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 P with further detail.
 
PACKETT, Donald – Wool Apprentice
 
MIC: Pte/Cpl 16/659 K in A
 
b.   Cullingworth 1895. Son of Henry and Martha Maria Packett.
 
1911:  69 Southfield Square, Bradford. Age 16 Schoolboy.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 69 Southfield Square, Bradford.
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: PACKETT, DONALD
Rank: Corporal
Service No: 659
Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Age: 22
Service: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: SERRE ROAD CEMETERY No.1
Additional Information: Son of Henry and Martha Maria Packett, of 69, Southfield Square, Bradford, Yorks. Born at Cullingworth, Bradford.
 
PAGE, Thomas – Woolcomber
 
MIC: None found.
 
b.  1890.
 
1911:  Not confirmed
 
m. Edith Birkett 11/4/1914 St Philip’s Girlington.
 
Service Records: 16/353 e. 21/9/14 age 21 years 340 days Woolcomber. Discharge 20/11/1914 “Not likely to become an efficient soldier” (right eye).  76 Rosse Street, Bradford.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. Not found.
 
PALLISER, John Alfred – Dyer’s Labourer
 
MIC: Pte – Sgt 16/884. Sjt. North’d Fusiliers 60773
 
b.  Bradford 1893. Son of John and Nancy Palliser.
 
1911:  5 Hollings Road, Bradford. Age 18. Dyer’s Labourer.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 5 Hollings Road, Bradford. Sgt 16 W Yorks. Died 8/4/18
 
d. 8/4/1918
CWGC: PALLISER, JOHN ALFRED
Rank: Serjeant
Service No: 60773
Date of Death: 08/04/1918 Age: 25
Regiment: 25th (Tyneside Irish) Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers "B" Coy. formerly 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Memorial: PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Youngest son of John and the late Nancy Palliser, of 5, Hollings Rd., Bradford, Yorks.
 
PARISH, James Thomas Henry – Warehouseman
 
MIC: 16/405 Pte – Disch.
 
b. Bradford 1897. Son of Isaac and Mary Jane Parish. 
 
1911:  370 Bowling Old Lane, Bradford. Age 14. Doffer in Spinning Mill.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 370 Bowling Old Lane, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
PARKER, Thomas Gladstone – Manufacturer’s Apprentice.
 
MIC: 16/117 Pte. 2/Lt – Lt West Yorks
Grove Villa, Pudsey, Yorks.
 
b.   u/k
 
1911: Not confirmed 
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
PARKER, Willie – Warp Sizer
 
MIC: Pte 16/725 – Pres Dead.
 
b.  Clayton, Bradford
 
1911:  108 Woodland Road, Bradford. Age 17. Warp Dresser Apprentice.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 76 Leamington Street, Bradford. 
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: PARKER, WILLIE
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/725
Date of Death: 01/07/1916
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
 
PARKINSON, Edmund – Clerk
 
MIC: L/Cpl 16/15 – 2 Lt RAF
41 Wilmer Road, Heaton, Bradford. (1920)
 
b.   u/k
 
1911:  Not Confirmed
 
Service Records: Not found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 41 Wilmer Road, Bradford. 2 Lt RAF.
 
d. u/k
 
PARKINSON, Norman – Electrical Fitter
 
MIC: None found.
 
b.   u/k
 
1911:  Not confirmed.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: None found.
 
d. u/k
 
PATERSON, Malcolm Bruce – Agricultural Student.
 
MIC: Pte 16/687 – K in A
 
b.  Shipley 1894. Son of Malcolm and Constance Paterson.
 
1911:  Suffield, Scarborough. Age 17. Farm Pupil.
 
Service Records: None found
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: PATERSON, M B
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/687
Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Age: 23
Regiment/Service: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: RAILWAY HOLLOW CEMETERY, HEBUTERNE
Additional Information: Son of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Paterson, of West Point, Shipley, Yorks.
 
PATTISON, Harold – Warehouseman
 
MIC: Pte 16/589 – Disch.
 
b.   Bingley. Son of Edwin and Agnes Pattison.
 
1911:  Angel Hotel, Baildon. Age 13. School.
 
Service Records:
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 8 Highfield Road, Frizinghall, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
PAYNE, Walter – Silk Dresser
 
MIC:  Pte 16/427 – K in A 31/7/1917
 
b.   Bradford 1891. Son of Charles and Chatrine(?) Payne.
 
