Awarded the DFC in the New Year's Honours List 1919
My Grandad James Lawes had arrived in Doncaster from Norwich in 1912. He joined the KOYLI and came...
Once rejected for pilot duties - Frederick gets his Airship Wings!
58 Squadron's sword dancing violinist
"What men they were, we shall not see their like again"
Bombardier Joseph Butler MM
Thomas Chatterton was a coal miner who enlisted early in the War and though wounded survived to tell...
Isaac Hargreaves only served for five months before falling in battle.
William H. Cockerton went from Stainforth to France, joiner to artilleryman.
Private J. J. Glasbey reported wounded and missing in October 1917.