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Second Lieutenant Harry Elston Appleyard

 
 

Claro Times - 20th March 1915

Pannal Golf Club - Annual Meeting

.......................the report and balance sheet were adopted, and it was decided to keep a permanent record on the minutes of all members who had joined the Forces, and that letters of sympathy be sent to the relatives of Lieutenants Schunck and Yates.

The hon. Secretary, Mr J C Walsham, reported that the full list of members who were serving were as follows : 

H E Appleyard, S Barber, P Barker, H Brown, L S Chappell, H Denton, H Graham Dickens, G Dobson, H F Downes, J G Greenwood, S H Holmes, R B Hudson, H Hansen, B Holroyd, H L Johnson, H Lingard, T C Moxon, A Mann, W Ogden, R J Ogden, J J Powell, A B Phillips, W Porter, E W K Pfeiffer, J Robinson, H Rowles, H F Snowden, A L Tetlow, R McLeod Veitch, B S Worth, E Walker, A H Wilde, P G Williamson.

The following members of the staff are also serving : 

E H Cassidy (professional), Sergeant Major D Johnstone (clerk), Sergeant Major Hope (caddy master), C Pearson, H Clapham, W Cartwright (who has been killed in action), F Harrison, and S Burnley. Caddies - T Atha, C Carter, H Durham, T Halliday, W Hume, C Hutchinson, J Rochford, F Sibson, and R Whorley.

 

Harrogate Herald - 20th January 1915

The following is a list of members of the Harrogate Cricket Club who have joined some branch of His Majesty's Forces, as referred to by Mr Idle at the last meeting of the Yorkshire Cricket Council : 

A A Alderson, R Alderson, G Alderson, Lieutenant H E Appleyard, Lieutenant O J Addyman, A W Adams, H Blackburn, J Butterworth, J Brassington, B E Brown, H Bush, P J Barker, Dr A L Bastable, Captain A B Boyd-Carpenter, O Bastable, C Chippindale, W Crust, D H Drake, G L Dimmock, Lieutenant W H Brennan, A G Fraser, E H Gomersall, T W Green, A Gofton, W F Gibson, S Holmes, J Houfe, Rev D Hoole, S A Harrison, W Langley, Lieutenant W E L Lapham, Major W F Leader, G H Lamb, C A Mantle, Hon. R Captain Moreton, K L Newstead, Lieutenant R G Raworth, H W Rymer, S Royce, T W L Strother, J M Strother, Captain F H Shaw, G B Simpson, Alex Stott, A A Thomson, G E Topham, W Voakes, Hon E Major Wood, Military Police, K Wesley-Smith.

Total of 51, of which 8 are from the 1st XI

 

Harrogate Herald - 26th July 1916

Deep regret will be felt at the death of Second Lieutenant Harry E Appleyard, of the West Yorkshires, who has been killed in action in France. He is the youngest of two brothers who hold commissions in His Majesty's Forces, being 20 years old, and joined the West Yorks soon after war broke-out. He had been in France about a year. Second Lieutenant Harry Appleyard was the well-known town's cricketer and centre three-quarters in the Harrogate Old Boys' Rugby team. Shortly after leaving school he became a playing member of the Harrogate Cricket Club. He was almost immediately a success, especially as a bowler. He sent down a medium pace ball and got a lot of swerve on with the arm, and the ball had a puzzling break back, which made it very difficult to play. He was also useful with the bat. He was equally successful as a Rugby player. Here he was very steady on the defence, and did not lack enterprise on the attack. He played in the Yorkshire Cup-ties the season before war broke out, when the Old Boys reached the final round. He was the son of the late Mr Henry Appleyard, of Barnby Bank, Selby, and of Mrs Appleyard, 31 West End Avenue.

 

Harrogate Herald - 26th July 1916

Photo - Killed in Action - Second Lieutenant Harry E Appleyard, West Yorks.

 

SDGW

12th Battalion, Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment)

Second Lieutenant (TP) Harry Elston Appleyard

Died : 14th July 1916

KIA

 

CWGC

In Memory of

H E APPLEYARD

Second Lieutenant 12th Bn., West Yorkshire Regt. (Prince of Wales's Own) who died on Friday, 14th July 1916.

Commemorative Information

Cemetery: FLATIRON COPSE CEMETERY, MAMETZ, Somme, France

Grave Reference/Panel Number: XI. E. 7.

 

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