"To Keep in Memory"

Pte. G. Bramley

Parish Summary
The War Memorial at Scholes, Location and History
Those named on Scholes War Memorial
The Scholes Roll of Service
Scholes Memorial Trees
The War Memorial at Barwick in Elmet, Location and History
Those named on Barwick in Elmet War Memorial
Barwick in Elmet Roll of Service
About the Author
Ackowledgements and Sources

Name & Rank

Private George Bramley


No. 76365, 1st/6th Bn., Durham Light Infantry.
How & When Died
Died whilst a Prisoner of War in German Hands, 5 October 1918.
Age, if known
23 years.
Next of Kin details
Son of William and Elizabeth Bramley, of Scholes, Leeds.
Commemoration Details
Buried in Glageon Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France. Plot II, Row E, Grave 4.
Other Information / Remarks
George Bramley was born in Great Ouseburn, North Yorkshire, and enlisted in Harrogate. His father was a horseman working on a farm. The family moved from Cross Gates to Scholes.

Remembering the Fallen of Two Villages on the Eastern Fringes of Leeds.

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