We're sharing group photographs on here of men from the Duke of Wellington's Regiment, simply because a great many local men served with this regiment.
If you have any similar photographs we'd be very pleased to add them to this page. Please get in touch through our Contact page to do this.
Naturally, the same applies if you spot anyone who you can identify!
Many of these photographs are scans from the private collection of our friend Stewart Wright of Haworth and we will be forever grateful to him for giving us access to them.
Photograph 17 is from the Herbert A. France Archive BK424, which is held at Keighley Library.
Third from left, back row is Private Charles Lowndes.
Fifth from left, back row is Joseph William Tatton.
Laid on floor at front left is Private Isaiah Sanders.
Laid on floor at front right is Private Joseph Hudson.
The soldier on the right is believed to be Private W. H. Pearson of Denholme who may also have served with the West Yorkshire Regiment.
Private Wilfrid Harrison of Haworth is on the left side of the photo above, killed in action on 20th January 1917.
The soldier on the right is believed to be Private Tom Garthwaite of Cross Roads who was taken prisoner.
The soldier seated at left is Private Joe Chaplin of Haworth, gassed and wounded in September 1917.
This photograph was taken at Catterick in 1931.
Written in chalk on the spades, it reads 'THE KNUTS' and 'Off to France little fishes'
The board in front reads 'A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL' Notably the soldier standing second from left has a black button which is a sign of mourning, as is what appears to be a black armband on the soldier standing at the right side. They all look very happy and the two lads seated have cigars in their hands.
Overleaf is written in pencil 'Xmas 1917 Arras, France.' Also the name 'Tommy Chapman' in pencil. Another name, 'Tommy Clarke, 6 DWR of Prince Street Haworth' which is a modern addition written in biro pen. No indication which soldiers these names refer to.
The man in the front row, second from the right (note the arrow) is Private Stephen Tatham of Keighley. He survived service at Gallipoli and was killed in action on 11th August 1917 near Langemarck.