Wetherby War Memorial - The Great War 1914 - 1918

Private George Atack

Introduction
Gunter, R B N
Durrant, C M
Weston, C G
Kelly, K G
Armitage, G J
Durrant, H M L
Hargreaves, J P
March, G
Dukes, W
Fowler, R
Westerman, H
Kirk, J C
Wiggins, T A
Telford, G
Harper, J W
Alexander, H W
Mason, T F
Wilkinson, W
Brown, C
Adkin, J
Barton, F
Hobman, A
Webster, A E
March, E A
Miller, G
Hannan, E
Utley, G
Walker, F
Bygrave, E W
Chapman, E
Varley, N W
Bowen, F J
Byrom, F
Backhouse, S
Dalby, M
Crossland, A
Crossley, J S
Dean, R
Frost, A E
Hodgson, F H
Holt, J
Hood, W H
Hill, W
Kitchen, T
Linfoot, E
Metcalfe, J C
Marsden, J
Pawson, W
Precious, G
Scutt, T G
Shields,P
Wiggins, J
Walker, E
Wood, A
Young, T
Pratt, W
Taylor, H
Dawson, G W
Lister, J
Binge, T
Atack, G
Durham, E F
Precious, G R
Wheelhouse Smith, W
Backhouse, H
Swann, J W
Burnsides, G A
Coles, W
Kelly, H W
Miles, J G
Tapsell, K
Acknowledgements
Dardanelles

266985
2/5th Battalion, Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment)
Died 27th November 1917, age 19

Cemetery : Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, Nord, France
Grave Reference or Panel Number : Panel 6 and 7

Son of Joseph and Elizabeth Atack, of 1, Sandringham Terrace, Wetherby, West Yorkshire.

George was born at Newton Kyme, near Tadcaster in 1898 to parents Joseph, a Horseman, and Elizabeth Atack, the family residing at Saint Helen's Grange Farm Cottages.
Moving to Wetherby at some stage after 1901, by 1911 the family are recorded as residing at Upper Cliffe Terrace.