On Friday 6th November 1914 the Bradford Daily Telegraph published a list of the first 1000 men to enlist in what was to become the 16th Battalion (1st Bradford Pals).
 
Listed here Surnames from that list beginning C with further detail of the man concerned.
 
CAIN, Harry – Clerk
 
MIC: Cpl North’d Fusiliers 58959 – ASC S4/145930
 
b. Bradford. Son of Edward.
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records:  16/562 Enl. 22/9/14 Age 19 yrs 138 days. Clerk b Bradford. Transferred AS Corps 13/11/15.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
CALVERT, Albert – Warehouseman
 
MIC: Pte 16/831 - Died
 
b. Bradford 1896 Son of Benjamin and Margaret Ann Calvert.
 
1911: 20 Agar Street, Girlington Bradford. Age 15 Spinner (Worsted)
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 20 Agar Street, Bradford. Died 28/11/1918
d. 28/11/1918
CWGC: CALVERT, A
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/381
Date of Death: 28/11/1918
Regiment/Service: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) 16th Bn.
Cemetery: BERLIN SOUTH-WESTERN CEMETERY
 
CALVERT, Joseph – Draper’s Assistant.
 
MIC: Pte 16/84 – 2 Lt KOYLI
1920: 32 Victoria Street, Heckmondwike.
 
b. Heckmondwike 1895. Son of Herbert and Lucy Calvert.
 
1911: 32 Victoria Street, Heckmondwike. Age 16 “Apprentice to Draper Shopkeeper”
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
u/k
 
CANNON, Horace – Motor Engineer - Albert Medal
 
MIC: Not confirmed
 
b. Bradford 1896. Son of John and Leila Cannon
 
1911: 22 Elmsall Street, Bradford. Age 15 “Learner Mechanic”.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 31 Burlington Terrace, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
CARTER, Frank Benjamin - Printer
 
MIC: Pte 16/689 – Transf Z A.R.
 
b. Bradford 7/2/1896. Son of Herbert and Agnes Carter.
 
1911: 74 Lupton Street, Bradford.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 74 Lupton Street, Bradford. L/Cpl 16 West Yorks.
 
m. 22/8/1923 to Mabel Dooley. St Andrew’s Bradford.
 
d. Bradford 1966. Age 70.
 
CARTER, Herbert Cyril – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte 16/38 - Disch
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
CARTER, John Foster – Engineers Agent
 
MIC: None found.
 
b. Bradford 1885. Son of Charles R and Mary Carter.
 
1911: 14 St Margaret’s Terrace, Bradford. Age 26 Engine Maker (Fitter).
 
Service Records: 16/937. Enl. 24/9/15 Age 29 Yrs 310 Days b. Bradford. Engineers Agent. Attached for duty with Wilson Armstrong Whitworth 29/4/15. Disch 10/1/19 186 Beechroyd, Clayton Road, Lidget Green, Bradford (xxva).
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
CARTER, William Henry – Grocer
 
MIC: Pte 16/131 – Pte North’d Fusiliers 40903. Class Z 22/1/19
 
b. 18 May 1892 Bradford. Son of John and Ada Carter.
 
1911: 3 Brearton St. Bradford. Age 19 Grocer and Baker.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 25 Hanover Square, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
CARTLEDGE, Arthur – Warehouseman
 
(Brother to: Joseph Cartledge 16/1080).
 
MIC: Pte 16/909 – Labour Corps Pte 339864
 
b. Bradford. 1890 Son of Thomas James and Susanna Cartledge.
 
1911: 5 Maw street, Bradford. Age 20 “Stuff Warehouseman”.
 
Service Records:  None found.
 
m. Clara Newman. Bradford 1915.
Son b 1917 Beaumont Hamel Cartledge.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 269 Rooley Lane, Bradford.
 
d. Bradford. 1936 Age 46.
 
CARTLEDGE, Joseph - Warehouseman
 
Brother to 16/909 Arthur Cartledge.
 
MIC: L/Cpl 16/1080 – Pte Labour Corps 254708 - Z 20/3/19
 
b. Bradford 1885. Son of Thomas James and Susanna Cartledge.
 
m. 4/6/1906 Amy Horsfield. St Peter’s Church, Bradford.
 
1911: 22 Exeter St, Bradford. Age
 
Service Records:
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 22 Exeter Street, Otley Road, Bradford.
 
d. Bradford 1961. Age 76.
 
