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Vaulx Hill Cemetery, Ref II H 13
Vaulx Hill Cemetery, Ref II H 13
Status: Not yet located; Name: AUTY, SAMUEL
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Private
Regiment: King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Unit Text: 2nd/4th Bn.
Age: 20
Date of Death: 02/09/1918
Service No: 52663
Additional information: Son of Grace Auty, of 55, Westerton, West Ardsley, Dewsbury, and the late Jesse Auty.
Grave/Memorial Reference: II. H. 13.
Cemetery: VAULX HILL CEMETERY
 
 
452
Violet Amy Auty
Violet Amy Auty
 
 
453
Vis-En-Artois Memorial, panel 10
Vis-En-Artois Memorial, panel 10
Status: Not yet located; Name: AUTY, LOUIS H.
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Serjeant
Regiment: London Regt (City of London Rifles)
Unit Text: (2855). 6th Bn.
Date of Death: 28/08/1918
Service No: 348111
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 10
Cemetery: VIS-EN-ARTOIS MEMORIAL  
 
454
Vis-En-Artois Memorial, panel 5
Vis-En-Artois Memorial, panel 5
Status: Not yet located; OTTEY, ARTHUR
Rank: Private
Service No: 241478
Date of Death: 22/08/1918
Age: 23
Regiment/Service: Leicestershire Regiment, 7th Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 5.
Memorial: VIS-EN-ARTOIS MEMORIAL
Additional Information:
Son of Samuel Thomas Ottey and Sarah J. Ottey, of 34, Orchard St., Ibstock, Leicester. 
 
455
Watchful Mother by Charles Auty
Watchful Mother by Charles Auty
Works on Paper, 1885
(IMAGE TO FIND) 
 
456
Wath upon Dearne, All Saints - MI 01
Wath upon Dearne, All Saints - MI 01
Status: Located; SACRED
To the Memory of
Olive Daughter of
William and Ann AWTY
Who died March 8th 1822 aged 2 years
Also the above William Awty
Who died July 22nd 1826 aged 38 years
Also John their son, who died
April 6th 1837, aged 22 years.
Also William Gill Awty their son,
Who died May 28th 1841
Aged 18 years
Also Hannah wife of Henry Kelly,
and daughter of the above who died
April 14th 1842 aged 26 years 
 
457
Wath upon Dearne, All Saints - MI 02
Wath upon Dearne, All Saints - MI 02
Status: Located; (stone is inscribed in 2 sections)
Here
(1st section)
Lieth interred the
Body of Thomas
Inman of Melton
Who departed this
Life April 27th 1797
Aged 83 years
(2nd section)
Lieth interred the
Body of Foljambe
The son of George
And Ann Awty who
Died in his infancy
Also near this place
Lieth interred the
Body of Ann the Wife
Of George Awty
And daughter of Thomas
Inman who departed
This life the 23rd day
Of August in the year
O our Lord 1807
Aged 64 years
Also the above
Named George Awty
who departed this
life the 20th day
of May 1815
aged 72 years 
 
458
Wedding of Clement Auty & Annie Pinder
Wedding of Clement Auty & Annie Pinder
 
 
459
Wedding of Cyril Auty & Florence May Price 1944
Wedding of Cyril Auty & Florence May Price 1944
 
 
460
Wedding of Dick Auty & Doreen Henry, November 1939
Wedding of Dick Auty & Doreen Henry, November 1939
Joseph Richard "Dick" Auty was a former England national rugby league player, and Doreen Henry a renowned jazz and dance band singer 
 
461
Wedding of Eddy Morgan & Joan Auty
Wedding of Eddy Morgan & Joan Auty
 
 
462
Werribee Cemetery - MI LI 19
Werribee Cemetery - MI LI 19
Status: Located; AWTY
In Memory Of
Beatreice May
8.11.1914 - 5.12.1977
&
Thomas Edward
26.06.1912 - 22.06.2002

Parents of 13 Children 
 
463
Whitney Passenger Station
Whitney Passenger Station
Whitney Passenger Station, Oxfordshire by Joe Auty (1923-1992) 
 
464
Will of Benjamin Auty - Passed 24th May 1833
Will of Benjamin Auty - Passed 24th May 1833
Benjamin Auty of Daw Green, Dewsbury, Blanket Maker
Died 26 Dec 1832 
 
465
Will of Benjamin Awty - Passed 7th September 1799
Will of Benjamin Awty - Passed 7th September 1799
of Daw Green, Dewsbury, Blanket Maker
died 1st May 1799 
 
