Gunner A.J. Wilson
FIRST NAMES: Alfred James
UNIT: "B" Battery, 165th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery
STATUS: Killed in Action
DATE OF DEATH: 29th April 1917
CEMETERY OR MEMORIAL: Orchard Dump Cemetry, Arleux-en-Gohelle, France
Gunner Wilson's next of kin were his mother, Sarah Elizabeth Wilson and the late John George Wilson. He lived in Romanby.
He joined up on 3rd August 1916, before which he had been apprenticed to Mr GW Hay, who ran a grocer's shop in South Parade.
He was killed aged 19, during the Battle of Arras.