg Street, Hull EDWARD LAISTER COOKE, RNR HMT ‘NEPTUNIAN’ 27/10/1918, aged 22. 2nd Lieutenant, Felix Rowland (Phil) Williams, 7th KRRC, killed on 10/04/1917. aged 26. He lived at 4 Mrtyle Villas, Mayfield Street, Hull. A former Insurance Clerk. He left his widow, Mary at this address. Private, Stephen Johnson, 4th EYR. Sergeant, William Johnson, 16th Welsh Fusiliers, 11/07/1916, aged 30. Private, John Smith, 34831, 10th KOYLI, 17/10/1916, aged 32. Private, Ernest Harrison, 1st/6th Northumberland Fusiliers, 15/09/1916, aged 23. Frederick Mould Sergeant Drummer, Herbert Arthur Leek, 6th EYR Corporal, George E. Cox, 6th EYR, 2nd Lieutenant, Albert Edward Smith, 1st Lincolnshire Regiment, killed 22/03/1918, aged 20. Frederick George Mileham, 18th Queen Mary’s Own Hussars., 28/08/1914. John Richard Millett, HMT “Othello”, lost at sea,31/10/1915. Captain, Neville Field Smith, 15th Durham Light Infantry, 24/01/1916, aged 26. Private, John William Elliott, 4th Northumberland Fusilers, killed 27/05/1918, aged 37. He lived at 309 Boulevard, Hull 2nd Lieutenant, Sidney Hannaford Hellyer, 4th EYR, killed 08/05/1918, aged 25. Private, Arthur George Burley, 1/4th EYR. killed at Ypres, on 02/05/1915, aged 21. His parents lived at 601 Spring Bank West, Hull Andrew Ernest Elton, Coldstream Guards, killed 14/09/1914, aged 17 William Frederick Christmas Hall William George Ransom William Frederick Christmas Hall Alfred Newby , Steam Trawler, “Titania”, lost at sea, 11/05/1915. Lorenzo Newby, Steam Trawler, “Magneta” (Hull) Frederick Newby, Steam Trawler, “Magneta” Frederick Wheal, Able Seaman, RNR, of 3 Owens Square, New George St., Hull Frederick Burden, R.E.’s. William George Slater, R.A.M.C., of Hull Stoker, Charles Albert Birks, HMS “Queen Mary” Richard Alma Dry Lance Corporal, Luke Donnelly, 1/4th EYR, of 2 Wilberforce Grove, Northumberland Avenue, Hull. Killed 11/09/1917, aged 22. Driver, Philip Henry Bolton, RFA, 23/08/1916, aged 23 Ernest Joules, 1st East Riding Engineers. Sidney Joules, 8th York & Lancs,. Harold Joules, Merchant Marine Harold Joules, Merchant Marine Harold Abba, 10th EYR Ernest Branton, DLI Harold Joules, Chief Engineer, S?S “CALYPSO”,lost at sea, 11/07/1916, aged 28. He went to Hull’s Trinity House Naval school and one of three sons lost in the war. 2nd Lt., Robert Alfred Stonehouse, LNLR, of 9 Marlborough Avenue, Hull. Killed at Arras, 28/04/1917, aged 34. Clive Metham Richard Henry Williamson Driver, Ernest Filby, Royal Field Artillery, 161st Brigade, A Battery Ernest Filby, of 72 Rosmead Street, Hull Sergeant, Henry Walter Utton, 12th EYR Harry Holness, Second Hand, RNR HMT ‘ROBERT BARTON’, aged 29 Driver, Ernest Filby, Royal Field Artillery, 161st Brigade, A Battery, of 72 Rosmead Street, Hull Lance Corporal, John Busby, 12th EYR, 03/05/1917, aged 28. Private, Stanley Hobson Harsley, 10th EYR Private, Wilson Turnbull, 12th EYR, 13/11/1916, aged 21. Trooper, Bernard Byass, East Riding Yeomanry Private, Bob Pratt, 5th Yorkshire regiment, 27/05/1918, aged 27. Lieut., Edward Medforth Thompson George Matsell John Hare William Edward Chapman, from 2 Yarratt Place, Raywell Street, Hull, served