|Place of Birth||Ingleton|
|Previous Service Number(s)||2132|
|Regiment or Corps||King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)|
|Previous Regiment(s) or Corps|
|Type of Casualty (If applicable)||Died of Wounds|
|Theatre of War (If applicable)||Western European Theatre|
|Date of Death (If applicable)||24/04/1915|
|Place of Death (If applicable)||France and FLanders|
|Place of Burial/Commemoration (If applicable)||Poperinghe Old Military Cemetery|
|Grave/Memorial Reference (If applicable)||II. K. 28.|
|Awards and Decorations||-|
|Supplementary Notes||Commissioned 31/01/1916.|
Died at No. 3 Casualty Clearing Station.
Son of the late Mr and Mrs A.S. Kirk, of Greenwood Leghe, Ingleton.