|Eustace Edmund Marshall Taylor Barnsley Independent 13th January 1917 |
with thanks to Barnsley Archives
Born: 19th September 1893
Regiment and Battalion: Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) 169th Coy
Service number and rank: 15/1436 Lieutenant
Entered Theatre of War: 30th June 1916 - France
Awards: Victory Medal and British War Medal
Death: 1st January 1917
Buried at: Military Cemetery Rue-du-Bacquerot, Lavente Calais, France
Grave Reference: 11.K.16
Information from Commonwealth War Graves Commission:
Son of Mary E. Taylor of Glenside, Woodall Spa, Lincolnshire and the late John Henry Taylor of Jordan Hill, Barnsley Yorkshire.
St Marys Church Barnsley Combined War Memorial.
St Peters Church Memorial Plaque Doncaster Road Barnsley
St Pauls Church Old Town Barnsley WW1 Memorial
Links & Notes:
Lives of the First World War
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Every Man Remembered Wall of Remembrance
NB: St Paul's Church Old Town is the daughter church of St. Marys Church Barnsley. (St Marys being the Mother Church of Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council)
On the 1st January 1917 563 soldiers were killed whilst in action.