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 beginning D with further detail.
 
DACEY, William – Warehouseman
 
MIC: None found.
 
b. Bradford 1886. Son of John and Bridget Dacey.
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: 16/1055 Enl. 27/9/14 28 Yrs 231 Days b. Bradford – Warehouseman. Disch. 8/12/14 Para 392 (iii) (c) Heart Disease.
Mother Bridget Dacey, 18 Potter Street, Bradford.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
DADSWELL, Hugh Cecil – Photographer’s Assistant
 
MIC: Sgt 16/397 – K in A
 
b. 1885 Wallingford, Berkshire. Son of William S and Sarah R Dadswell
 
1911: 46 Watkin Terrace, Northampton. Age 26. Assistant Photographer.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: DADSWELL, HUGH CECIL
Rank: Serjeant
Service No: 16/397
Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Age: 33
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: SERRE ROAD CEMETERY No.3, PUISIEUX
Additional Information: Son of William S. and Sarah R. Dadswell, of 46, Watkin Terrace, Northampton. Born at Wallingford, Berks.
 
DANE. James Arthur – Printer
 
MIC: Cpl – Sgt 16/821 - Dead
 
b. West Derby, Lancashire 1885. Son of Thomas Alexander and Esther Dane
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. 3/5/1917
CWGC: DANE, JAMES ARTHUR
Rank: Serjeant
Service No: 16/821
Date of Death: 03/05/1917
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Memorial ARRAS MEMORIAL
 
DARGUE, Herbert – Labourer
 
MIC: Pte 16/1043 - Dead
 
b. 1880 Dewsbury. Son of George and Charlotte Dargue.
 
1911: West St, Bridacre, Gomersal, Yorks. Age 30. “Labourer Brass Foundry”.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 55 Hall Lane, Bradford.
 
d. 6/5/1917
CWGC: DARGUE, H
Rank: Lance Corporal
Service No: 16/1043
Date of Death: 06/05/1917 Age: 36
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery DOUAI COMMUNAL CEMETERY
Additional Information: Husband of A. Dargue, of 55, Hell Lane, Wakefield Rd., Bradford, Yorks.
 
DAVIES, Ernest Jones – Printer’s Cutter
 
MIC: Pte 16/177 – K in A
 
b. 1898 Pontefract, Yorks. Son of William Jones and Harriet Davies.
 
1911: 203 Exeter Street, Bradford. Age 13. School.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 13/8/196
CWGC: DAVIES, ERNEST JONES
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/177
Date of Death: 13/08/1916 Age: 19
Regiment/Service: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: LE TOURET MILITARY CEMETERY, RICHEBOURG-L'AVOUE
Additional Information: Son of Mr. and Mrs. Davies, of 203, Exeter St., Bradford, Yorks.
 
DAWSON, Edwin – Woolcomber
 
MIC: Not found.
 
b. 1882 Farsley.
 
m.
 
1911: 15 Marley Street, Bradford. Age 29. Woolcomber. Married to Annie with two children.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
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DAWSON, John Ernest Jonas – Clerk
 
MIC: John Ernest Joseph – Cpl 16/570 – Sgt MGC 104399 – Capt. Tank Bn Commissioned MGC 27/7/17.
Address: 14 Plevna Terrace, Bingley.
 
b. 28/8/1893 Malton, North Yorks. Son of Jonas and Annie J Dawson.
 
1911: 14 Plevna Terrace, Bingley. Age 17. Stuff Merchants Clerk.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. Bradford 1981. Age 87.
 
DAWSON, Thomas – Woolcomber
 
MIC: Pte 16/951 – North’d Fusiliers 60829 - Dead
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 4 Seymour Street, Bradford.
 
d. 15/4/1918
CWGC: DAWSON, T
Rank: Private
Service No: 60829
Date of Death: 15/04/1918
Regiment: 25th (Tyneside Irish) Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers
Cemetery: WIMEREUX COMMUNAL CEMETERY
 
DAWSON, William Arthur – Auctioneer
 
MIC: Pte West Yorks – 2nd Lt Loyal North Lancs. Appt. Temp Commission - 11 R. N. Lancs R - Apr 15. Dead 23/7/1916 - K in A.
Father: W Dawson Esq. 39 Blenheim Road, Manningham, Bradford.
 
b. 1892 Bradford. Son of William and Fanny Dawson.
 