466
Will of George Auty - Passed 3 May 1832
Will of George Auty - Passed 3 May 1832
Of Fall Lane Gate, Dewsbury
Blanket Maker
Died 13 March 1832 
 
467
William Auty
William Auty
 
 
468
William Auty
William Auty
 
 
469
William Edmund Auty - Confectioner
William Edmund Auty - Confectioner
 
 
470
William Henry Auty retirement 1940
William Henry Auty retirement 1940
Article in the newspaper 20 Nov 1940,regarding the retirement of William Henry Auty 
 
471
Wombwell Cemetery -  Con 10/725
Wombwell Cemetery - Con 10/725
Status: Missing; No stone found

Alice Mary Aughty
Died 30 Nov 1875
Buried 2 Dec 1875
24 days
 
 
472
Wombwell Cemetery -  Con CPG (common paupers grave?)
Wombwell Cemetery - Con CPG (common paupers grave?)
Status: Unmarked; No stone found

Florrie Auty
Died 31 Oct 1914
Buried 2 Nov 1914
 
 
473
Wombwell Cemetery -  N/C 13/2670
Wombwell Cemetery - N/C 13/2670
Status: Located; No stone found, but flower holder with initials B.E.A. at expected position

Bruce Edgar Auty
Died 17 Feb 1955
Buried 19 Feb 1955
Age 67
Florrie Auty
Died 21 April 1961
Buried 24 Apr 1961
Age 69
 
 
474
Wombwell Cemetery -  U/C 1/5608
Wombwell Cemetery - U/C 1/5608
Status: Located; Bed Style
Top
In Loving Memory of George
The beloved husband of Edith Awty
Who died May 22nd 1922
Aged 27 Years “At Rest”
Right side
Also G W W Awty
Died Feb 4th 1962
Aged 91 years
Left Side
Also Adeline Awty
Died Nov 27th 1963
Aged 92 years 
 
475
Wombwell Cemetery -  U/C 3/3285
Wombwell Cemetery - U/C 3/3285
Status: Unmarked; No stone found

John Auty
Died 12 Jul 1910
Buried 15 Jul 1910
14 months old
22 Orchard Street 
 
476
Wombwell Cemetery -  U/C 3/4151
Wombwell Cemetery - U/C 3/4151
Status: Unmarked; No stone found
George Auty
Died 22 Jun 1885
Buried 24 Jun 1885
Aged 69
Sarah Auty
Died 24 May 1899
Buried 28 May 1899
Aged 81
Of Wombwell Main
 
 
477
Woodkirk Church Parish Choir c1930's
Woodkirk Church Parish Choir c1930's
Joseph Auty is next to the right hand end of the front row [not the three choirboys]. the three ladies in the centre are all his sisters. L to R Doris Mary,Doreen and Marion Audrey.
Next to Joseph at the end is Jesse Broadbent who married the eldest sister Louisa Ann. 2nd from the left on the front row is Ronald Ayres who married another sister Sarah Kathleen.
Extreme left on the centre row is Leonard Gillbanks who married Doris Mary.
Also 3rd from left on the front is Arnold Rhodes and extreme right on the centre is his brother Ben Rhodes, their mother was Agnes Auty who married Cain Rhodes. 
 
478
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 1010
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 1010
Status: Located; In Loving Memory Of
Edgar,
beloved husband of
Frances Ann Auty,
died 11th Oct 1959 aged 75 years.
Also the above named
Frances Ann Auty
died 13th Feb 1969, aged 83 years.

Stone Mason Teale 
 
479
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 109
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 109
Status: Located; In Memory Of
Edward Auty of West Ardsley
Who Departed This Life
October 9th 1837
Aged 74 years.
Also Sally Wife of the
above said Edward Auty
Who Departed This Life
May 3rd 1839 aged 78 years 
 
480
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 110
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 110
Status: Located; Chest Tomb (broken)
Here lieth the Body of
William Awty late of Tingley
moor who departed this life
the 17th day of Jul 1765 In the
78th year of his Age
Also Ann Wife to the above
said William Awty who died
the 23rd day of May 1739
aged 49 years 
 
481
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 1105
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 1105
Status: Located; To the dear memory of
Albert
beloved husband of Jane Auty
died Dec 10 1946 aged 62 yrs.
Also Jane
beloved wife of the above
died Jun 6 1962 aged 79 yrs. 
 
