||Nothing is known of the four Wilkinson brothers which is good news, it should mean that all four survived the war.
Unfortunately we do have information about Alec Lee.
Alec Lee ...
Death Date: 31 Jul 1917
Death Location: France & Flanders
Enlistment Location: Halifax
Regiment: Machine Gun Corps
Type of Casualty: Died of wounds
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre
V. C. 15.
Cemetery: PERTH CEMETERY (CHINA WALL) Belgium.
Additional Information: Son of Joseph Lee, of 13, Hawthorn Crescent, Yeadon, Leeds, Yorks, and the late Annie Lee.
Again we have no information on the two Gooder boys which means that they must have survived the war, unfortunately we do have information on Fred Verity:
Service No: 40595...
Date of Death: 22/10/1917
Regiment/Service: King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 9th Bn.
Panel Reference: Panel 108 to 111.
Memorial: TYNE COT MEMORIAL
Additional Information: Son of the late Thomas and Mary Verity.
I am happy to say that we are not able to find any information on Zac Rudley, Charles Darnbrough, Fred Dunwell or Frank Saville.
This should mean that these boys survived the war and came home.
I am happy to say that there is no information on either Wilfred Pratt or Walter Slater which should mean that these sailors survived the war and came back home to Rawdon and Yeadon.
Unfortunately we do have some detail on Telegraphist Edmund Stead
Rank: Ordinary Telegraphist
Service No: J/35189
Date of Death: 05/06/1916
Regiment/Service: Royal Navy. H.M.S. "Hampshire."
Panel Reference: 15.
Memorial: PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL
Son of Arthur and Rachel Stead
Birth Date: 29 Oct 1898
Birth Place: Otley, Yorks
Cause of Death: Killed or died as a direct result of enemy action
Location of Grave: Not recorded
Name and Address of Cemetery: Body Not Recovered For Burial
Relatives Notified and Address: Mother: Rachael, 12 Morton Terrace, Guiseley, Leeds Father, Arthur, 5 Beamsley Place, Burley, Leeds
Rachel Ann Stead, of 3, Beamsley Place, Burley, Leeds. Native of Otley, Yorks
Edmund was killed by mine explosion off the Orkneys.See more
Wm. P. Marshall - Donald Slater - William Brown.
Very happy to say that there is no information on these boys so it looks as if they all three made it back home after the war.
Just as a matter of interest here ...is the census entry for Donald Slater 5 years earlier when he was 12 years old.
Age in 1911: 12
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1899
Relation to Head: Son
Birth Place: Yeadon, Yorkshire, England
Street Address: 144 High Street Yeadon Nr Leeds
Registration District: Wharfedale
Registration District Number: 491
Sub-registration District: Yeadon
ED, institution, or vessel: 15
Household Members: Name Age
James Edwin Slater
Sarah Ellen Slater
Adeline Elizth Slater