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Ian the man you mentioned below survived the war and married in 1920 however there is a T Schofield mentioned in the those who died records as being killed in action in mid January 2016 of the Royal Engineers this boy was born in leeds residing in castleford with his wife. Lots of times back in the day folk mixed upo a lads regiment you must remember the pals were still in Egypt at the time of the date on the postcard and didnt actually see action until the 01/07/1916 tfirst day of the Somme. I can dig deeper if you.
Ian Thompson says...Good eveningÂ Just found your excellent website and wondered if you could be of any assistance:Â Among my late grandfather's effects were a number of postcards relating to his mother's brother's family with whom he seemed to be in regular contact before the Great War. One of them (dated Feb 8 1916) shows a bespectacled young man in uniform and is addressed to his grandmother (also my grandfather's grandmother..) Â Â "How do you like this"Â Hoping you are wellÂ From your loving grandson Â Tom"Â In my grandfather's hand has been added the name " Schofield" and " Leeds Pals no known grave".Â I therefore take the picture to be his cousin Thomas (Tom) Schofield recorded in 1911 as living in Elford Grove and having been born in 1894. Â The trouble is I have not found a service record, medal card, notice of death or any document (CWGC etc) to back any of this up. Nor is he listed in Laurie Milner's book or on your list.Â I would be most grateful for any advice or indeed assistance you can give.Â In hope and thanking you in advanceÂ
Just found your excellent website and wondered if you could be of any assistance:
Among my late grandfather's effects were a number of postcards relating to his mother's brother's family with whom he seemed to be in regular contact before the Great War. One of them (dated Feb 8 1916) shows a bespectacled young man in uniform and is addressed to his grandmother (also my grandfather's grandmother..)
"How do you like this"
Hoping you are well
From your loving grandson
In my grandfather's hand has been added the name " Schofield" and " Leeds Pals no known grave".
I therefore take the picture to be his cousin Thomas (Tom) Schofield recorded in 1911 as living in Elford Grove and having been born in 1894.
The trouble is I have not found a service record, medal card, notice of death or any document (CWGC etc) to back any of this up. Nor is he listed in Laurie Milner's book or on your list.
I would be most grateful for any advice or indeed assistance you can give.
In hope and thanking you in advance
In St Peters - Leeds is a memorial to Sergeants of the The Leeds Rifles who died in WW1. Former members of the regiment who died attached to other regiments are also shown. One of these is shown as 2/Lt E Potts. I think this person is 2/Lt William Edgar Potts who won the MM when a Lance Sergeant with the 2/8th Battalion in 1917. He was subsequently promoted to 2/Lt in the 5th Battalion WYR and was attached to the 15th Battalion WYR. He was killed on 13th April 1918. His name is recorded on the Ploeg Steert Memorial and in the roll of honour for former boys of the Leeds Modern School.
Unable to open St Aidan's Elford Place page properly - no images.
Alhabetical list seems only to go to "Hops"
remembering your sacrifice. Hope you are resting in peace - Thomas William Richmond father of my dear grandma Ellen.
Dear Thomas died 27 August 1917 at Passchendaele. Commemorated on Tyne Cot memorial
My Grandfather is to be commemorated on the Headingley War Memorial and there is to be a rededication on the 2nd April 2017 Sapper Reginald Wright' is currently being placed on the appropriate name plaque and the memorial is to be cleaned and pointed. His name will on this memorial for the first time in 99 years.
Although, at first, I thought my grandfather (Reginald Wright) had been given an additional initial, as the name on the Memorial was shown as R. A. Wright. However, I subsequently discovered that, Sergeant R. A. Wright of The Royal Warwickshire Regiment was rightfully on the Memorial and also had a seat dedicated to him at Leeds Minster. Moves to add my grandfather's name to the Headingley War Memorial has been through the support of many people but Leeds City Council have shown fantastic determination to ensure we would achieve our goal. The ceremony is initially planned for the 2nd April 2017 at 10.45 am.
I have been trying for years to find out where my grandmothers brothers are commemorated, and thanks to your site I now know. Harry and Herbert Downing, listed on the memorial in St Saviour, Richmond Hill. Thank you so much!
I have a photo of Alfred Preston Lonnergan that I would like to post n this site, how do I go about it?
I don't think the surname, Swage, is your great grandfather according to appropriate details below.
The surname Swage is on the Imperial War Museum site as Reilly Swage, R. P. :War Memorials name reference: 52527.
If you go into the Imperial War Museum/Memorials web site under the Headingley War Memorial you are able to view all names. My grandfather has an extra initial on the Headingley War Memorial, itself which is incorrect but the IWM have listed him correctly.
I hope this is of help.
Verity Ferguson says...Hello DaveI note that my great grandfather, Norman Savage, of Headingley is not recorded on the Headingley War Memorial but the word Swage is - do you think this was a transcription error? He is on the Headingley Methodist Church's internal memorial as a member of that church. I can give you full details of his war record if you want them.He died aged 38 on 30.10.1918, at Le Cateau.
I note that my great grandfather, Norman Savage, of Headingley is not recorded on the Headingley War Memorial but the word Swage is - do you think this was a transcription error? He is on the Headingley Methodist Church's internal memorial as a member of that church. I can give you full details of his war record if you want them.He died aged 38 on 30.10.1918, at Le Cateau.
Re: The War Memorial at Armley Park (Gott's Park ,emorial); There is a reference to a 'J. Gledhill' * data unknown; I think that this refers to 'John Edward Gledhill' Private J E Gledhill Reg No: 201527 1st Battalion - Royal Scots Fusiliers killed in Action 26th Sept 1017 at the Battle of Polygon wood , Passchendaele. He was born in Holbeck Leeds in Jan 1887 to James and Mary Jane Gledhill; Hope that this is useful to you Graham
PS John E Gledhill is remembered at the RSF museum in Glasgow and he has a commemorative inscription at Tyne Cot cemetery on Tablet 60 / 61.