1911: 8 Oak Villas Manningham Bradford. Age 19 “working for father”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 39 Blenheim Mount. Lt. Loyal North Lancs.
 
d. 23/7/1916
CWGC: DAWSON, WILLIAM ARTHUR
Rank: Lieutenant
Date of Death: 23/07/1916 Age: 25
Regiment: 7th Bn. The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.
Cemetery: CATERPILLAR VALLEY CEMETERY, LONGUEVAL.
Additional Information: Son of William and Fanny Dawson, of 39, Blenheim Rd., Bradford, Yorks.
 
DAY, William George – Mechanic
 
MIC: Pte 16/1061 – RE WR/279523 – RE 348741.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 930 Leeds Road, Bradford.
 
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DAYBELL, Thomas – Sawyer
 
MIC: Pte – Cpl 16/860 – Class Z
 
b. 17/5/1893. Bradford. Son of George and Eliza Daybell.
 
1911: Thomas Henry - 82 Seaton Street, Bradford. Age 17 “Learning Spinning Overlooking”
 
Service Records: 16/860. Enl. 24/9/14 Age 21 yrs 130 Days. b. Bradford a Sawyer. Posted Depot 17/11/16 Attached 6 Bn 4/12/16. 10th Bn 16/2/17. 9 Bn 16/3/17 Depot 19/8/17 Class Z 16/3/19.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 82 Seaton Street, Bradford. Cpl West Yorks.
 
m. 22/12/1923. Mabel Marrison at St. Phillips’ Church, Girlington.
 
d. Bradford 1943. Age 49.
 
DAYKIN, James William – Gardener
 
MIC: Cpl 16/456 – T Bn TR5/77989
 
b. 14/3/1893 Shipley. Son of James and Eliza Daykin.
 
1911: 15 Joseph Street, Off Ives Street, Shipley.
 
Service Records: 16/456. Enl. 22/9/14 Age 21 Yrs 192 Days. Gardener b Shipley.
Wounded severe 1916. GSW L Thigh and L Elbow. Disch. 9/7/1917 due to wounds.
 
Enlisted as 16/456 Pte in 16 Bn West Yorkshire Regt (1st Bradford Pals), rapidly promoted to L/Sgt by 14 Aug 1915, demoted to Cpl 4 Dec 1915 (for overstaying leave) and posted to 12 Bn overseas. Wounded at The Somme 16 Jul 1916 (Brit War and Vic Medals) (K. GILLIAN - Ancestry)
 
Severe Gunshot Wounds to Left leg and slight wounds to left elbow. Hamstrings cut away and needed an extra thick sole on his left shoe to enable walking. Transferred to 20 (Later 89th) Training Bn. Reverted to 77989 Pte at own request and placed on Reserve – (K. GILLIAN - Ancestry)
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. Bradford 1934. Age 40.
 
DEAN, John Percival – Postman
 
MIC: Pte 21957 1 Gn Bn Yorks,
 
b. Bradford 1883. Son of Isaac and Martha Dean.
 
1911: 180 Dirkhill Road Bradford. Age 28 “Postman”
 
Service Records: Private 21959 1st Garrison Bn Yorkshire Reg. Spent 3 years in India Contracted Malaria in 1918. Enl. 21/9/14 transferred Garrison Bn Yorkshire Regt. 6/10/15. Class Z 15/4/19. 121 Whetley Road. Bradford.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 121 Whetley Road, Bradford. L/Cpl 16th West Yorks.
 
d. Brighton, Sussex. 1931. Age 49.
 
DEARDEN, Ernest – Plush Cutter
 
MIC: Pte 16/283 - Dead
 
b. Barnsley. 1893.
 
1911: 36 The Walk Birdwell Nr Barnsley. Age 17 “Colliery Engineman (Surface)”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Entry unreadable.
 
d. 21/8/1916
CWGC: DEARDEN, ERNEST
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/283
Date of Death: 21/08/1916 Age: 23
Regiment: "B" Coy. 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: ETRETAT CHURCHYARD
Additional Information: Son of Joel Dearden, of 14, Heidelberg Rd., Manningham, Bradford, and the late Emma Dearden. Native of Birdwell, Barnsley.
 
DEMAINE, Harry – Warehouseman
 
MIC: Pte 16/871 – North’d Fusiliers 60831 – Yorks LI 63277 – Res Z
 
b. Bradford 1897. Son of Albert and Mary Demaine.
 
