World War 1

War Records 1914-18



Lance-Sergeant Vass


Private A W Veryard

Surname V


Surname Fokrename Rank Home Relationship
Vass Not stated Sergeant Delny  
Veryard A W Private Leytonstone  


Date of Paper:  13.09.1916
Surname:  Vass
First Name(s):  Not stated
Rank:  Lance-Sergeant
Regiment:  4th Seaforths
Home Address:  Broomhill, Delny

Above is a photograph of Lance-Segeant Vass, who has been promoted sergeant. He is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs Vass, Broomhill, Delny. Sergeant Vass went with the 4th Seaforths to France in November, 1914, and is still with the battalion. In civil life he was employed with Mr Wilson, grocer, Invergordon.

Date of Paper:  12.11.1915
Surname:  Veryard
First Name(s):  A. W.
Rank:  Private
Regiment:  1/4th Seaforths
Home Address:  26, Percy Road, Leytonstone, Essex

Private A. W. Veryard, 1/4th Seaforths, wounded on 25th May, 1915, died of wounds 26th May, 1915. He was a son of Mr Veryard, 26 Percy Road, Leytonstone, Essex, and was a clerk at Somerset House. He joined the 4th Seaforths on 5th September, 1914, and went to France with the Battalion in November. He was in the firing line early in December, and went through the battle of Neuve Chapelle. He spent his 20th birthday in the trenches.

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