William Tillotson – Private 11836

William was born 1892 in Hunslet

1911 Occupation was Coal Mine Pony Driver
He joined the Alexandra Princess of Wales Own (Yorkshire Regiment)
William was Killed in Action 30th September 1916 aged 24

Commemorated at
Thiepval Memorial
Thiepval Memorial
Departement de la Somme
Picardie, France
Plot: Pier and Face 3 A and 3 D.

William Tillotson Cerificate

Family Details
Father – George T (b 1847 in Barwick) Occupation in 1911 and 1901- Coal Miner Hewer
Mother – Betsy T. (b 1850 in Aberford)
Brother – Richard (b 1870 in Garforth)
1871 Living at Moor Garforth
Brother – John (b 1872 in Austhorp)
Brother – Benjamin T. (b 1873 in Austhorp) Occupation in 1901 Blast Furnace Labourer (Pig Iron)
Brother – Harry T.(b 1875 in Austhorp) Occupation in 1901 Loco Engine Driver Rlwy
Sister – Rose T. (b 1877 in Austhorp) Occupation in 1901 Cook
Sister – Emma T. (b 1879 in Gaforth) Occupation in 1901 Servant
Sister – Ruth T. ( b 1881 in Garforth) Occupation in 1901 Brushmaker Drawer
In 1881 the Family were living at Darvillas, Wakefield Rd., Garforth They probably moved back to Garforth before Emma was born in 1879.
Sister – Elizabeth T. b 1883 in Garforth) Occupation in 1901 Brushmaker Drawer -Married name Dacre
In 1891 the family were living at 6 Moor Road, Hunslet
William Tillotson (b 1892 in Hunslet)
Sister – Betsy T. (b 1894 in Hunslet)
Sister – Annie T. (b 1897 in Hunslet)
1901 Living at 4 Lodge Lane, Hunslet
In 1911 they had been married 42 years and had 14 children,12 of whom were alive and were living at 109 Newhold Garforth.