1911: 26 Dirkhill Street, Horton, Bradford. Age 14 “Butcher Boy”
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 26 Dirkhill Street, Bradford.
 
m. 28/5/1927 Lillian Victoria Pickles at Central Baptist Church, Allerton. Bradford.
 
d. Bradford. 1973 Age 77.
 
DENBY, John – Mechanics Labourer
 
MIC: Pte 16/796 – Z 18-3-19
 
b.  u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
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DENNISON, Arthur – Clerk
 
MIC: Not found
 
b. Bradford 1893.
 
1911: Arthur Denison. 35 Paley Terrace, Bradford. Age 18 Law Clerk.
 
Service Records:
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
DENNISON, William – Grocer
 
MIC: L/Cpl – Sgt 16/214 Class Z 21/3/19
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 36 Mexboro Road, Bolton Woods, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
DENTON, Herbert – Moulder
 
MIC:  Pte 16/431 – Trng Reserve TR/5/76300 – Discharged.
 
b. Bradford 1886. Son of Henry and Esther Denton.
 
1911: 107 Fearnside Street, Thornton Road, Bradford. Age 25 “Iron Moulder – Engineering”
 
Service Records: 16/431 Enl. 21/9/14 Age 30 Yrs 40 Days. Moulder. Posted Depot 3/5/1916 Disch. 392 (xvi) 26/2/1917.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
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DICKENS, Ernest Victor – Jacquard Harness Maker
 
MIC: Not found
 
b. Bradford 1893. Son of John and Jane Dickens.
 
1911: 26 Winston Terrace, Bradford. Age 18 “Jacquard Machine Maker”
 
Service Records: 16/64 Enl. 20/9/14 Age 22 yrs 121 days. Jacquard Harness Maker. Disch. 19/3/15 392 (iii) (cc). 16 Anderson Street, Manningham, Bradford.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. Bradford 1949. Age 57.
 
DICKENSON, Charlie – Engineer
 
MIC: Dickinson Pte 16/154 Class Z.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
DICKINSON, George Hardie – Clerk - Military Medal
 
MIC: Pte 16/901 MM - K in A
 
b. Bradford 1893. Son of  William D and Ellen Dickinson.
 
1911: 6 Pembroke Street, West Bowling, Bradford. Age 18 “Clerk”
 
Service Records: Not found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Double entry different.
 
m. Bradford 1916 to Lottie Forrest.
 
d. 17/9/1918
CWGC: DICKINSON, G H
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/901
Date of Death: 17/09/1918
Regiment: 1st Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Awards: M. M.
Cemetery: TREFCON BRITISH CEMETERY, CAULAINCOURT
Additional Information: Husband of Mrs. L. Dickinson, of 717, Baird St., West Bowling, Bradford, Yorks.
 
DIXON, Parrington – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte 16/391 – Pres Dead
 
b. Dent , Yorkshire 1896. Son of Thomas and Catherine Dixon.
 
1911: 33 Hampden St Bradford. Thomas Parrington Dixon.  Age 15.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 26 Daisy Street, Bradford.
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: DIXON, PARRINGTON
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/391
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 Thomas A. and Catherine A. Dixon, of The Cottage, Gawthorpe, Dent, Yorks.
 
DIXON, David Percival
 
MIC: Pte 16/1078 – K in A
 
b. Wray, Lancashire. Son of Edward and Hannah Dixon.
 
1911: 40 Arncliffe Terrace, Lidget Green, Bradford. Age 21. “Woolsorter”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 40 Arncliffe Terrace, Bradford.
 
d. 22/10/1918
CWGC: DIXON, DAVID PERCIVAL
Rank: Lance Corporal
Service No: 16/1078
Date of Death: 22/10/1918 Age: 28
Regiment: 1st/8th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Memorial: VIS-EN-ARTOIS MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of Edward and Hannah Dixon, of Poplar House, Wray, Lancaster.
 
DIXON, Frederick Charles –Electrical Engineer
 
MIC: Not found
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
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DOBSON, Henry – Mechanics Labourer
 
MIC: Pte – L/Cpl 16/277 – Class Z
 
b. Bradford. 1893. Son of William and Elizabeth Dobson.
 