CASEMORE, Harold - Mechanic
 
MIC: Pte 16/14 – Home Service
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: Not found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 44 Marshfield St, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
CATCHPOLE, John – Motor Mechanic
 
MIC: None found.
 
b. Bradford 1876. Son of John and Ann Catchpole.
 
m. Bertha Plosch 22/7/05. Bradford.
 
1911: 36 Chatham Street, Otley road, Bradford. Age 35 “Public Barman Hotel” Wife Bertha b. Munich, Germany.
 
Service Records: Pte 16/3 – Sgt Trng Bn 89 TR5/76039.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
COULDWELL, Alfred – Warp Dresser
 
MIC: Not found
 
b. Bradford 1891. Son of Caleb Pearson and Sarah Jane Couldwell.
 
1911: 16 Great Russell St, Bradford. Age 20 Warp Dresser
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Couldwell – Pte 16 West Yorks. Enl. 21/9/14
 
d. Bradford 1938. Age 48.
 
CHAMBERS, Daniel – Drayman
 
MIC: Sjt 16/1012 - Discharged
 
b. Jersey, Channel Islands. 1872.
 
m. Florence Ingham Blackburn. Registry Office, Bradford. 22/5/1897.
 
1911: 26 Ebor street, Little Horton Lane, Bradford. Age 39 Carter for Midland Railway.
 
Service Records: 16/1012 enl. 25/9/14 Age 42 yrs 82 days Drayman of 15 Ebor Street. Posted Depot 11/7/16. Transfer W 3/7/17 For employment with Midland Rly Bradford/ Disch 12/11/17 392 xvi (Shell Shock).
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 15 Ebor Street, Bradford. Sgt 16 Bn
 
d. Bradford 1948. Age 77.
 
CHILD, George W
 
MIC: Cpl – Col Sgt 16/1082 – CQM Sgt Yorks & Lancs 51872 – ASC EMT/57936
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 108 Maperton Road, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
CHILTON, William – Printer
 
MIC: Pte 16/703 – Pte 63317 Royal Defence Corps. Disch.
 
b. Bradford 1892 Son of Alexander and Mary Ann Chilton.
 
1911: Post Office 205/7 Great Horton Road, Bradford. Age 18 Printer.
 
Service Records: 16/703 Enl 23/9/14 Age 21 Yrs 336 Days. Printer. Disch. 7/11/17 (xvi) GSW Left Hand.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 12 Cornwall Terrace, Bradford.
 
d. Bradford 1980 Age 87.
 
CHIPPENDALE, Alfred – Carter
 
MIC: 1 W York Sjt 16/838 – Z 17/2/19
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 97 Ingleby Street, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
CLARK, George Alfred – Cashier
 
MIC: Not found
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
CLARK, Joseph – Driver
 
MIC: Pte (A/Sgt) 16/833 – Cpl 607719 Labour Corps
 
b. Bradford 1887.
 
1911: 77 Thorpe Street, Bradford. Age 24 “Carter”. Wife Mary. Daughter Ethel.
 
Service Records: 16/833 Enl. 23/9/14 - Age 31 Yrs 158 Days. Driver. Posted Depot 7/6/1917.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 77 Thorpe Street, Shearbridge Road, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
CLARK, Leonard – Card Grinder
 
MIC: Pte/Sgt 16/711 – 60768 North’d Fusiliers – Sgt E. Yorks 58595 – Disch Class Z.
 
b. Oldham, Lancs 1887. Son of John Thomas and Eliza Clark.
 
1911: 87 Legrams Terrace, Bradford. Age 24 Card Grinder.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
CLARK, Thomas Whitfield – Compositor
 
MIC: Pte 16/601 – Pte 64429 North’d Fusiliers. Class Z.
 
b. 4/5/1895 - Bradford. Son of William Henry and Eliza Clark.
 
1911: 130 Midland Road, Bradford. Age 15 “Printer”.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 130 Midland Road, Bradford.
 
d. 1987 Bradford. Age 91.
 
CLAYTON, George – Woolsorter
 
MIC:  T/2 Lt 1st West Yorks – T/Lt RFC died 17/10/1916
70 Oakleigh Road, Bradford.
 
b. Bradford 1894. Son of Herbert and Florence Clayton.
 
