The 8th West Yorkshires Roving back from the Front Line after they had captured the Montaigne de Bligny, 29 July…
East Yorkshire Regiment marching to the trenches near Doullens, 3 July 1916.
marching to the trenches; near Doullens, 28th June 1916
East Yorkshire Regiment going up to the line near Frezenberg during the Third Battle of Ypres, 1917
Bombardier, Clarence Cuthbert Wetherell, 755085, RFA, was returned from Germany on 5th December 1918, as an injured Prisoner of War. He was discharged from the Army on the 8th December 1918, and died soon, after an operation at Hull Royal Infirmary. He was the son of Edward and Bessie Wetherell, 61 Balfour Street and before the war had worked as a Butcher's assistant. He was 25 years old, when he died and left a widow Elsie and son, at 24 Pennington Street, Dansom Lane. He is buried at Hedon Road Cemetery.