with the “Accrington Pals” and was killed on 1st July 1916, aged 24. Cpl., Arthur Meighan Chapman, RAF. Abel Richard Gray James Gillard, Royal Naval Reserve, HMT ‘KING EMPEROR’, lost 04/02/1916, aged 39. George Elliassen William Herbert Harper, 12th East Yorkshire Regiment. Killed in action, at Beaumont Hamel, 13th November 1916 aged 30.. Private, Percival Raymond Dixon, Royal Marine Light Infantry, killed at Gallipoli, on 13/07/1915, aged 21. William Henry Hotchkin James Brambles, 1/5th East Lancs, Regiment, lived at 14 Hawthorne Avenue, Hull BONNER, ERNEST EDWARD (38), Master, SS Djerv, Mercantile Marine, †20/02/1918, Son of Emma Bonner, of Halton, 122, Etherington Rd., Beverley High Rd., Hull, and the late Henry Bonner, Charles Henry Brinham, 2nd West Riding Regiment. Charles Henry Brinham, 2nd West Riding Regiment. Private, John Henry Camplin, 1st EYR. Pte, Arthur Harrison, Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS ‘Bulwark’, 26/11/1914, aged 31. Sgt., Charles Dawson, DCM, 9th Northumberland Fusiliers, 8th August 1916, aged 29. Gunner, Arthur Bickers, RGA, 20/09/1918, aged 21. Private Joseph Edward Walsh, 13th East Yorkshire Regiment, of Scott Street, Hull, died 2nd January 1917, aged 30. Private, Arthur Richard Dannatt, 1/4th EYR,, killed at the Somme, on 24th September 1916, aged 23. Gunner, George Henry Saul, RGA,, died of wounds 10/10/1918, aged 26. Pte., Joseph Wildbore, 2nd EYR, 05/05/1915, aged 26. Lieut., Norman Lea Sissons, of North Ferriby, Yprkshire, served with the 11th East Yorkshire Regiment, killed 09/09/1916, aged 21. Cpl., George Peabody Hellyer, 5th Liverpool Regiment, 21/05/1915, aged 26. Gilbert Atkin, 2nd Suffolks 2/Lt., Henry Douglas Jackson, MC, 4th EYR, killed on 26/10/1916, aged 22. he lived at Leicester Street, Hull 2nd Lt., Fred Leonard Perrett, 17th Welsh Fusiliers died of wounds, on 01/12/1918, aged 27. A Wales International Prop forward and Hull FC Rugby League Player. Private, John Dodds, 13th EYR, killed at Serre, on 13/11/1916, aged 32. He lived at 1 Ash Grove , De La Pole Avenue, Hull, with his wife and daughter. Frank Cox Lt., Colonel, Henry Anderson LEMPRIERE DSO, 7th (Princess Royal’s) Dragoon Guards. He was a member of a well known, Hull family. His father being an AGENT For the Bank of England, in Hull, for many years. Jack Harrison, VC, MC Private, Francis Vowles, 12th EYR, killed in action on 24th July 1916, aged 17. Albert Thomas Marshall Edward Gohl, 11th EYR, killed on 23/12/1916, aged 27. Private, Joseph William Allen, (Croix de Guerre), 10th East Yorkshire Regiment. Died of wounds on 12th April 1918. Sergeant, Frank Cox Private, Harold Chapman, MM, 11th EYR, killed 20/07/1916, aged 20. He lived at 109 St Georges Road, Hull JOSEPH BELL MEGAHY, 11th EYR, killed 22/07/1916, aged 32. He was from Osbourne Street, Hull. Private, Ernest BEARFIELD, 11th EYR died of wounds 08/11/1917, aged 21. He lived at 9 Tunis Street, Hull. Private, Ernest BEARFIELD, 11th EYR, of 9 Tunis Street, Hull. Killed in a trench raid, at Fresnoy, on 08/11/1917, aged 21. Private, Frederick Cudbertson, 11th EYR, of 7 Fern Grove, Folkestone Street, Hull. Died of wounds, on 05/07. 