1911: 33 Warrenton Place, Bradford. Age 17 Wool Sorters Apprentice.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. 17/10/1916
 
CWGC: CLAYTON, GEORGE
Rank: Lieutenant
Date of Death: 17/10/1916 Age: 23
Regiment/Service: Royal Flying Corps 11th Sqdn. and West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own).
Cemetery: H.A.C. CEMETERY, ECOUST-ST. MEIN
Additional Information: Son of Herbert and Florence Clayton, of 70, Oakleigh Rd., Clayton, Bradford.
 
CLAYTON, John – Woolsorter
 
MIC: Pte 16/815 – Trans Z A.R.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
CLEVELAND, Phillip – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte 16/700 – Pte North’d Fusiliers 60823 – Class Z
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
CLIFF, Henry – Wool Salesman
 
MIC: Sjt 16/708 West Yorks attached AGS - Z 15/5/19
 
b. Bradford 1891 Son of Samuel Wright and Eliza Cliff.
 
1911: 23 Greaves Street, Park Lane, Bradford. Age 20 “Wool Salesman”.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 236 Exeter Street, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
CLOUGH, Albert  - Clerk
 
MIC: Pte 16/497 - Disc
 
b. Bradford 1889.
 
1911: 30 Chislehurst Place, Little Horton, Bradford. Age 22 Manufacturers Clerk.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
CLOUGH, Charlie – Warehouseman
 
MIC: Pte 16/275 – Transf Z A.R.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 122 Bowling Old Lane, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
CLOUGH, Edmund – Turner
 
MIC: L/Cpl 16/666 – Pte ASC M/381233 - Disch.
 
b. Bradford 1882.
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: Enl. 22/9/14 Turner Age 32. (Burned records)
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 7 Chestnut Street, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
CLOUGH, Morris – Clothiers Manager
 
MIC: Lt West Yorks – Capt. West Yorks – Killed (missing) 25/4/1918.
Father: G.H. Clough, 64 Bowling Park Drive, Bradford.
 
b. Bradford 1892. Son of George Henry and Jane Clough.
 
1911: 64 Bowling Park Lane, Bradford. Age 19 “Assisting in Business”
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 64 Park Drive Capt. 1/5 West Yorks.
 
d. 25/4/1918
CWGC: CLOUGH, MORRIS
Rank: Captain
Date of Death: 25/04/1918 Age: 25
Regiment: 18th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
 Memorial: TYNE COT MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Mrs. J. Clough, of 64, Bowling Park Drive, Bradford.
 
CLOUGH, Sam – Clerk
 
MIC: Not found
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
CLOUGH, Squire – Clerk
 
MIC: Cpl 16/707 – Kil in A
 
b. Bradford 1895. Son of Josiah and Annis Clough.
 
1911: 9 Woodland Terrace, Stanningley. Age 16 “Clerk in Worsted Mill”
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 29 Lister Avenue, Bradford.
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: CLOUGH, SQUIRE
 
Rank: Corporal
Service No: 16/707
Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Age: 21
Regiment: 16th Bn West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Josiah and Annis Clough, of 29, Lister Avenue, Wakefield Rd., Bradford, Yorks.
 
COCKITT, Greenhough – Tram Conductor
 
Brother to William Henry Cockitt
 
MIC: Pte 16/946 – Disch.
 
b. Bradford 1887. Son of William and Mary Jane Cockitt.
 
1911: 5 Jennings Place, Bradford. Age 24 “Wool Washer”.
 
m. Kate Ellen Sharp St. Colombia, Bradford 17/4/1911
 
Service Records: 16/946 - Enl. 24/9/14 Age 27 yrs 174 days. Tram Conductor. Posted Depot 6/7/1916. Discharged 19/12/1917 392 (xvi) GSW Neck and L Shoulder. To 73 Copthorne Road, Gt. Horton, Bradford.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 73 Copthorne Road, Bradford.
 
d. Leeds 1932. Age 45.
 
COCKITT, William Henry – Tramway Conductor
Brother of 16/946 Greenhough Cockitt.
 
MIC: Yorkshire Regt 21934
47 Copthorne Road, Gt. Horton, Bradford.
 
b. Bradford 1892. Son of William and Mary Jane Cockitt.
 
1911: 5 Jennings Place, Bradford. Age 19 “BCT (Note: Bradford City Tramways) Parcels Department”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 47 Copthorne Road, Bradford.
 