1911:  1 Westbourne Road, Bradford. Age 20. Silk Jobber.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 1 Westbourne Road, Bradford.
 
d. 31/7/1917
CWGC: PAYNE, WALTER
Rank: Lance Corporal
Service No: 16/427
Date of Death: 31/07/1917
Regiment/Service: 2nd Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Memorial: YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL
 
PEARSON, Ernest Stanley – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte – A/Cpl 16/614 – Class Z
 
b.  Odsal, Bradford 1893. Son of Joseph Henry and Susannah Pearson.
 
1911:  11 Taylor Road, Odsal. Age 18. Grocery shop assistant.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 11 Taylor Road, Odsal Top, Bradford.
 
d. Bradford 25/5/1960 Age 68.
 
PEARSON, Herbert – Clerk
 
MIC: Not found.
 
b.  Saltaire 1890. Son of Clara Pearson.
 
1911:  170 Midland Road, Bradford. Age 21. Warehouseman.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: 170 Midland Road, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
PEARSON, William – Joiner
 
MIC: Pte 16/716 – Pres Dead.
 
b.   u/k
 
1911:  Not found.
 
Service Records: None found.
 
Bradford Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 7/10/1916
CWGC: PEARSON, WILLIAM
Rank: Lance Corporal
Service No: 16/714
Date of Death: 07/10/1916
Regiment: 11th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
 
PEARSON, Willie – Advertising Agent
 
MIC: Cpl 16/1067 – Disch. 26/4/1918
 
b. Bradford 1889.
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Record: 16/1067 e. 28/9/14 Age 25 yrs 48 Days. b. Bradford.
GSW Chest and back 1916 GSW legs 13/11/1916. Wounded 15/11917 GSW Leg (amputated). Discharged 26/4/1918 83 Stanacre Place, Otley Road, Bradford. Moved to 36 Rudgard Place, Lincoln.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
PEEL, Harry – Warehouseman
 
MIC: Pte 16/83 – Disch.
 
b. 1894 Cleckheaton. Son of Thomas.
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Record: 16/83 e. 20/9/14 age 20 yrs 170 days. Warehouseman b Cleckheaton.
Discharged 6/5/1915 “no longer physically fit for war service” due to epilepsy.
Father Thomas Peel, 77 Woodhall Avenue, Thornbury.
 
Roll of Honour: 12 Herbert Place, Thornbury, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
PEEL, William – Waste Drawer
 
MIC: Not found.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Record: None found.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
PENNETT, George Edward – Warehouseman
 
MIC: Pte 16/498 Class Z
 
b. Bradford 1891. Son of Alfred and Sarah Emma Pennett.
 
1911: 16 Vernon Place, Bradford. Age 20 Warehouseman.
 
Service Record: None found.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. Bradford 1960. Age 69.
 
PHILLIPS, Vincent Andrew Alexander  – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte 16/566 - Cpl RE 251038 – Z Res 16/5/19
 
b. Bradford 1888. Son of William and Mary Jane Phillips.
 
1911: 7 Mansfield Road, Bradford. Age 23 – Warehouseman.
 
Service Record: Not found.
 
Roll of Honour: 7 Mansfield Road, Bradford.
 
d. Bradford. 1960. Age 72.
 
PHILIPSON, Phillip – Window Cleaner
 
MIC: No overseas service.
 
b. Bradford 1876. Son of John and Mary Philipson.
 
M 1/6/1903 Annie Hudson.
 
1911: 33 Hollings Terrace, Bradford. Age 35. Window Cleaner.
 
Service Record: 16/984 - e. 25/9/14 age 40 years 24 days. Window Cleaner of 112a City Road, Bradford. Discharged 13/1/1915 “Not likely to become an efficient soldier” Ulcer on tongue – Laryngitis. Wife Annie Hudson one child Thomas 20/7/1903.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
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PICKERING, Miles Bristow – Clerk
 
MIC: L/Sgt Yorkshire Regt. 21974 – 2 Lt Indian Army comm. 22/7/1918.
 
b. 28/11/1896. Son of Miles and Annie Barras Pickering.
 
1911: 163 Undercliffe Street, Bradford. Age 14. Office boy cloth manufacturer.
 
Service Record: None found.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. Bradford 1976. Age 79.
 
PICKLES, Ernest – Engineer - Military Medal
 
MIC: Pte 16/936 – MM Class Z
 
b. Middlesex, London. Son of Herbert and Caroline Pickles.
 
1911:  Not found.
 