482
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 1120
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 1120
Status: Located; In Loving Memory Of
Elsie Auty
fell asleep Dec 5th 1942
aged 42
beloved & only dau of
Rowland & Emma Auty.
Also The Above named
Emma Auty
Died 8th Aug 1959
aged 85 yrs.
At rest
Also the above named Rowland Auty
Died Feb 29th 1968 aged 94 Years 
 
483
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 1200
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 1200
Status: Located; In Loving Memory Of
Jane Auty
A beloved wife & mother
died 14th Dec 1972
aged 81 years.
Also Jim Auty
beloved husband Of the above
died 17th April 1975
aged 83 years.
"Reunited"
 
 
484
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 1200 (full)
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 1200 (full)
Status: Located; In Loving Memory Of
Jane Auty
A beloved wife & mother
died 14th Dec 1972
aged 81 years.
Also Jim Auty
beloved husband Of the above
died 17th April 1975
aged 83 years.
"Reunited"
 
 
485
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 1258
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 1258
Status: Located; In
Loving Memory Of
a dear husband
Harold Auty
who departed this life 15th Dec 1955
Aged 72 years
Also Lucy
Beloved wife of the above
Who departed this life 21st July
1968
aged 79 years
"Reunited"
"At Rest" 
 
486
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 317
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 317
Status: Located; Sacred To the Memory Of
Dinah wife of John Auty of this Parish
died 1.. Dec 1852 aged 35 yrs
"Farewell Dear husband now life is past.
So long to you my love did last.
But for me no sorrow make.
But Love my children for my sake."
Also Elizabeth dau Of the above
died 21 Jul 1853 aged 7 mth.
Also The Above said John Auty
died 18 Mar 1864 aged 46 yrs. 
 
487
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 509
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 509
Status: Located; In Loving Memory Of
Elizabeth
the beloved wife of
Solomon Auty
died 24 May 1889
aged 53 years.

Also their son
John Auty
died 21 Jan 1887
aged 24 years.

Also The Above
Solomon Auty
died 5 Dec 1897
aged 62 years. 
 
488
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 535
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 535
Status: Located; In Loving Memory Of
Robert Auty
beloved husband of Eliza Auty
died April 14 1932 aged 72 years.
Also Eliza Auty beloved wife of the above
died March 16 1941 aged 78 years.
"Reunited" 
 
489
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 545
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 545
Status: Located; In Remembrance Of
CHARLES AUTY
Born 18 Apr 1861 Died 17 Jun 1918
Also JANE wife of the aforesaid
Born 4 Jun 1858 died 3 Jun 1933
Also JAMES HERBERT their son
Born 8 Jul 1886 Died in his 6th yr. 
 
490
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 646
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 646
Status: Located; In Loving Memory Of
Amos Auty
of Tingley, West Ardsley.
who died February 27 1894
aged 44 years.
Also Sophia Ann
wife Of the above
who died Nov 13th 1926
aged 79 years.
"Died in Peace"
 
 
491
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 673
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 673
Status: Located; In Loving Memory Of
Joseph Auty died 18 May 1899.
Also Ann his wife died 27 Feb 1910.
Also Sarah Ann their dau died 19 Mar 1946. 
 
492
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 746
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 746
Status: Located; In Loving Memory Of
George Auty who died Nov 16th 1924, Aged 76 years.
Also Fredrick Caius Auty
grandson of the above
died Jan 22nd 1912, Aged 18 mth.
Also Hannah, wife of
the above named George Auty
who died Nov 24th 1926, in her 86th year.
Also Elizabeth beloved wife of
George Abraham Auty
died Dec 31st 1939, Aged 57 years.
Also George Abraham Auty
died June 8th 1950, Aged 76 years.
On surrounding curb stones.
May Abigail Auty
died 20th Oct 1999 aged 85 Years 
 
493
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 759
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 759
Status: Located; To
the dear memory of
Ada
beloved wife of the late John Auty
who died Feb 21st 1929
aged 68 years.
Also
Sarah
beloved sister of the above
who died Jun 24th 1912
aged 44 years.
Also
Nancy
beloved mother of the above
who died Jan 6th 1918
aged 78 years.
"At Rest"
 
 
494
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 809
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 809
Status: Located; In Loving Memory Of
Jesse beloved husband of Grace Auty
died 6 Aug 1916 aged 49 yrs.
"When a father breaths his last farewell
The stone? Means more than words can tell"
Also Of the above Grace who was accidentally killed
4 Aug 1938 aged 70 yrs.
"Reunited"
 
 
495
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 826
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI 826
Status: Located; In Loving Memory Of
a dear mother & father
Louisa Auty
who died Oct 21st 1924
aged 49 years.
and Walter Auty
who died Oct 27th 1948
aged 68 yrs.

