World War 1

War Records 1914-18


Lance Corporal James Young


Private Tom Young

Surname Y

Surname Forename Rank Home Relationship
Young James L/Corporal Poyntzfield Brothers 1
Young John L/Corporal Poyntzfield  1
Young Tom Private London  

Date of Paper:  18.05.1917
Surname:  Young
First Name(s):  James
Rank:  Lance Corporal
Regiment::  Seaforths
Home Address:  Upperwood Farm, Poyntzfield

THE LATE L./CPL. JAMES YOUNG, SEAFORTH REGULARS
Mr and Mrs Young, Upperwood Farm, Poyntzfield, have received intimation that their youngest son, Lce.-Cpl. James Young, Seaforths, has been killed in action. He was only 19 years of age, and joined the Army in July, 1916. He underwent training at Newton Camp, Cromarty, which he left for France only six weeks ago. Lce.-Cpl. Young was a soldier of great promise. A splendid shot, he also possessed many other qualities which would have won for him rapid promotion in the Army. As member of the local Good Templar lodge, he took a keen interest in temperance work, and his happy and cheerful disposition made him greatly loved by all who knew him. His eldest brother, Lce.-Cpl. John Young, went through the Gallipoli campaign with the Scouts, and is now serving in France with the Camerons. The sympathy of the whole community is extended to Mr and Mrs Young and family in their great sorrow.

Date of Paper:  18.05.1917
Surname:  Young
First Name(s):   John
Rank:   Lance Corporal
Regiment:  Seaforths
Home Address:  Upperwood Farm, Poyntzfield
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Date of Paper:  24.09.1915
Surname:  Young
First Name(s):  Thomas
Rank:  Private
Regiment::  B (Dingwall) Coy., Seaforths
Home Address:  10 Cranmer Road, London

A WOUNDED 1/4th SEAFORTH
The above is a photograph of 2070 Private Tom Young, B (Dingwall) Coy., who was wounded on 27th May last. The photograph was taken in hospital at Agremont, Hyndhurst Gardens, Hampstead, where he is at present. His wound in the leg is progressing as well as can be expected. He is a son of Mr James Young, 10 Cranmer Road, London.

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