Emigrated to Canada 1927. “Albertic”.
 
d. Possibly in Toronto, Canada  (after 1965 – Toronto electoral List.)
 
COCKROFT, John Pearson - Butcher
 
MIC: Pte 16/997 – North’d Fusiliers 60733 – Class Z
 
b. Bradford 1894. Son of John Benjamin and Hanna Cockroft.
 
1911: 17 Southey Place, Bradford. Age
 
Service Records:
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
m. Eva Taylor Bradford (Cathedral) 21/12/1920.
d. Bradford 1954 Age 60.
 
COE, Frederick William – Clerk
 
MIC: Not found
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
COE, Harold Glover – Draper’s Apprentice.
 
MIC: Pte 16/130 - Dead
 
b. Pudsey 1898. Son of Fred and Hannah Coe.
 
1911: “Oakroyd” Lidget Hill, Pudsey. Age 13 Student.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: COE, HAROLD GLOVER
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/130
Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Age: 19
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Fred Coe, J.P., of Toft House, Pudsey, Leeds.
 
COE, Harry – Piece Overlooker
 
MIC: Pte 16/17 – Disch.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 9 Thorne street, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
COE, Tom Walter – Caretaker
 
MIC: Pte 16/661 Disch. 28/4/17 Sickness
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 49 Kensington Street, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
COLBRIDGE, Robert Gilderdale – Weaving Overlooker
 
MIC: Pte Lincolnshire Regt. 33384 – Lab Corps 24123
 
b. Bradford 1894 Son of William Thomas and Annis Colbridge.
 
1911:
 
m. Sarah Emma Hutchinson at Tong Church, Bradford. 14 June 1913.
 
Service Records: 16/396 Enl. 21/9/14 Age 20 yrs 334 days. Weaving Overlooker 40 Rusholme Street, Bradford. Disch 12.2.1915 392 (iii) (c) Deafness. Subsequently re-enlisted Lincolnshire Regiment 33384 28/2/1917. T’ferred 41 Coy Labour Corps (24123) 14/5/1917. Disch. 25/4/19 to 40 Rusholme Street, Rooley Lane, Dudley Hill, Bradford.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 40 Rusholme Street, Bradford.
 
d. Worth Valley 1968 Age 74.
 
COLLETT, Joseph – Dyer’s Labourer
 
MIC: Pte 16/1026 – Lab Corps 575955 and 579555.
 
b. Batley 1885. Son of Joshua Gill and Ruth Collett (nee Sharp)
 
1911: 54 Newall Street, Bradford. Age 25 “Dyehouse Labourer”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 81 Bramley Street, Bradford.
 
d. Bradford 1940. Age 55.
 
COMBER, John Smedley – Articled Pupil
 
MIC: Pte 16/30 – Royal Engineers 327964 – Labour Corps 339872 – Scottish Rifles 55044.
 
b. 1880 Baildon. Son of Thomas and Ann Comber.
 
1911: School Yard, Undercliffe. Age 30 “Architect for City Council”
 
Service Records: 16/30 Enl. 21/9/14 Age 34 Yrs 83 Days. Architect. Posted Depot 3/7/1916. Slightly wounded 1916 France. GSW Shoulder - France 1916.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 15 Ash Mount, Great Horton, Bradford.
 
d. Bradford. 10 July 1956. Age 76.
 
CONROY, Joseph Harold – Seal Finisher
 
MIC: Pte – Cpl 16/77 Disch.
 
b. Bradford 1893. Son of Herbert and Kate Conroy.
 
1911: 46 Beamsley Street, Manningham, Bradford. Age 18 Seal Finisher.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 30 Temple Street, Bradford. Sgt 1st West Yorks.
 
d. Bradford 1942. Age 49.
 
CONSTABLE, Alfred – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte 16/514 – D.O.W.
 
b. 1892 Bradford. Son of Alfred and Mary Constable.
 
1911: 89 Whetley Hill, Bradford. Age 19
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 89 Whetley Hill, Bradford.
 
d. 27/6/1916
CWGC: CONSTABLE, ALFRED
Rank: Lance Corporal
Service No: 16/514
Date of Death: 27/06/1916 Age: 25
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
DOULLENS COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION NO. 1
Additional Information: Son of Alfred and Mary Constable, of Bradford, Yorks.
 