1911: 31 Sterling Street, Bradford. Age 18. “Driver”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 133 Sterling Street, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
DOBSON, John – Manufacturer’s Assistant.
 
MIC: Not found
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k 
 
DOBSON, Phillip Norman  - Assistant Mill Manager
 
MIC: S/Sgt RAOC T/865 – Class Z 10/7/19
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 26 St Paul’s Road, Bradford. Staff Sgt RAOC Enl. Sept 1914.
 
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DODDS, Joseph – Dyer’s Labourer
 
MIC: Pte 16/1021 – Z Res 31/3/19
 
b. Bradford 1882. Son of John Dodds.
 
m. 1904. Bradford to Amelia Lockwood. Father John Dodds (deceased)
 
1911: 15 Washington Street, Girlington, Bradford.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 15 Washington Street, Bradford.
 
d. Bradford 1967. Age 85.
 
DODSWORTH, John William – Seal Finisher
 
MIC: Sgt 16/889 – Class Z
 
b. Yeadon, Yorks 1888. Son of  John and Rachel Dodsworth.
 
m. 1910 Jane Gledhill. 4/3/11 Holy Trinity, Bradford.
 
1911: 51 Ireton Street, Bradford. Age 23. “Foreman Brusher Seal Finishing Works”
 
Service Records: 16/889 Enl. 24/9/14 Age 26 yrs 302 days. Seal Finisher b. Yeadon, nr Leeds. Promoted Sgt 3/12/15 Posted Depot 19/4/17. Posted 8 Bn 12.6.17. GSW Leg 1916. GSW Chest (severe) 1917. Class Z 16/2/19
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 51 Ireton Street, Bradford.
 
d. Bradford 1955. Age 67.
 
DONOHOE, Maurice – Telephone Engineer.
 
MIC: Pte 750 – Sgt RE 94168 – Class Z 22.4.19
 
b. Leeds 1877. Son of John and Bertha Donohoe.
 
m. Emma Fewster Hull Registry Office 18/1/1900.
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: 16/750 Enl. 23/9/14 Age 33 yrs 347 days. Telephone Engineer Government. B Leeds. Transferred Royal Engineers 15/4/15. NoK wife Emmie 176 Lumb Lane, Bradford. Address 15/8/23 40 Clifton Terrace, Otley. Class Z 22/4/19.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
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DRAKE, Bertram – Sundry Business – MSM
 
MIC: Pte 16/243 Awarded Meritorious Service Medal  Died 17/6/1918
 
b. 13/3/1887 Son of Fawthrop and Emma Drake.
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 185 Tennyson Place, Bradford. Pte 16/15 West Yorks. M.M. Died 15 July 1918
 
d. 15/7/1918
CWGC: DRAKE, BERTRAM
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/243
Date of Death: 15/07/1918 Age: 31
Regiment: "D" Coy. 15th/17th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) Awards: M S M
Cemetery: LE QUESNOY COMMUNAL CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of Fawthrop and Emma Drake, of 185, Tennyson Place, Bradford, Yorks.
 
DRAKE, Harry – Teacher
 
MIC: Sjt – WO2 16/170 – Class Z
 
b. Bradford 1891. Son of Edwin and Annie Drake.
 
1911: York Training College, Lord Mayor’s Walk, York. -  Student Teacher Age 20.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 17 Battery Terrace, Bradford. CSM SGT 16 West Yorks
 
d. 13/12/1964.
 
DRAKE, Isaac – Weaving Overlooker
 
MIC: Pte 21939 Yorkshire Regt. 62389 Yorks & Lancs. Class Z 13/7/19.
 
b. Bradford 1886. Son of Sam and Annie Drake.
 
1911: 196 Kensington Street, Girlington. Age 25 “Weaving Overlooker”
 
m. Kate Firth 26/8/1911 St Philip’s Church, Girlington.
 
Service Records: 16/115 Enl. 20/9/14 Age 30 yrs 9 days. Weaving Overlooker. b. Horton, Bradford. Transferred Yorkshire Regt. 6/10/15. Transferred KOYLI 24/4/17. Transferred Yorks and Lancs 17/6/18. Class Z 13/7/19.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 20 Washington Street, Bradford.
 
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DRIVER, Leonard – Stud Groom
 
MIC: Pte 16/563 – Class Z.
 
b. Bradford 1893. Son of Joseph and Sarah Driver.
 
