If any of his comrades see this announcement and can throw any light on this matter, they would be doing a kindly act if they will communicate with the anxious parents.
Great Uncle Harold Scott 1896 to 1917 Articles in the Craven Herald Article: 11 May 1917 SCOTT – April 30th 1917, killed in action in France, Gunner Harold Scott, R.F.A., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scott, Skipton, aged 21 years. SKIPTON’S ROLL OF HONOUR – GUNNER HAROLD SCOTT, […]
Do you have a railway worker ancestor? By visiting the National Railway Museum website you may be able to obtain information on your ancestor. Their list of fallen soldiers includes name, rank, railway company and department, railway occupation, and other information. My husbands ancestor – John William Whitfield (15.6.1891 – 9.10.1917) […]