Thursday, 8 September 2016

Albert Horace Bateman 1886 - 1916

Albert Horace Bateman Barnsley Chronicle 16th September 1916
with thanks to Barnsley Archives

Military Service:
Enlisted:  August 1914
Regiment and Battalion  The Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 6th Battalion
Service number and rank:  16202 Acting Sergeant
Awards: The Victory Medal, The British War Medal and the 1915 Star

Death:    18th August 1916 Aged 30 

Buried at: Delville Wood Cemetery Longueral
Grave Reference:  XX1X G.1


St Marys Church Barnsley Combined War Memorial and Barnsley Redfearn Bros Glassworks and Aldham Works Memorial Table and Hoyle Mill Scholars Bethel Chapel Pontefract Road Hoyle Mill Barnsley and Ardsley Christ Church Parishioners WW1 Plaque

Links & Notes:

Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Lives of the First World War

Albert is named as Albert H Bateman, his second name was Horace. He was the son of
Son of George Arthur and Sarah Bateman, of Hoyle Mill, Barnsley; husband of Gertrude Horbury (formerly Bateman), of 43, Prospect St., Barnsley.

Read more about Albert Bateman on Barnsley Soldiers Remembered World War One

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