Rank Archives: Corporal
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A1251 Corporal Henry Lightbown of Blackpool, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, killed at Gallipoli,19 August 1915, aged 18. Courtesy of Cathy Shepherd.
A1250 Corporal Adam Thomson, 7th Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, killed at Loos, 26th September, 1915. Courtesy of Cathy Shepherd.
A1125 Corporal Reginald Woodward, 1st Battalion, King’s (Liverpool Regiment), died Delville Wood, 27 July, 1916, photo taken around 1915. Courtesy of his great nephew, Brian Woodward.
G1147 Mixed Regiments group, c. 1918, including Royal West Surrrey, Royal Sussex, Royal Artillery and Yorkshire Regiment. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
F499 Corporal Walter Ames of Great Yarmouth, 7th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment, presumed dead 13 October 1915 aged 25, and his son, Walter. Courtesy of his great, great great niece, Hannah Thacker.
G1129 Corporal George Robert Wilson of Burton-on-Trent, 12th Battalion, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment), killed in action at Langmarck 16 August 1917, and pals. Courtesy of Paul Hawkins.
A1096 Corporal Peter S. Yorston of 1, Roseneath Terrace, Edinburgh, Royal Scots, died 10 June, 1917, aged 29. Courtesy of William Mearns.
G1105 Corporal Alfred Dolton (left) and pals, 1st Battalion, King’s (Liverpool) Regiment, Military Medal recipients, 1918. Courtesy of Terrie Robinson.
B896 Joseph Thursfield of Horninglow, 8th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, France. Courtesy of Geoffrey Thursfield.
A1081 Corporal Robert H. Cooper of Hull, 32nd Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. Courtesy of Phil Nichols.
U280 8th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, with George Henry John La Touche. Courtesy of Frank La Touche.
A990 Lance Corporal Arthur Fox, Certificate of Bravery, 5 Platoon, B Company 2nd Bradford Pals 18th (service) Battalion, The Prince of Wales’s Own West Yorkshire Regiment. Courtesy of Tony Laking.
F372 Thomas Kilby Keeley of Campden, 2nd 4th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 19 August 1917 (seated front with wife, Agnes). Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
G866 Sergeant George Porter of Alford (seated) and Cpl Harry Wordsworth of Gainsborough, 5th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Courtesy of Steve Bramley.