We remember Willie Whincup

We remember Willie Whincup

Timeline

Timeline

1879
sibling George Whincup Source:4718435 July 1879
1882
sibling Tom Noble Whincup Source:4718435 October 1882
1882
sibling Annie Freer Whincup Source:4718435 October 1882
1889
sibling Edward Oxley Whincup Source:4718435 1889
1893
sibling Edith May Whincup Source:4718435 October 1893
1896
birth Tadcaster, Yorkshire United Kingdom Source:8741442 1896
1899
sibling Mary Eliza Whincup Source:4718435 July 1899
1901
location Newton Kyme, Tadcaster, Yorkshire United Kingdom parents address Source:4718435 1901
1902
sibling John Sefton Whincup Source:4718435 April 1902
1914
employment Labourer Royston, Barnsley United Kingdom Source:8741441 July 1914
1914
location 7 West Avenue, Royston, Barnsley United Kingdom Source:8741441 July 1914
1915
service British Army Private 13/1514 York and Lancaster Regiment 15th (Reserve) Battalion Source:8741441 1st December 1915 - 5th February 1916
1915
enlistment Barnsley, Yorkshire United Kingdom Source:8741441 1st December 1915
1916
service British Army Private 13/1514 York and Lancaster Regiment 13th (Service) Battalion (Barnsley Pals) Source:8741442 5th February 1916 - 12th February 1918
1916
theatres France & Belgium: 1a Source:8741441 5th April 1916 - 12th October 1918
1917
hospitalisation Admitted to hospital - diarrhoea Hospital/Institution Source:8741442 6th March 1917 - 9th March 1917
1917
hospitalisation Admitted to hospital - 'Trench Fever' Hospital/Institution Source:8741442 9th May 1917 - 10th May 1917
1917
hospitalisation Admitted to hospital - 'Trench Fever' Hospital/Institution Source:8741442 10th May 1917 - 14th May 1917
1917
sibling Arthur Whincup Source:4718435 September 1917
1917
service British Army Private 13/1514 Royal Engineers 211st (Leeds) Field Company Source:8741442 3rd December 1917 - 10th February 1918
1918
service British Army Private 13/1514 York and Lancaster Regiment 14th (Service) Battalion (2nd Barnsley Pals) Source:8741442 12th February 1918 - 24th March 1918
1918
employment Coal Miner New Monkton Colly Co Royston, Barnsley United Kingdom Source:8741441 21st April 1918
1918
service British Army Private 13/1514 York and Lancaster Regiment 2nd Battalion Source:8741441 24th August 1918 - 13th October 1918
1918
hospitalisation Gunshot wound, left hand Hospital/Institution Source:8741442 13th October 1918
1918
service British Army Private 13/1514 York and Lancaster Regiment Depot Source:8741441 13th October 1918 - 2nd November 1918
1918
service British Army Private 13/1514 York and Lancaster Regiment 3rd (Reserve) Battalion Source:8741441 19th November 1918 - 3rd December 1918
1918
events Awarded Pension Pensions and Gratuities Chelsea United Kingdom Source:8741441 4th December 1918
1919
discharge Source:8741441 14th March 1919
1919
marriage Ellen R Hughes Source:4718435 September 1919
1919
children James Whincup Source:4718435 December 1919
1921
children Bessie Whincup Source:4718435 June 1921
1923
children Dorothy Whincup Source:4718435 June 1923
1927
children Willie W Whincup Source:4718435 September 1927
1934
children George D Whincup Source:4718435 March 1934
1935
children Keith J Whincup Source:4718435 September 1935
1948
death Staincross, Yorkshire United Kingdom Source:4718435 1948
burial St John The Baptist Churchyard Non-War Cemetery Cudworth United Kingdom Source:4718435

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Willie
Initials W
Last Name Whincup
Source 4718435
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
7 West Avenue, Royston, Barnsley United Kingdom known July 1914
Newton Kyme, Tadcaster, Yorkshire United Kingdom parents address known 1901
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 13/1514 York and Lancaster Regiment 2nd Battalion Private
British Army 13/1514 York and Lancaster Regiment Depot Private
British Army 13/1514 York and Lancaster Regiment 3rd (Reserve) Battalion Private
British Army 13/1514 York and Lancaster Regiment 15th (Reserve) Battalion Private
British Army 13/1514 Royal Engineers 211st (Leeds) Field Company Private
British Army 13/1514 York and Lancaster Regiment 14th (Service) Battalion (2nd Barnsley Pals) Private
British Army 13/1514 York and Lancaster Regiment 13th (Service) Battalion (Barnsley Pals) Private
Awards
AwardTypeSource
British War Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Silver War Badge Honourable Discharge
Victory Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Family
Children
NameRelationshipDatesSource
James Whincup son December 1919
Bessie Whincup daughter June 1921
Dorothy Whincup daughter June 1923
Willie W Whincup son September 1927
George D Whincup son March 1934
Keith J Whincup son September 1935
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Mary Elizabeth Whincup nee Pullan mother
Grafton Whincup father
Siblings
NameRelationshipDatesSource
George Whincup brother July 1879
Arthur Whincup brother September 1917
Annie Freer nee Whincup sister October 1882
Tom Noble Whincup brother October 1882
Edward Oxley Whincup brother 1889
Edith May Whincup sister October 1893
Mary Eliza Whincup sister July 1899
John Sefton Whincup brother April 1902
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Ellen R Hughes wife September 1919
Physical
ComplexionEyesHairSource
DateHeightSource
1915-08-01 5'2"

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British Army Service Records 1914-1920 Transcription M2740
British Army Service Records 1914-1920 Transcription M2740
Silver War Badge Roll Transcription M2740

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