4th Battalion (Territorial), East Yorkshire Regiment. Killed in
action 27 May 1918. Aged 26. Baptised 8 June 1892 in Sculcoates,
All Saints, Yorkshire (East Riding), Son of Ernest Ward and Margaret
Hannah Ingleby; husband of Kathleen Alice May Ingleby, of Kirk Ella
House, Kirk Ella, Hull, married 24 July 1917 in Kirk Ella, Yorkshire
(east Riding), resident Welton C Welton, Yorkshire (East Riding).
Mentioned in Despatches (MiD). In the 1901 census he was aged 8,
born Hull, Yorkshire, son of Ernest W and Margaret H Ingleby, resident
The Shardelocs, Newgate Street, Cottingham Without, Sculcoates,
Yorkshire & Yorkshire (East Riding). In the 1911 census he was
aged 18, born Hull, Yorkshire, an Oil Marchant's Clerk, son of Ernest
Ward and Margaret hannah Ingleby, resident Newgate Street, Cottingham,
Yorkshire & Yorkshire (East Riding). Buried in VENDRESSE BRITISH
CEMETERY, Aisne, France. Plot I. Row A. Grave 20.
from England & Wales Government Probate Death Index
Norman Ward of Kirkella House Kirkella Yorkshire
captain East Yorkshire regiment died 27 May 1918 in France Administration
London 6 February to Kathleen Alice May Ingleby
widow. Effects £391 17s. 6d.
from Hull Daily Mail - Thursday 22 August 1918, page 3:
NORMAN WARD INGLEBY
Norman Ward Ingleby, the East Yorkshire Regiment (T.F ), younger
son of Mr and Mrs Ernest W. Ingleby, of Melton Hill, Brongh, East
Yorkshire, who was officially reported missing on May 27th, 1918,
is now reported by the Red Cross to have been killed in action on
that date. He was 25 years of age, and was educated at the Old College,
Windermere, and at Charterhouse. He was severely wounded in April,
1917. and was mentioned in despatches in January, 1918. He married
Kathleen, younger daughter of Colonel G. H. Clarke, of Kirkella,
near Hull, in July last year.