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YALLOP Albert [Bertie] Hayward
Gunner 82481, 180th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed in action 29 April 1918. Aged 27. Enlisted Lowestoft. Husband of Agnes Yallop, of East Suffolk Hospital, Ipswich. born 10 November 1890 to parents Harriet Elizabeth (nee Hayward) and James Samuel Yallop. Albert was the ninth of twelve children. Buried in BRANDHOEK NEW MILITARY CEMETERY NO. 3, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot IV. Row A. Grave 16. See also Lowestoft St Margaret's and Lowestoft St Andrews

His birth was registered in the october to December Quarter 1890 in the Mutford Registration District under the name Albert Bertie H Yallop. In the 1901 census he was aged 10, son of James and Harriet Yallop, born Lowestoft, resident 2 Surgeon's Score, Christchurch, Lowestoft with 3 sisters and 2 brothers. In the 1911 census he is aged 20, unmarried, son of James and Harriet, a Coal Merchant, born Lowestoft, Suffolk, resident 27 Beccles Road, Lowestoft with 4 brothers and two sisters.

In the April to June Quarter 1914 he is registered in the Mutford Registration District, Suffolk, as marrying Agnes Sarah Stanton (his name is given as Albert B H Yallop); resident 72 Crown Street, Lowestoft. They had a son, Jack Henry Stanton Yallop, born 6 April 1915 in Lowestoft. The British Army Service Record gives the date of marriage as 21 June 1914 in St Margaret's Church, Lowestoft at which time he was with the Royal Garrison Artillery.

In December 1915 Albert, aged 25, signed up for military service, and on 18 May 1916 he was at Fort Burgoyne, Dover, with the Royal Garrison Artillery Corps.

His brother William Hayward Yallop was in the Royal Naval Reserve (born 6 April 1886 in Lowestoft).

His short service record contains the following service details. Enlisted as 82481, Royal Garrison Artillery. Resident 72 Crown Street, Lowestoft. Coal Merchant by trade. Married. Enlisted 10 December 1915 at Lowestoft, sent to the Army Reserve as a Private 11 December 1915, mobilized 15 May 1916, posted as a Gunner to No 1 Depot 15 May 1916, posted to Dover Garrison 27 May 1916, posted to 144 Siege Battery 6 June then admitted to Field Hospital 14 May 1917, discharged to Base 17 June 1917, joined 180 Siege Battery from base 25 June 1917 where he was killed in action 29 April 1918. He was entitled to the British War Service and Victory Medals.

Private 18829, 7th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died at home, invalided out. See also Lowestoft St Margaret's
YALLOP John William
[Listed as W J on memorial] Second Hand 7933/SA, H.M. Drifter Dewey, Royal Naval Reserve. Died 1 March 1918. Aged 36. Husband of Ida Yallop, of 38, Essex Rd., Lowestoft. Buried in LOWESTOFT (BECCLES ROAD) CEMETERY, Suffolk. Plot/Row/Section 14. Grave 380. See also Lowestoft St Margaret's and Lowestoft St Andrews
YOUNG Percival P
Trimmer 5604, R.N.R.T. Killed by mine.

Edward George

[Listed as Ernest George Youngman on CWGC] Rifleman 41424, "A" Company, 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles and on SDGW, 14th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Killed in action 20th April 1918. Aged 20. Enlisted Lowestoft. Son of Joseph Youngman, of 16, Harvey St., Lowestoft. Formerly 7464, 3th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Buried in TYNE COT CEMETERY, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot IX. Row E. Grave 4. See also Lowestoft St Margaret's and Lowestoft St John's

YOUNGMAN Thomas [George]
Driver 73421, 114th Battery, 25th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds 20 September 1914. Aged 19. Born and enlisted Lowestoft. Son of Thomas Last Youngman and Sarah Youngman, of 4, Parkholme Terrace, Lowestoft, Suffolk. Buried in VENDRESSE BRITISH CEMETERY, Aisne, France. Plot I. Row D. Grave 9. See also Lowestoft St Margaret's and Lowestoft St Andrews
YOUNGMAN William James Wittler
[Lowestoft memorials lists him as Seaman 7646] Ordinary Seaman Z/7606, Royal Naval Depot (Crystal Palace) and Bristol Port Division, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Died from disease 8th october 1918. Aged 18. He was born in Kirkley, Lowestoft, Suffolk on the 4th September 1900, his father was William James Youngman, living 5 Grosvenor Road, South Lowestoft at the time of his death and his mother was Lilian (known as Lily) Mary, living 18 John Street, South Lowestoft at the time of his death. He had a younger sister called Irene Vera YOUNGMAN, born in 1907. Buried in LOWESTOFT (KIRKLEY) CEMETERY, Suffolk. Plot/Row/Section Y. Grave 35. See also Lowestoft, Sailors & Fishermen's Bethel and Lowestoft St Margaret's
Private 3375, 4th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died of wounds 16 September 1916. Aged 22. Enlisted Ipswich. Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Youngs, of 9, Ashley Rd., Lowestoft. Buried in LOWESTOFT (BECCLES ROAD) CEMETERY, Suffolk. Plot/Row/Section I. Grave 120. See also Lowestoft, Sailors & Fishermen's Bethel, Lowestoft St Margaret's and Lowestoft St John's

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