Service Record: 16/936 e. 24/9/1914 Age 19 yrs 353 days. Engineer.
2/12/1916 Admitted 13 CRS PUO. 3/1/17 sent to England via 5 medical facilities. War Hospital Bradford. Awarded Military Medal 25/1/1918. A Coy 9 Bn West Yorks. Discharged 826 Gt Horton Road, Bradford.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
PICKLES, Herbert – Salesman
 
MIC: Pte 16/519 – Trng Res Bn TR/5/76497 Discharged.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Record: 16/519 e. 22/9/14 age 19 years 136 days. Salesman b. Bradford.
Transferred Army Reserve for employment in Dying Trade. Discharged 16/4/1917.
Letter 8/7/1937 shows Herbert was in Canada – 27 Queens Street, East, Toronto, Canada.
 
Roll of Honour: 128 Whitby Road, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
PICKUP, James Edwin – Printer
 
MIC: Pte 16/521 K in A
 
b. Horton, Bradford. 1892. Son of Crispin and Jemima Pickup.
 
1911: 22 Daisy Street, Great Horton, Bradford. Age 19. Apprentice Printer.
 
Service Record: None found.
 
Roll of Honour: 15 Woodhall Road, Thornbury.
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: PICKUP, JAMES EDWIN
Rank: Lance Corporal
Service No: 16/521
Date of Death: 01/07/1916
Regiment/Service: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own). Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
 
PICKWORTH, Charles – Train Driver
 
MIC: Pte 16/212 – Class Z
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found
 
Service Record: None found
 
Roll of Honour: Charles Henry, 65 Woodhall Avenue, Thornbury.
 
m. 1920 to Alice May Walden.
 
d. u/k
 
PINDER, Harry Hall – Wiredrawer
 
MIC: None found.
 
b. Cleckheaton 1889. Son of Jonathan and Rhoda Pinder.
 
1911: Dyson Buildings, Littletown, Liversedge.
 
Service Record:
 
Roll of Honour: 21 Newby Street, West Bowling. 16 W Yorks e. 20/9/1914.
 
d. u/k
 
PITTS, Harold – Fitter
 
MIC: No Overseas Service.
 
b. Idle, Bradford 1894. Son of James W Pitts.
 
1911: Not confirmed.
 
Service Record: 16/864 e. 24/9/14 age 20 yrs 337 days Fitter b. Idle, Bradford.
Father James W Pitts 10 Cutler Place, Laisterdyke. Served Home duties 24/9/14 – 10/1/19.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found
 
d. u/k
 
PITTSFORTH, Irvine – Electrical Engineer
 
MIC: 16/300 – L/Cpl North’d Fusiliers 60794 D of W.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Record: None found.
 
Roll of Honour: 11 Stamford Street, Bradford.
 
d. 25/8/1918
CWGC: PITTSFORTH, IRVINE
Rank: Lance Corporal
Service No: 60794
Date of Death: 25/08/1918 Age: 33
Regiment: 12th/13th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers
Cemetery: BAGNEUX BRITISH CEMETERY, GEZAINCOURT
Additional Information: Husband of Minnie Pittsforth, of 11, Stamford St., East Bowling, Bradford, Yorks.
 
POOLE, Samuel – Grease Extractor
 
MIC: L/Cpl 16/1037 – Pres dead.
 
b. Bradford.
 
1911: 34 Raglan Terrace, Thornbury. Age 34 Grease Extractor.
 
Service Record: None found.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: POOLE, SAMUEL
Rank: Lance Corporal
Service No: 16/1037
Date of Death: 01/07/1916 Age: 39
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Husband of M. E. Beart (formerly Poole), of 5, Coronation Terrace, Lynn Rd., Downham, Norfolk.
 
POLLARD, Walter – Warehouseman
 
MIC: None found.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not confirmed.
 
Service Record: None found
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
PORTER, Fred – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte 16/632 K in A
 
b. Bradford 1895. Son of Edward and Mary Jane Porter.
 
1911: 150 Rook Lane, Dudley Hill. Age 16. Warehouseman.
 
Service Record: None found.
 
Roll of Honour: 150 Rook Lane, Dudley Hill.
 
d. 1/7/1916
CWGC: PORTER, FRED
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/632
Date of Death: 01/07/1916
Regiment: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
 
PORTER, William Hyde – Warehouseman
 
MIC: Not found.
 
b. Halifax 1891. Son of Charles Hyde. (Marriage Cert).
 
1911: 421 New Road Side, Bradford. Age 20. Warehouseman.
 
Service Record: Not found.
 
Roll of Honour: 1 Bentley Street, Bradford.
 
m. 1926 St Luke’s Manningham to Edith Mary Richardson.
 
d. Bradford 1957. Age 73.
 
