|King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry||43154||9th Battalion|
Hector was born in 1893, the son of police inspector John McLarty, a Scotsman, and his wife Ellen. Hector was born in Willington near Derby but in 1911 the family were living at Plaistow Green, Crich. Hector was killed on 20th September 1918 aged twenty-five and is buried at Five Points Cemetery, Lechelle, near Arras.
Medal Roll Index Card
He was awarded the Victory and British War Medals.
|Regiment/Service||King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry|
|Date of Death||20/09/18|
|Additional Information||Son of John and Ellen McLarty, of High House Farm, Walton, Chesterfield|
|Casualty type||Commonwealth War Dead|
|Grave/Memorial Reference||B. 19.|
|Cemetery||FIVE POINTS CEMETERY, LECHELLE|
Soldiers' Effects Book
Hector McLarty; 9th Bn KOYLI; L/Cpl 3154; died in France 20.9.18; War Gratuity £10 10s 0d; paid out to:
29.1.19 father John £21 1s 6d
17.2.19 father John £10 10s 0d
1901: Cross St. Long Eaton
RG13 piece 3209 folio 114 page 2
1911: Plaistow Green, Crich
|Thirza||McLarty||sister||20||Housekeeper and dairy maid||Willington|
|George||Jackson||grandfather (wdwr)||78||Retired farmer||Bestwood|
RG14PN20985 RG78PN1251 RD436 SD4 ED14 SN145
1918 Voters List
Hector McLarty, Plaistow Green, absent on military service.