Mason, A & W Jowett
 
 
496
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI V1
Woodkirk, St Mary - MI V1
Status: Located; Treasured Memory Of
A dearly loved Husband
Dad and Grandad
ERNEST AUTY M.B.E.
Died 22nd Jan 1999
Aged 75 years 
 
497
Wormald & Walkers engineers c 1906
Wormald & Walkers engineers c 1906
Image fro the Dewsbury Reporter nostalgia column of group of men leaving for a trip from outside the White Hart in Dewsbury which was on Thornhill Road by the Cleggford Bridge over the River Calder.

They were engineers, blacksmiths and mechanics, who had been involved in installing a new engine at Wormald & Walkers mill which was named “Daisy”.
They are pictured in 1906 setting off on a celebration trip to Dunford Reservoir, which in those days supplied Dewsbury with its main water supply.
They are:Walter Gibson, John Auty, Mr Hinchcliffe, Abe Harper, Mr Crawshaw Jnr, Mr Crawshaw Snr, Jack Hemingway, Tom Fletcher, Joe Talbot, Jack Mitchell, Alf Brook, John Richard Lunt, William Cox, Fred Smith, Billy Littlewood, Tom Parr and Bill Swift.
The man seen standing by the horses was Willie Watkinson.
 
 
498
WW1 1914 Star
WW1 1914 Star
Established in April 1917.
Also known as 'Pip' or the 'Mons Star'.
This bronze medal award was authorized by King George V in April 1917 for those who had served in France or Belgium between 5th August 1914 to midnight on 22nd November 1914 inclusive. The award was open to officers and men of the British and Indian Expeditionary Forces, doctors and nurses as well as Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Royal Navy Reserve and Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve who served ashore with the Royal Naval Division in France or Belgium.
A narrow horizontal bronze clasp sewn onto the ribbon, bearing the dates '5th AUG. - 22nd NOV. 1914' shows that the recipient had actually served under fire of the enemy during that period. For every seven medals issued without a clasp there were approximately five issued with the clasp.

Recipients who received the medal with the clasp were also entitled to attach a small silver heraldic rose to the ribbon when just the ribbon was being worn.
The reverse is plain with the recipient's service number, rank, name and unit impressed on it.
It should be remembered that recipients of this medal were responsible for assisting the French to hold back the German army while new recruits could be trained and equipped. Collectively, they fully deserve a great deal of honour for their part in the first sixteen weeks of the Great War. This included the battle of Mons, the retreat to the Seine, the battles of Le Cateau, the Marne, the Aisne and the first battle of Ypres. There were approximately 378,000 1914 Stars issued 
 
499
WW1 1914-15 Star
WW1 1914-15 Star
Established in December 1918.

Also known as 'Pip'.
This bronze medal was authorized in 1918. It is very similar to the 1914 Star but it was issued to a much wider range of recipients. Broadly speaking it was awarded to all who served in any theatre of war against Germany between 5th August 1914 and 31st December 1915, except those eligible for the 1914 Star. Similarly, those who received the Africa General Service Medal or the Sudan 1910 Medal were not eligible for the award.
Like the 1914 Star, the 1914-15 Star was not awarded alone. The recipient had to have received the British War Medal and the Victory Medal. The reverse is plain with the recipient's service number, rank, name and unit impressed on it.
An estimated 2.4 million of these medals were issued. 
 
500
WW1 Allied Victory Medal
WW1 Allied Victory Medal
Also known as 'Wilfred'
It was decided that each of the allies should each issue their own bronze victory medal with a similar design, similar equivalent wording and identical ribbon.
The British medal was designed by W. McMillan. The front depicts a winged classical figure representing victory.
Approximately 5.7 million victory medals were issued. Interestingly, eligibility for this medal was more restrictive and not everyone who received the British War Medal ('Squeak') also received the Victory Medal ('Wilfred'). However, in general, all recipients of 'Wilfred' also received 'Squeak' and all recipients of 'Pip' also received both 'Squeak' and 'Wilfred'.
The recipient's service number, rank, name and unit was impressed on the rim. 
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