1917, aged 24. PERCY M. C. HALL. Kenneth Hodgson, of 113 Durham Street, Hull. Private, Fred Hotchkin, 12th EYR, killed at Serre, on 13/11/1916, aged 22. His brother Ernest Hotchkin died in the same attack. They lived at 7 Sophia’s Terrace, Spyvee Street, Hull. Private, Ernest HOTCHKIN, 12th EYR. Killed at Serre, on 13/11/1916, aged 28. His brother Fred was killed the same day during the same attack Private, George Edwin Thompson, 11th EYR, killed at Arras, on 27/03/1918. aged 21. He lived at 63 Escourt Street, Hull Henry Moody Belton, Skipper of HMT ‘BEN BRAEC’, lost 12/04/1917, aged 56. George Laroche, HMS “Black Prince” Sergeant, Leonard Fussey, MM, 11th EYR, 28/07/1918, aged 22. Sergeant, Leonard Fussey, MM, 11th EYR, 28/07/1918, aged 22. Private, John Henry Archbutt, 12th EYR. Captain, Edgar Wilmer Walker, 1st EYR, 29/10/1914. Cecil Edward Leonard Garrod. WW1 Hull Lance Corporal, Lewis Edward Peek, 10th EYR, of 80 Summergangs, Hull. Killed 04/06/1916, aged 23. Edgar Hyde, of 47 Park Avenue, Hull. Served as Private, 1028, 10th EYR. Killed in Action, on 17/04/1916, aged 25 PRIVATE NORRIS ALEXANDER HUDSON, 12th EYR The Death Scroll of Private, Arthur George Eggleton Ada Bateman, wife of seaman, James Thomas Batty James Thomas Batty, RNR HMT ‘DE LA POLE’, lost 04/02/1916, aged 35. Eastbourne Street, Hull Gunner, George William Brown, RFA, from Warne, Hull, killed 04/04/1917, aged 20. Private, Frank Joseph Scott, 1/4th EYR, killed by a sniper, on 04/08/1916, aged 21. he lived at 23 Escourt Street, Hull Sgt., George Ernest Atkinson, 13/1181, 1st EYR, “B” Company, of 32 Colonial Street, Hull. He was engaged to be married when he was killed on 25/04/1918, aged 38. Private, Jack Cunningham, VC. Awarded Hull’s first Victoria Cross in WW1. Hull Pals. Second Lieutenant, Jack Harrison, VC, MC, of the East Yorkshire Regiment George Henry Green, Royal Army Service Corps. PRIVATE NORRIS ALEXANDER HUDSON, 12th EYR, killed by a sniper, on 12th June 1916, aged 26. Norris was one of four children to William and Lucy Hudson of 4 Cato Terrace, Lorne Street, Hull. PRIVATE, JOHN WILLIAM BOLDER 11/1136, buried at Benvillers Military Cemetery aged 29. Major, William Logan Ruthven East Yorkshire Regiment, killed at Cambrai 1917 Private, Richard Jarvis, 12th Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment, killed 17th August 1916, aged 36. Gunner, Albert Venus, RFA of 33 Gee Street, Hull. he was killed on 24/05/1915, aged 22. Second Lieutenant Charles Capes Boyle of Hull, 4th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment, killed 23 April 1917. Courtesy of Steve Bramley. Driver, Walter Frederick Barton, “C” Bty. 103rd Bde. Royal Field Artillery, killed 9th August 1917, aged 21. Husband of Sarah Elizabeth Barton, of 49, Lee Smith Street., Hedon Roadd., Hull. His headstone bears the inscription; “God Is His Own Interpreter.” James Farrand Dry Captain, Edgar Wilmer Walker, 1st EYR, 29/10/1914. Private, Walter Percy Busby, 11th EYR, 28/06/1917, aged 32. Private, Edgar Farfars enlisted in the East Yorkshire Regiment (1/4th Battalion), regimental number 203137, was wounded in action during battle.