POUSTIE, William – Designer
 
MIC: Pte – L/Cpl 16/587 – Pte RDC 66496.
 
b. Galashiels, Scotland. Son of David and Elizabeth Poustie.
 
1911: 266 High Street, Great Horton. Age 20 Assistant Textile Designer.
 
Service Record: Not found.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. Bradford 1963. Age 73.
 
POWELL, Ernest – Dyer’s Labourer
 
MIC: Pte 16/509 – K in A 27/2/1917
 
b. Darfield, Barnsley.
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Record: Not found.
 
Roll of Honour: 86 Loughrigg Street, Bradford.
 
d. 27/2/1917
CWGC: POWELL, E
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/509
Date of Death: 27/02/1917
Regiment/Service: 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Cemetery: OWL TRENCH CEMETERY, HEBUTERNE
 
POWELL, James – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte 16/490 – Class Z
 
b. Bradford 1895. Son of  George and Jane Elizabeth Powell
 
1911: 10 Naseby Street, Bradford. Age 16. Clerk.
 
Service Record: Not found.
 
Roll of Honour: 10 Naseby Street, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
PRATT, Bell – Printer - Military Cross
 
MIC: WO2 16/28 – Military Cross. Z Res 10/4/19
 
b. Aysgarth 1875. Son of John and Elizabeth Pratt.
 
1911: 29 Northampton Street, Bradford. Age 36. Letterpress Machineman.
 
Service Record: None Found.
 
Roll of Honour: 40 Prospect Street, Bradford.
 
d. Bradford 1941. Age 66.
 
PRATT, Gordon Dowson – Dyer
 
MIC: None found.
 
b. Birkenshaw 1894. Son of Jeremy and Sarah Annie Pratt.
 
1911: School House, Birkenshaw.
 
Service Record: None found.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
PRECIOUS, George – Tramway Engineer - Military Medal
 
MIC: Cpl 16/187 - Military Medal - Class Z 15/2/19.
 
b. Birkenshaw 1895. Son of Thomas and Emma Precious.
 
1911: Birkenshaw Near Bradford. Age 16. Messenger Boy Tramways.
 
Service Record: Not found.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
m. Birkenshaw 1920 to Mary Ross.
 
d. Cheltenham, Gloucester 1973.
 
PRECIOUS, Harold – Warehouseman
 
MIC: L/Cpl - Cpl 16/982 – Class Z.
 
b. Son of William Henry and Martha Ann Precious.
 
1911: 8 Saplin Street, Bradford. Age 15 Butchers Assistant.
 
Service Record: 16/982 e. 25/9/14 age 19 yrs 358 days. Provision Warehouseman b. Bradford. Class Z 2/3/19 to 125 Whetley Lane, Bradford.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
PRESCOTT, Albert Edward – Clerk
Brother to 16/442 Norman Prescott.
 
MIC: Pte 16/135 – RE 360351 Z Res 2/4/19
 
b. Bradford 1891. Son of and Robert and Ruth Prescott
 
1911: 24 White’s Terrace, Bradford. Age 20. Spinners Clerk.
 
Service Record: 16/135 e. 20/9/14 age 23 yrs 172 days. Clerk b. Bradford. Transferred Royal Engineers 7/3/1918 31 Div Signal Coy. Father Robert Prescott.
 
Roll of Honour: 24 White’s Terrace, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
PRESCOTT, Norman – Clerk
 
MIC: Pte – A/Col/Sgt 16/442 – Sjt North’d Fusiliers 40906. 2 Lt West Yorks.
293 Toller Lane, Bradford.
 
b. Bradford 1896. Son of and Robert and Ruth Prescott
 
1911: 24 White’s Terrace, Bradford. Age 15. Spinners Clerk.
 
Service Record: Not found.
 
Roll of Honour: 24 White’s Terrace, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
PRESTON, Fred – Weaver
 
MIC: Sgt 16/600 – Pte Labour Corps 223004
 
b. Bradford 1894. Son of William and Elizabeth Anne Preston.
 
1911: 35 Springcliffe Street, Bradford. Age 17. Woolcomber.
 
Service Record: Not found.
 
Roll of Honour: 35 Springcliffe Street, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
PRICE, Joseph – Carter
 
MIC: Sgt 16/1014 – Discharge 11/5/16 Sickness.
 
b. Bradford 1884. Son of
 
m. 29/10/1910. St Augustine’s Bradford to Florence Wild
 
1911: 3 Kirkstone Street, Listerhills, Bradford. Age 27. Carter.
 