CONSTABLE, John – Velvet Finisher
 
John Constable - Velvet finisher. b. Preston Lancs. Enl 26 June 1911 in 6 West Yorks (TF). Father John George Constable of 190 Chassum Street, Manningham, Bradford. Employed by Lister & Co. Bradford. Reg. no. 1204 and 240066. Served 1/6 West Yorks. GSW Head May 1915. No record of serving with 16 Bn.  Only John Constable who fits.
 
COOKE, Charles – Boot Salesman
 
MIC: Sjt 403 – Labour Corps 22207
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 159 Sticker Lane, Sgt 16 West Yorks.
 
d. u/k
 
COOKE, John – Combing Turner
 
MIC:  Cook. John - Pte 16/788 – Z 30/3/19
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
COOPER, Amos – Turner
 
MIC: None found
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 72 Mildred Street, Otley Road. Pte 16 West Yorks enl. 22/9/14.
 
d. u/k
 
COOPER, John Samuel – Musician
 
MIC: A/Sgt 16/759 – TR Res Bn TR/5/76065
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 7 Cornwall Terrace, Bradford. Sgt 16 West Yorks Enl. 23/9/14
 
d. u/k
 
COPE, Edward – Boot Retailer
 
MIC: Sgt 16/249 - Dead
 
b. Queensbury, Bradford.
 
1911: 42a New Cross Street, West Bowling, Bradford. Age 30 Boot Repairer.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 97 Marsh Street, Bradford. Sgt 16 West Yorks. Died May 1917
 
d.3/5/1917
CWGC: COPE, EDWARD
Rank: Serjeant
Service No: 16/249
Date of Death: 03/05/1917
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Memorial: ARRAS MEMORIAL
 
COPE, Herbert – Warehouseman
 
MIC: Pte A/Sgt 16/429 – Labour Corps 374112 – Z 5/5/19
 
b. Bradford 1897. Son of William and Kate Cope.
 
1911: 460 Wakefield Road, Bradford. Age 14 Mill Hand.
 
Service Records: 16/429. Enl. 21/9/14 Age 19 Yrs 360 Days. Warehouseman. Posted Depot 16/7/1916. Posted 12 Bn 19/11/16. Transferred Labour Corps 4/10/17. Disch. 5/5/19. GSW Back 1916.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
CORLESS, Fred – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte – L/Cpl 16/52 – RE 198249 – Z Res 11.3.19
 
b. Bingley 1894. Son of Alfred and Susannah Corless. Brother of 16/544 Harry Corless
 
1911: Eldwick. Age 17 “Clerk in Stuff Warehouse (Worsted)
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. Bradford 1943. Age 49.
 
CORLESS, Harry – Groom
 
MIC: Pte 16/544 – Class Z
 
b. Bingley 1893. Son of Alfred and Susannah Corless. Brother of 16/52 Fred Corless
 
1911: 57 Cliffe Street, Keighley. Age 18. “Apprentice (Manufacturing of Worsted Cloths)
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
CORRY, Egbert John – Traveller
 
MIC: Lt West Yorks – Address: 1. Weetwood, Menston, Wharfedale.
2. Bootham Park Hospital, Yorks.
 
b. Bradford 1884. Son of Thomas Andrew and Frances Mary Corry.
 
1911: 11 Park Grove, Frizinghall, Bradford. Age 27 “Salesman Merchants”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 18/3/1920
CWGC: CORRY, E J
Rank: Lieutenant
Date of Death: 18/03/1920
Regiment: West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: OTLEY (NEWALL-WITH-CLIFTON AND LINDLEY) CEMETERY
 
CRABTREE, Herbert Bellamy – Fishmonger
 
MIC: L/Cpl – Sgt 16/740 – Disch.
 
b. Bradford 1879. Son of Joseph and Elizabeth A Crabtree.
 
m. 17 March 1902 to Martha Tiffany at St. Andrews’s Church, Bradford.
 
1911: 2 Marley Street, Leeds Road, Bradford. Widowed Age 33 “Fish Salesman”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 20 Annison Street, Bradford.
 
d. Bradford 1932. Age 55.
 
CRABTREE, Leonard – Stuff Presser
 
MIC: Pte 16/609 – K in A
 
b. Halifax 1892. Son of Walter and Ada Crabtree.
 
