Arthur Hepworth buried in Hyde Park Cemetery

This man did not serve abroad in WW1 so he has no Medal Index Card.

In my role as a Remote Volunteer for IWM’s Lives of the First World War website I have created a Life Story for Rifleman Hepworth. https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/7678506

 

William Alfred Green buried in Hyde Park Cemetery

As this man appears not to have served abroad he has no Medal Index Card.

In my role as a Remote Volunteer for the IWM’s Lives of the First World War website I have created a life story for Gunner Green. https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/7678504  Stories and images can be added to this page completely free.

There is also an interesting family tree page for this man on Ancestry https://www.ancestry.co.uk/family-tree/person/tree/7082917/person/130002379337/facts

 

Tom Foster Royal Engineers buried Doncaster Hyde Park Cemetery

Tom’s health had been poor prior to enlisting, but he initially reported gaining weight and feeling better than before. Sadly he was admitted to hospital in Cambridge coughing blood. He was discharged, ‘No longer fit for military service’ in Feb 1916 and died in April 1916. The diagnosis was TB of the lungs.
He is buried in Hyde Park Cemetery, Doncaster.
https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/7677651
http://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/412071/FOSTER,%20T

Ernest Bescoby – buried in Doncaster (Hyde Park) Cemetery

This man has no Medal Index Card that I have found.

His Soldiers’ Effects record show he died in Femoy – maybe in the Military Hospital.  His widow was Annie E – backtracking a man of this name married Annie E Brookfield in Doncaster in 1915.

Here is his record on Lives of the First World War:

https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/7675956

 

Seth Bell – CWGC buried in Doncaster (Hyde Park) Cemetery

No evidence of Medal Index Card (only men who served abroad were entitled to medals in WW1).

Buried IX. 457. in Doncaster (Hyde Park) Cemetery.

Remembered on Lives of the First World War:

https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/LifeStory/7675955

 

 

Colin Spencer Heppenstall Born in Barnsley

This man is mentioned in the Barnsley Chronicle.

10/11/1917 Pic P1 P8 12/10/1918 P4

https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/5283818

Born in Stairfoot, Barnsley. Not on any of our Barnsley war memorials,  probably because his wife and mother are both in Doncaster after the war, according to his Service Records.

 

 

William Arthur Maw

William Arthur Maw was born in Wroot in 1893/4 to Thomas Abraham Maw and his wife Ellen, nee Whiteley. William Arthur married Emily Nussey on 24 May 1917 in Wroot and was killed in Belgium on 15 August 1917.  He was only 24 years old.