1911: Hill Top Farm, Bingley. Age 15 “Horseman on farm”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 1925. Keighley. Age 32.
 
DUCKWORTH, David – Fish Frier
 
MIC: Not found.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 214 Girlington Road, Bradford. Enlisted 19/9/14.
 
d. u/k
 
DUCKWORTH, Isaac – Window Cleaner
 
MIC: 16/1011 Sjt 12 West Yorks – Z Res 23/2/19
 
b. Bradford 1883.
 
m. Amy Shoesmith 5/8/1911.
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: 16/1011 Enl. 25/9/14 Age 31 Yrs 330 Days. Promoted Sgt 14/8/15. GSW Scalp 1916.  Posted 12 Bn 21/8/16 Posted 10 Bn 14/4/18. GSW R Knee and Slightly gassed 1918. Z Res 23/2/19.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 3 Rudd Street, Great Horton, Bradford.
 
d. Bradford 1935. Age 52.
 
DUNCAN, Edward Maughan – Labourer
Brother to 16/462 Thomas Thompson Duncan
 
MIC: Pte – A/Cpl 16/516 – Disch.
 
b. Middlesborough 1896. Son of George P and Hannah Duncan.
 
1911: 95 Grafton Street, Bradford. Age 15 Driller (Mechanics Shop)
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Duncan, Eddie, 66 Chassum Street.
 
d. Cleveland 1960. Age 64.
 
DUNCAN, Thomas Thompson – Warehouseman
Brother to 16/516 Edward Maughan Duncan.
 
MIC: Pte 16/462 – Pres. Dead.
 
b. Middlesborough 1899. Son of George P and Hannah Duncan.
 
1911: 95 Grafton Street, Bradford.  Age 12. “School Part Time Worsted Spinner”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 66 Chassum Street, Bradford.
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: DUNCAN, THOMAS THOMPSON
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/462
Date of Death: 01/07/1916
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
 
DUNKLEY, Epaphras – Electrical Engineer
 
MIC: Pte 16/345 – Disch. 14/11/17.
 
b. 1888 Wellingborough, Northants. Son of Thomas and Emma Dunkley.
 
1911: 40B Upper Kent Street, Leicester. Age 23 “Lamp Trimmer Electric Railway Company”.
 
m. Emily North 3/7/1915.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 39 Parley Road, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
DUMVILLE, Harry – Wool Trade
 
MIC: Pte 16/179 – RDC A/L/Cpl 77629
 
b. Bradford 1894. Son of Fred and Ada Dumville.
 
1911: 85 Amberley Street, Bradford Age 17 “Clerk in Wool Trade”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
DURRANT, Sidney – Exhibition Attendant
 
MIC: 16/163 – Cpl – CQMS Royal Engineers 106323. T Z Res 13/7/19.
 
b. East Ardsley, Yorks. Son of William and Clara Durrant.
 
1911: 35 Tamworth Street, Laisterdyke, Bradford. Age 17. Student at Bradford Technical College.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 2 Mount Terrace, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
DYSON, George William – Lithographer
 
MIC: Pte 16/378 – Pte RDC 89204
 
b. Bradford 1893. Son of Albert E and Annie E Dyson.
 
1911: 18 Mavis Street, Barkerend Road, Bradford. Age 18 “Printer’s Apprentice”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 108 Butler Street, Bradford L/Cpl 16 Bn West Yorks.
 
d. u/k
 
DYSON, John William – Saleroom Manager
 
MIC: Sgt 849 – Labour Corps 22014 – Died.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 28 Heidelberg Road, Bradford. Sgt 16 West Yorks. Died August 1917.
 
d. 7/8/1917
CWGC: DYSON, J W
Rank: Serjeant
Service No: 66828
Date of Death: 07/08/1917
Regiment: Durham Light Infantry. 7th Inf. Labour Coy. Transf. to (22204) 38th Coy. Labour Corps.
Cemetery: DICKEBUSCH NEW MILITARY CEMETERY EXTENSION
 
DYSON, Percy – Yeast Dealer
 
MIC: Pte 16/685 – Class Z.
 
b. Bradford 1896. Son of Law and Mary Frances Dyson.
 
1911: 61 Little Horton Lane Bradford. Age 15. “Milliner’s Apprentice”.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 61 Little Horton Lane, Bradford. L/Cpl 16 West Yorks.
 
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