1911: 16 Lytton Road, Girlington, Bradford. Age 19 “Apprentice Stuff Presser”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 969 Thornton Road, Bradford.
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: CRABTREE, LEONARD
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/609
Date of Death: 01/07/1916
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
 
CRAVEN, Ernest – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte 16/305 – Cpl Army Pay Corps 23925 - Z
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 18 Anvil St, Bradford. Signaller 16 West Yorks.
 
d. u/k
 
CRAVEN, George Willie – Dyer’s Labourer
 
MIC: Pte 16/806 – Pres. Dead.
 
b. Saddleworth, Yorks. 1886. Son of Charles W and Ruth Craven.
 
1911: 81 Penarth Road, Grangetown, Cardiff. Age 25 “Labourer”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: CRAVEN, GEORGE WILLIE
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/806
Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Age: 31
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: SERRE ROAD CEMETERY No. 3, PUISIEUX
Additional Information: Husband of Cecily Craven, of 11, Oxford Terrace, Siddal, Halifax.
 
CRAVEN, John Milton
 
MIC: Pte 16/1081 – Pte Labour Corps 618174
 
b. 1878 Bradford.
 
1911: not found
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
CRAVEN, Sam Willie – Draper
 
MIC: Not found.
 
b. Bradford 1896. Son of  Albert and Caroline Craven.
 
1911: 21 Duncombe Street, Bradford. Age 14 “Pawnbroker’s Assistant”.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Samuel W. 1 Duncombe Street, Bradford. Pte 16 West Yorks. Enl. 1 Sep 1914.
 
d. Ewecross, Yorks 1973. Age 77.
 
CROCKER, James Norman – Agricultural Pupil
 
MIC:  Pte 529 – Pte Lab Corps 555959
 
b. Bingley 1894. Son of James M and Florence Crocker.
 
1911: Wingate Hill, Tadcaster Age 16 “Learning Farming”
(1901 118 Main Street, Bingley. Father James a Surgeon).
 
Service Records: 16/529 Enl. 22/9/14 Age 19 yrs 292 Days. Agricultural Pupil b. Bingley. Posted Depot 5/7/16 Hosp. Manchester 5/7/16 – 22/7/16 Keighley War Hospital 22/7/16 – 27/10/16 GSW Finger & Thigh. Keighley War Hosp. 17/8/17 – 29/1/18 GSW L Hand & Trench Fever. Proceeded on farm work to Hill Farm, Tadcaster 6/2/18. Disch. 7/4/19.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
m. Isabella Isherwood. Skipton 1924.
 
d. Bradford 1975 Age 80.
 
CROFT, Harold – Bookbinder
 
MIC: Pte 16/358 – Class Z
 
b. Bradford 1894. Son of James T. and Agnes Croft.
 
1911: 97 Maidstone Street, Bradford. Age 17 “Apprentice Bookbinder”.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 97 Maidstone Street, Bradford.
 
d. Keighley 1943. Age 49.
 
CROMWELL, Garfield – Barman
 
MIC: Pte 16/475 – K in A
 
b. Bradford.
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: CROMWELL, GARFIELD
Rank: Private
Service No: 475
Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Age: 24
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: SERRE ROAD CEMETERY No. 1
Additional Information: Son of John William and Sarah Ann Cromwell, of 11, Hastings Place, Marshfields, Bradford, Yorks.
 
CROOKES, Arthur John – Warehouseman
 
MIC: Pte 16/145 – Z Res 16/5/19
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
CROSDALE, Daniel – Labourer
 
MIC: Pte 21988 Yorkshire Regiment
 
b. Middlesborough 1889. Son of John and Sarah A. Crosdale.
 
m. 30 March 1907 Ethel Butler St Peter’s Church, Bradford. Address at time 21 Bold Street, Bradford.
 
1911: 25 Wrose Hill Terrace, Windhill, Shipley. Age 22 “Labourer”. Wife Ethel.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. Wharfedale 1960. Age 72.
 
CROSSLAND, Harry – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte – A/Cpl 16/991 Pres. Dead
 
b. Birkenshaw 1883. Son of George William and Martha Crossland.
 
m. Florence Elstub 12/1/1907 St Paul’s Birkenshaw. Harry address at time 190 Tong Street, Bradford.
 