Service Record: 16/1014 e. 25/9/14 Age 30 years 322 days. Carter b. Bradford.
Home Service 25/9/14 – 11/5/16. Discharge Sgt 11/5/16 due to Hypermetropia (Long Sighted).
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
PRIESTLEY, Harry – Warehouseman
 
MIC: Pte – Cpl 16/1004 – Class Z
 
b. Bradford Son of Fred and Martha Priestley.
 
1911: Not confirmed.
 
Service Record: 16/1004 e. 25/9/14 age 19 years 104 days Warehouseman b. Undercliffe, Bradford. Transferred Army Class Z 4/3/19.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. u/k
 
PRIESTLEY, Laurie – Cloth Finisher
 
MIC: Layrie Priestley Pte 16/606 – Pte North’d Fusiliers 40908 – Accidentally Killed.
 
b. u/k
 
1911: Not found.
 
Service Record: Not found.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 15/11/1916
CWGC: PRIESTLEY, L
Rank: Private
Service No: 40908
Date of Death: 15/11/1916
Regiment: 27th (Tyneside Irish) Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers
Cemetery: CITE BONJEAN MILITARY CEMETERY, ARMENTIERES
 
PRIESTLEY, Squire Mitchell – Driver
 
MIC: Pte – Cpl 16/1015. Class Z.
 
b. Bradford. Son of Mitchell and Susan Priestley.
 
1911: 7 Rawson Street, Bradford. Age 17. Grey Room Man.
 
Service Record: 16/1015 e. 25/9/14. Age 21 years 28 days. Driver b. Bradford.
 
Roll of Honour: 7 Rawson Street, Laisterdyke.
 
d. Bradford 1940. Age 47.
 
PRITCHARD, Lewis Mark – Ticket Examiner
 
MIC: Pte 16/801 – Dead.
 
b. Fairfield, Gloucestershire. Son of Frederick and Annie Pritchard.
 
1911: Not confirmed.
 
Service Record: Not found.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 27/11/1918
CWGC: PRITCHARD, LEWIS MARK
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/801
Date of Death: 27/11/1918 Age: 33
Regiment/Service: 1st Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own). Cemetery: POZNAN OLD GARRISON CEMETERY
Additional Information: Son of Frederick and Annie Pritchard, of Mount Cottage, Batheaston, Bath.
 
PROBERT, Lawrence – Clerk
 
MIC: L/Cpl – Pte 16/972 – 2 Lt Labour Corps.
 
b. 1883 Manchester. Son of Isaiah and Hannah E Probert.
 
1911: 2 Holme Top Lane, Bradford. Age 28. Photographer.
 
Service Record: 16/972 e. 25/9/14 previous service in West Riding Regt.
 
Roll of Honour: 54 Holme Top Street, Bradford.
 
d. u/k
 
PROCTER, John Whitehead – Meter Inspector - Military Medal
 
MIC: Pte 16/935 M.M. D of W
 
b. Pateley Bridge.
 
1911: 28 Kingswood Terrace, Great Horton, Bradford.
 
Service Record: Not found.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 4/6/1919
CWGC: PROCTER, JOHN WHITEHEAD
Rank: Private
Service No: 16/935
Date of Death: 04/06/1918 Age: 29
Regiment: 1st Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Awards: M. M.
Cemetery: ESQUELBECQ MILITARY CEMETERY
Additional Information: Husband of Emily Procter, of 164, New Hey Rd., Bradford, Yorks.
 
PROCTER, Willie – Engineer
 
MIC: Pte 16/841 K in A
 
b. Bradford 1881. Son of Enos and Sarah Jane Procter.
 
1911: 56 Kershaw Street, Bradford. Age 30. Iron Driller.
 
Service Record: Not found.
 
Roll of Honour: Not found.
 
d. 25/3/1918
CWGC: PROCTER, WILLIE
Rank: Private
Service No: 161841
Date of Death: 25/03/1918 Age: 37
Regiment: 15th/17th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) Memorial: ARRAS MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Husband of Hannah Mary Procter, of 4, Moorfields, Bradford Moor, Bradford, Yorks.
 
PHILFOYLE, William – Schoolmaster See GUILFOYLE
 
 
PULLEN, John – Machine Leveller
 
MIC: L/Sgt – A/WO II 16/293 – Class Z
 
b. Bradford 1890. Son of John and Clara Pullen.
 
1911: 54 Gales Street, Bradford. Age 21 Cotton Piece Dyer’s Labourer.
 
Service Record: Not Found.
 
Roll of Honour: 42 Gale Street, Bradford.
 
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