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Norman GARNETT

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Surname: GARNETT

Forename(s): Norman

Place of Birth: Carleton-in-Craven, Yorkshire

Service No: 40061

Rank: Private

Regiment / Corps / Service: Alexandra, Princess of Wales Own (Yorkshire Regiment)

Battalion / Unit: 1st Garrison Battalion

Division: 2nd (Rawalpindi) Indian Division

Age: 30

Date of Death: 1918-09-16

Awards: ---

CWGC Grave / Memorial Reference: ---

CWGC Cemetery: ---

CWGC Memorial: KARACHI 1914-1918 WAR MEMORIAL

Non-CWGC Burial: ---

Local War Memorial: CARLETON-IN-CRAVEN, YORKSHIRE

Additional Information:

Norman Garnett (born 9 February 1888) was the son of Amos and Rebecca Garnett, née Smith and brother of Private John William Garnett (15707) (q.v.). Their father was born at Carleton-in-Craven and mother at Lothersdale, Yorkshire.

1891 Carleton-in-Craven, Yorkshire Census: 5, 2nd St. Croft - Norman Garnett, aged 3 years, born Carleton, son of Amos and Rebecca Garnett.

1901 Carleton-in-Craven, Yorkshire Census: 6, Chapel Street - Norman Garnett, aged 13 years, born Carleton, son of Amos and Rebecca Garnett.

1911 Carleton-in-Craven, Yorkshire Census: 5, Oxford Terrace - Norman Garnett, aged 23 years, born Carleton, son of Amos and Rebecca Garnett.

Norman was married to Florence Judith Beaver in 1914.

British Army WW1 Medal Rolls Index Cards: Pte Norman Garnett, 40061, Yorkshire Regiment.

Data Source: Local War Memorial

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Entry in West Yorkshire Pioneer Illustrated War Record: ---

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Regiment / Corps / Service Badge: Alexandra, Princess of Wales Own (Yorkshire Regiment)

Regiment / Corps / Service Badge: Alexandra, Princess of Wales Own (Yorkshire Regiment)

Divisional Sign / Service Insignia: 2nd (Rawalpindi) Indian Division

Divisional Sign / Service Insignia: 2nd (Rawalpindi) Indian Division

Data from Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914 - 1919 Records

Soldiers Died Data for Soldier Records

Surname: GARNETT

Forename(s): Norman

Born: Carleton-in-Craven, Yorkshire

Residence: Skipton, Yorkshire

Enlisted: Keighley, Yorkshire

Number: 49961

Rank: Private

Regiment: Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment)

Battalion: 1st Garrison Battalion

Decorations:

Died Date: 1918-09-16

Died How: Died

Theatre of War: India

Notes: Formerly 3/20584 West Riding Regiment

Data from Commonwealth War Graves Commission Records

CWGC Data for Soldier Records

Surname: GARNETT

Forename(s): N

Nationality: United Kingdom

Service Number: 40061

Rank: Private

Regiment: Yorkshire Regiment (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own)

Unit: 1st Garrison Battalion

Age: 30

Awards:

Died Date: 1918-09-16

Additional Information: Son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Garnett; husband of Florence Judith Garnett, of Carleton, Skipton, N Yorks.

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04 October 1918

GARNETT – In affectionate remembrance of Private N. Garnett. who died at Sialkot, India, on September 16th, 1918, aged 30 years – .R.I.P.

From his loving Wife, 9 Chapel Street, Carleton.

17 September 1920

GARNETT – In loving memory of Private Norman Garnett, who died at Sialkot, India, September 16th, 1918.

Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord,
And let perpetual light shine upon him.

From his loving Wife, 9 Chapel Street, Carleton.

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04 October 1918

In affectionate remembrance of Pte. N. Garnett, who died at Sialkot, India, on Sept. 10th, 1918, aged 30 years. R.I.P.

– From his loving Wife. 9, Chapel Street, Carleton.

04 October 1918

Carleton Soldier’s Death in India

Mrs. Norman Garnett, of Chapel Street, Carleton, has received information from the Record Office at York, saying that her husband, Pte. Norman Garnett, has died at Sialkot in India. The cause of death was abcesses on the liver. Pte. Garnett was 29 years of age, and was called to the colours about two years ago, when he was drafted to the 1st Yorkshire Regiment. After his training course he was drafted out to India. Mrs. Garnett has received messages of sympathy from the King and Queen, and also from the Army Council. When Pte. Garnett was called to the colours he was employed at Carla Beck by Mr. J.A. Slingsby. He had a brother, Pte. J.W. Garnett, who was killed in France early in the war.

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