In Memory of IVY EPWORTH who died on Wednesday 20 May 1942 . Age 22 . Additional Information:of 13 Humber Avenue, Scarborough Street. Daughter of Herbert and Polly Epworth. at Scarborough Street. Cemetery: COUNTY BOROUGH OF KINGSTON-UPON-HULL, YORKSHIRECivilian War Dead
In Memory ofIVY EPWORTHof 13 Humber Avenue, Scarborough Street. Daughter of Herbert and Polly Epworth. at Scarborough Street. who died as a result of enemy action on Wednesday 20 May 1942. Age 22 Commemorated in the COUNTY BOROUGH OF KINGSTON-UPON-HULL, YORKSHIRE Section of the Civilian War Dead Register http://www.cwgc.org.uk/commemoration.asp?casualty=3157046http://www.cwgc.org.uk/commemoration.asp?casualty=3157046
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Debt of Honour Register In Memory ofWALTER EPWORTHPrivate19276 10th Bn., York and Lancaster Regiment who died on Sunday 26 September 1915 . Cemetery: LOOS MEMORIALPas de Calais, France Grave or Reference Panel Number: Panel 105 and 106 Location: Loos-en-Gohelle is a village about 5 kilometres north-west of Lens. The Loos Memorial forms the side and back of Dud Corner Cemetery where over 1,700 officers and men are buried, the great majority of whom fell in the Battle of Loos. Dud Corner Cemetery, which stands almost on the site of a German strong point, the Lens Road Redoubt, captured by the 15th (Scottish) Division on the first day of the battle, is located about 1 kilometre west of the village, on the N43, the main Lens to Bethune road. The Loos Memorial commemorates over 20,000 officers and men who fell in the area from the River Lys to the old southern boundary of the First Army, east and west of Grenay, and who have no known grave. It covers the period from the first day of the Battle of Loos to the date of the Armistice. On either side of the cemetery is a wall 15 feet high, to which are fixed tablets on which are carved the names of those commemorated. At the back are four small circular courts, open to the sky, in which the lines of tablets are continued, and between these courts are three semicircular walls or apses, two of which carry tablets, while on the centre apse is erected the Cross of Sacrifice. Visiting Information: The Panel Numbers quoted at the end of each entry relate to the panels dedicated to the Regiment served with. In some instances where a casualty is recorded as attached to another Regiment, his name may alternatively appear within their Regimental Panels. Please refer to the on-site Memorial Register Introduction to determine the alternative panel numbers if you do not find the name within the quoted Panels.