ARMY. NAVY and AIR FORCE
Robinson E. D. to Young J E.
Bombardments 1914 and 1917.
BEAL A. to PICKUP T.T.
BENNETT J. to SCOTT E.
BARNES G.J. RYALL, S.J.S. WARD, J.C.H.
APPLEBY, R.J. to WILLIAMSON, J.H.
Esther Wynn McLAUGHLIN. Nurse VAD. Born 1893 Pietermaritzburg
South Africa. 1911 residing with her parents at 39 Manor Road, Scarborough, Yorkshire. Died 11 December 1918 aged 25
Died of influenza in Scarborough 11 December 1918 aged 25. Manor Road Cemetery, Scarborough. Her sister Ester also fell
Maria Mary McLAUGHLIN. Nurse VAD. Born 1897 in Agra, India. 1911 residing with her parents at 39 Manor Road, Scarborough, Yorkshire. Died of influenza in Scarborough 17 December 1918 aged 21. Manor Road Cemetery, Scarborough. Her sister Ester also fell
Edith Pattie SELLORS. VAD Nursing. Born 1876 at Belper, Derbyshire.
1881 residing with her grandparents, John and Martha Sellor at Chapel Street, Belper. 1901 with her aunt Sarah W Gough at Throxenby, near Scarborough, Yorkshire Died of Influenza at Scarborough, Yorkshire 21 November 1918 aged 41 She is at rest Dean Road and Manor Road Cemetery, Scarborough.
Edith Elizabeth TAYLOR. Nurse VAD. Born 1869, Scarborough, Yorkshire to John William Taylor, M.D. 1881 residing with her parents and siblings at 34 Queen Street, Scarborough, Yorkshire. 1891 with her parents and siblings at Rothsay House, Prince of Wales Road, Scarborough. Died of septic pneumonia at Scarborough 5 June 1917 aged 47. At rest in St Martin’s Churchyard, Scarborough, North Yorkshire.
Following extract credited to https://lwf.web.ox.ac.uk/people/edith-elizabeth-taylor
The following was published in the Yorkshire Evening Post on 8 June 1917 regarding her death:
SCARBOROUGH NURSE BURIED WITH MILITARY HONOURS
A Scarborough Red Cross Nurse, Miss Edith E. Taylor, daughter of the late John William Taylor and Mrs. Taylor, Rothsay House, Prince of Wales Terrace, who died of septic pneumonia contracted from a patient whilst she was in charge of a military hospital at Scarborough, was accorded military honours at her funeral, which took place at Scarborough this afternoon. The coffin was covered with a Union Jack, and was borne by a number of soldiers. Officers and non-commissioned officers of the different branches of His Majesty’s forces were represented, as well as sections of the Red Cross, the St. John Nursing Division, and the St. John Ambulance Division. A fully choral service was held at St. Martin’s Church, the officiating clergy being the Rev. St. Clair Topper, vicar, and the Rev. Cecil Cooper, vicar of Scarborough. Like her father, who was formerly Medical Officer of Health for Scarborough, deceased practically died in harness. (Yorkshire Evening Post, 8 June 1917)