Richard Alfred Taylor – Private 34309

Richard was Baptised 17th June 1877

Son of Samuel and Ann Taylor
He served with 3rd Battalion, Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry in France and Flanders
Killed in Action 26th April 1918 serving with the 8th Battalion
Commemorated Commonwealth Grave Tyne Cot
Tyne Cot Memorial , Zonnebeke, Arrondissement leper, West Flanders (west-Vlaanderen),Belgium
Panel 108 to 111

Father – Samuel T. (b.1848 in Garforth) In 1881 he was a Coal Miner living in Church Garforth.
Mother – Ann T. nee Nicholson (b.1845 in Garforth)
Sister – Mary Jane T. (b.1871 in Garforth)
Sister – Thomazina E. T. (b.1876 in Garforth)
Richard Alfred Taylor (b.1877 in Garforth)
Sister – Hezia T (b.1880 in Garforth)
Sister – Florry T. (b.1882 in Garforth)
Brother – Thomas Henry T. (b.1884 in Dewsbury)
Brother – James Herbert T. (b. 1886 in Dewsbury)
In 1891 living at 5 Albert Street, Batley
In 1911 Richard and wife Jane were living 24 Providence Street, Batley