1911: Bradford Rd, Birkenshaw. Age 27 “Clerk Commercial”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. 3/5/1917
CWGC: CROSSLAND, HARRY
Rank: Lance Corporal
Service No: 16/991
Date of Death: 03/05/1917 Age: 34
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Memorial: ARRAS MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of George William and Martha Crossland; husband of Florence Crossland, of Croft Bank, Birkenshaw, Bradford.
 
CROSSLEY, Lewis – Cashier
 
MIC: Cpl 16/119 – Class Z 26/6/19
 
b. Bradford 1883. Son of Lewis and Charlotte Crossley.
 
1911: 61 Queens Road, Bradford. Age 28 “Cashier”.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 71
 
d. Bradford 1965. Age 82.
 
CRYER, John Henry Ernest – Carter
 
MIC: Pte 16/863 – Pres. Dead
 
b. Halifax 1893. Son of George H and Sarah A Cryer.
 
1911: 16 Henry Street, Off Tyes Street, Shipley. Age 18 “Coal Hawker”.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: CRYER, JOHN HENRY ERNEST
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/863
Date of Death: 01/07/1916
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
 
CULLODEN, Herbert – Accountant
(Brother to: 16/446 Edgar Culloden)
 
MIC: Pte 16/209 – Class P 31/10/16 Sickness
 
b. Bradford 1894. Son of  William and Mary T. Culloden.
 
1911: 11 Fairbank Road, Bradford. Age 20 “Accountant’s clerk”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 11 Fairbank Road, Bradford.
 
d. Newton Abbott, Devon. 1949. Age 57.
 
CULLODEN, Edgar – Warehouseman
(Brother to: 16/209 Herbert Culloden)
 
MIC: Pte 16/446 – Sapper RE 350219
 
b. Bradford 1893. Son of  William and Mary T. Culloden.
 
1911: 11 Fairbank Road, Bradford. Age 18 “Accountant’s clerk”
 
Service Records: 16/446 Enl. 21/9/14 Age 21 yrs 253 Days. Warehouseman. B, Manningham, Bradford. Posted Depot 6/7/16. Transferred RE 14/6/18 Disch. 29/1/19 Para 392 (xvi a) Wounded severe France 1916.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 11 Fairbank Road, Bradford.
 
m. 12/8/22 Eva Sharratt, Greenhill Wesleyan Chapel, Bradford Moor, Bradford. Address at time 108 Whetley Hill, Bradford.
 
d. Honiton, Devon. 1976 age 83.
 
CULLING, Thomas – Dyer’s Labourer
(Brother to: 16/904 William Alfred Culling)
 
MIC: Pte 16/230 – North’d Fusiliers 60820 – Class Z
 
b. Bradford 1896. Son of George and Mary Ann Culling.
 
1911: 13 Hoxton Street, Bradford. Age 15 “Millhand”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. Bradford. 1944. Age 49.
 
CULLING, William Alfred – Warehouseman
 
(Brother to: 16/230 Thomas Culling)
MIC: Wm. A Culling Sjt 16/904 K in A
 
b. Bradford. 1888. Son of George and Mary Ann Culling.
 
m. Clara Firth. 30 July 1910. Manningham St Paul.
 
1911: 52 Naples St Bradford. Age 23. Warehouseman.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 27/7/1916
CWGC: CULLING, W A
Rank: Serjeant
Service No: 16/904
Date of Death: 27/07/1916 Age: 27
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: ST. VAAST POST MILITARY CEMETERY, RICHEBOURG-L'AVOUE
Additional Information: Husband of Clara Culling, of 76, Fairbank Rd., Toller Lane, Manningham, Bradford.
 
CUSSINS, George – Police Constable – DCM. MSM
 
MIC: 1. Sgt – A/WO1 16/842 Class Z
2. Cussins - DCM
3. Cussins DCM – Awarded MSM (Meritorious Service Medal) Coy S/M – 17 June 1918.
 
b. Nunnington, Yorks. 1888. Son of George and Frances E.
 
1911: 41 Market Street, Bingley. Age 23 “Police Constable”.
 
Pension Records: 16/842 Cussins extra pension through DCM.
 
DCM Citation: 16/842. A/CSM. G. Cussins. For conspicuous courage and ability throughout the campaign. He has shown admirable coolness and pluck in times of stress. He took charge when his officer was wounded and organised his line, although wounded. He subsequently did valuable work as Regimental Serjt-Major (22/9/16)
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
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