|Alfred Utley is remembered on the Utley family gravestone|
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Photograph by Brian Yarham
Lives of The First World War
Grave Location and Inscription:
Treasured / Memories Of / Mary Hannah / the dearly loved wife of / Harry Cecil Utley / who died January 20th 1936 / aged 63 years / also Alfred Utley / son of the above / killed in action in France / April 10th 1918, aged 19 years / Milton's Paradise Lost / Grace was in their steps, / Heaven in their eyes! / In every gesture dignity and love! / Spohr's Last Judgment /--Music Stave-- / Blest are the de - part - ed who in the Lord are sleep - ing / Mendelssohn's Elijah / -- Music Staves -- / O rest in the Lord / also the above named / Harry Cecil Utley / who fell asleep / September 24th 1948 / aged 79 years / Re-united.
Alfred Utley is also remembered on the Barnsley, Holgate Grammar School Old Boys - Memorial WW1 and on the Hoyland War Memorial, West Street and Kirk Balk, Hoyland
Alfred Utley is remembered on the war memorial at Ploegsteert and commemorated on on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.