Yorkshire light

Yorkshire light

A window having one or more fixed sashes and a movable sash which slides horizontally.
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Those killed were from The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, Royal Australian Air Force, Royal Scots Fusiliers, Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and also the Royal Ghurka Rifles, a rifle regiment of the British Army recruited from Nepal.
It's a date The date was chosen to mark the Battle of Minden on August 1, 1759, when British forces defeated the French thanks to the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, as well as the emancipation of slaves in the UK in 1834, for which Yorkshire MP, William Wilberforce, campaigned.
Ernie was a corporal in 1/4th Battalion, the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.
EACH year the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (KOYLI) Battlefield Tours organises pilgrimages to the battle areas of the First World War.
EACH September, the Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Battlefield Tours organise pilgrimages to the battle areas of the First World War.
Near the end of the war, Cyril was sent to Holland to fight with the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infrantry.
When war broke out Bobs' mother moved to 29 Howard Street, Loughborough, with her sons while his father, who was now a Regimental Sergeant Major, was posted to the Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry for home duties.
He served with the Royal Welch Fusiliers, King's Shropshire Light Infantry and the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.
He said the teenage soldier, also from Derby, a Lance Corporal in the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 2nd Battalion, was killed, possibly by machinegun fire, going "over the top" on August 11, 1918.
He was transferred to the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry and died in 1917, at the age of 23, from injuries he received in action.
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