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 I with further detail.
 
ILLINGWORTH, Henry – Iron Borer
 
MIC: Not found
 
b. Bradford.
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 30/12/1914
CWGC: ILLINGWORTH, H
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/95
Date of Death: 30/12/1914
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: BRADFORD (BOWLING) CEMETERY
 
ILLINGWORTH, Morris – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte – Cpl 16/255 Class Z Res.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
ILLINGWORTH, Norman – Shop Assistant
 
MIC: 16 W Yorks Pte 763 – 29 Bn London Regt. 783599
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 17 Richmond Road, Bradford. Pte 16 W Yorks.
 
d. u/k
 
ILLINGWORTH, William – Cinema Attendant
 
MIC: Pte – Cpl 16/917 – D of W
 
b. Bradford.
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 3 Chatsworth Place, Bradford. Cpl 16 W Yorks.
 
d. 15/10/1918
CWGC: ILLINGWORTH, WILLIAM
Rank: Corporal
Service No: 16/1917 (incorrect in CWGC)
Date of Death: 15/10/1918
Regiment: 1st/5th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) Cemetery: BUCQUOY ROAD CEMETERY, FICHEUX
 
INGHAM, Ellis – Spinning Overlooker
 
MIC: Pte 16/384 – LT W Yorks – Disch to Commission.
Address: 20 Westbourne Terrace, Queensbury. 25/8/20
 
b. Halifax 1895. Son of Craven & Sarah Ingham.
 
1911: 7 Foster Street, Granby Field, Queensbury, Bradford. Age 16 “Spinning Overlooker”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
INGHAM, Norman – Printer (Compositor)
 
MIC: Not found.
 
b. Bradford 1892. Son of Frank and Sarah Ann Ingham.
 
1911: 33 Springroyd Terrace, Girlington. Age 19 “Compositor – Jobbing Printer”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 33 Springwood Terrace, Bradford. Sgt 16 W Yorks.
 
d. u/k
 
INGLE, William Paul – Card Grinder
 
MIC: Pte 10 – Labour Corps 164559 Class Z 16.3.19
 
b. Wandsworth, Surrey 1869. Son of William and Jane Lydia Ingle.
 
m. Jane Matheison Copland 20.11.1898.
 
1911: 75 Cemetery Road, Four Lane Ends, Bradford. Age 42 “Stoker”
 
Service Records: 16/10 Enl. 20.9.14 Age 41, Card Grinder b. Wandsworth, Surrey. Transf’d Labour Corps 164559. Declared age 52 crossed out and 41 yrs 105 days inserted. Disch 16.3.19.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 75 Cemetery Road, Bradford. Pte 16 W Yorks.
 
d. Bradford 1940. Age 72.
 
IREDALE, Arthur – Clerk
 
MIC: Sgt – T/WO Cl 1 16/993 – North’d Fusiliers T/Regt Sgt Maj 60709 – Class Z
 
b. Sunderland, Durham 1884. Son of Albany and Fanny Iredale.
 
m. 1905 to Annie.
 
1911: 73 Institute Road, Bradford. Age 27. Clerk.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 73 Institute Road, Eccleshill, Bradford. Regt Sgt Maj 16 W Yorks.
 
d. u/k
 
IRVING, Frank – Warehouseman
 
MIC: Pte 16/152 - Dead
 
b. Bradford 1896. Son of Bell Arthur and Sarah Hannah Irving.
 
1911: 5 Stonehall Road, Eccleshill, Bradford. Age 15 “Warehouseman”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour:  17 Wrose Road, Bradford Pte 16 W Yorks.
 
d. 10/11/1916
CWGC: IRVING, FRANK
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/152
Date of Death: 10/11/1916 Age: 21
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: PUCHEVILLERS BRITISH CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of B. A. and S. H. Irving, of Eccleshill, Bradford, Yorks.
 
IRVING, Henry Leopold – Commercial Traveller
 
MIC: Sgt 16/428 Disch 4.5.1916 Sickness
 
b. Eccleshill, Bradford. 1878 Son of Thomas and Polly Irving.
 
m. 1905 to Alice Hamilton at Bradford Registry Office.
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Records: 16/428 Enl. 21/9/14 Age 37 Yrs 74 Days
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 22 Agar Street, Girlington, Bradford. Sgt 16 W Yorks.
 
d. u/k
 
ISHERWOOD, Gilbert – Wastepuller
Brother to 16/393 Wilfred Isherwood.
 
MIC: Pte 526 –R Irish Fusiliers 40048 (also Iherwood)
 
b. Bradford 1893. Son of Hammond and Annie Isherwood.
 
1911: 115 Binbrook Street, Bradford. Age 18 “Dyer’s Man”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 56 Ashley Street, Bradford. Pte 16 W Yorks.
 
m. Girlington 5/1/1924 to Hilda Garnham.
 
d. Bradford 1966. Age 72.
 
ISHERWOOD, Wilfred – Bricklayer
Brother to 16/526 Gilbert Isherwood.
 
MIC: Gnr 781455 RFA
 
b. Allerton, Bradford. Son of Hammond and Annie Isherwood.
 
1911: 115 Binbrook Street, Bradford. Age 20 “Stone Mason”
 
m. June 11 1916 to Mary Ellen Sourbutts at St Philip’s Girlington. Wilfred shown as Gunner 62nd Divisional Battery RFA.
 
Service Records: 16/393 Enl. 21.9.14 Age 23 yrs 270 days. b. Allerton, Bradford. Bricklayer. Disch. 8.12.14 Not likely to become and efficient soldier. Gastric Ulcer.
Re enlisted 6 W Yorks (3682) 10.12.14 but was discharged 12.2.1915 for same reason.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 56 Ashley Street, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
IVESON, Harry – Warehouseman
 
MIC: Pte 16/929 – K in A
 
b. Bradford 1895. Son of Alfred and Constance Iveson.
 
1911: 27 Lincoln Road, Bradford. Age 16 “Apprentice Blacksmith”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 55 Lincoln Road, Bradford. Farrier 16 W Yorks.
 
d. 17/4/1918
CWGC: IVESON, HARRY
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/929
Date of Death: 17/04/1918 Age: 23
Regiment: 1st Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: HOOGE CRATER CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of Alfred and Constance Iveson, of 55, Lincoln Rd., Bradford, Yorks.
 
IVESON, Ingham – Brass Moulder
 
MIC:
 
b. Bradford 1/9/1894. Son of John William and Lucy Iveson.
 
1911: 31 Paley Terrace, Bradford.  Age 16 “Apprentice Brass Moulder”
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 31 Paley Terrace, Bradford. 16 W Yorks.
 
m. Allerton, Bradford 15 Sep 1920 to Ellen Kirby.
 
d. Bradford 1970. Age 76.
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