|The family gravestone of Albert and Ernest Clifford Vaughton|
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Lives of the First World War - Albert Vaughton
Lives of the First World War - Ernest Vaughton
Photograph by Pete Schofield
Grave Location and Inscription:
In Loving Memory Of / Lc. Cpl. Albert Vaughton / K.O.Y.L.I., killed in France / Sep. 25th 1916, aged 23 years / also Pt. Ernest Clifford / Vaughton, Y&L / wounded in France same day / died Jan. 24th 1917 / aged 21 years / the beloved sons of James & / Mary Vaughton, of Penistone / also the above / James Vaughton / died May 9th 1930 / aged 75 years / also the above / Mary Vaughton / died Feb. 13th 1946 / aged 86 years.
Albert and Ernest Clifford Vaughton are remembered on the Penistone Memorial Lady Chapel St Johns Church Penistone and the Penistone Royal British Legion WW1 Memorial Plaque and on the Penistone War Memorial Market Place Penistone
Albert Vaughton is buried in the Guards Cemetery Lesboeufs and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.
Ernest Clifford Vaughton is buried in the Stottercliffe Cemetery, Penistone and commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
BWMP # PEN08/05